French easy reader. What would you do if a person you hate is suddenly in danger? Fama doesn’t need much time to think it over. Would you? A good read for. Fama va en Californie by Blaine Ray. The second reader in this series of original novels for French students. Premier niveau – Livre B. Get this from a library! Fama va en Californie. [Blaine Ray; Victoria Reynolds; Gloria Simpson; Susan Gross; Missy Freeman; Blaine Ray Workshops.; Command.

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It’s a great book for people who are newer to the French language and are interested in reading a novel.

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Fama va en Californie by Blaine Ray

I didn’t like this book very much so I wouldn’t recommend it to anyone. Jan 24, Caleb Ells rated it did not like it. Nov 11, Aurora Lagace rated it really liked it.

Want to Read saving…. It was very poorly written and it was annoying. She comes from a typical family and goes to a typical school. Nov 26, Joannw Joanne rated it it was amazing. Lastly, when Debbie visits Mauritania, that is when Jesus returns to It’s very hard to rate a book of such extreme depth and beauty. I have a telephone, all you have is a gun!


The second novel in this series of original readers for French students. By chance, Fama finds Debbie in a dangerous situation and acts quickly to rescue her.

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This book is not yet featured on Listopia. To ask other readers questions about Fama va en Californieplease sign up. I wasn’t particularly keen on the latter part of this particular story I don’t want to give away gama spoilers hereor the overt political correctness that ebbs throughout the series so far, but it’s still good to finish a book califrnie in French in one reading without needing to refer to a dictionary.

Debbie est un fille sensatio Fama va en Caleforine by Blaine Ray. About 70 pages of terrible. I can’t say anything more because I will be spoiling since the This book was the worst book I have ever read. I enjoyed this book but it wasn’t well thought out.

Sep 28, Hannah FreeInFiction rated it it was ok. I cannot really relate to this book because we’ve grown up in a community where diversity is all around califprnie. To view it, click here.

Fama va en Californie

Jan 25, Olivia Noonan rated it it was amazing. Although this book’s plot can be confusing at times, it is still interesting to read. Paperback0 pages. Link for continuation of story: None of the characters have any idea what they are doing.

This book was about a girl named Fama who lives Mauritiannie. Open Preview See a Problem? Fama va en Californie by Blaine Ray. It makes so little sense and has so many plotholes.


Fama is as boring as they come, with little no substance to her character what so ever. Feb 03, Emily Gerard rated it it was ok. Jan 20, Amelia Geesler rated it it was ok. The book was mainly about a girl name Debby Martin who bullied Fama.

Dec 07, audrey rated it liked it Shelves: It was a fun book. Also I had a lot of pointless parts that did not fit into the story at all. Theres barely a plot and the logic this story follows is non-existent.

Sep 29, Charlotte Gehrs rated it liked it Shelves: Blaine Ray didn’t realize that I was bored of the Bible by page 8. This was book was very enjoyable to read because first of all it was in another language, French. If you enjoy life, this book is for you. This is obviously meant to be loosely representing the story of Jesus. Fama was from an African country. Vera rated it did not like it Feb 13, Fama is a very boring characters and so are caoifornie of the characters.