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Thursday, April 10, 2014

TBR 2014: Book No. 11



Yippee! YA! Month rolls on with Nova Ren Suma, one of my favorite new(ish) authors. Her 2011 YA novel Imaginary Girls is luminous and not to be missed. So I'm thrilled to be reading her third novel, 17 & Gone (Dutton Juvenile, 2013). It's about 17-year-old Lauren, haunted by visions of girls who have gone missing. I know it will be fantastic.

"Elegant, riveting, powerful, and poignant, this suspenseful, supernatural tale slips under the skin, inking out a haunting tapestry of menace and madness."  --Libba Bray, bestselling author of The Diviners
"A compelling, skillfully written page-turner."   --Booklist
 "With a complex and intriguing plot, this novel should have no trouble finding readers."  --School Library Journal

Nova is an exquisite writer, blogfrogs! Pick up a copy of 17 & Gone and read along with me.


That's right: I've committed to reading all the books on my TBR Shelf this year--and blogging them! Click here to read the reviews I've posted so far.

2 comments:

  1. This one sounds amazing. I hadn't heard of it, but it's going on my ever-growing TBR list now. You do know, don't you, that your TBR list will never actually be finished?

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  2. Ha, no kidding, Rosi! Too many books isn't such a bad problem to have, though. I'm only hoping to make it through this year's shelf. Next year we'll have a bigger crop!

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