PREPUBLICATION REVIEW of Advanced Reader Copy by Sweksha
Review Date: June 23, 2021 - Publish Date: July 6, 2021
Summer in the City of Roses by Michelle Ruiz Keil
Summer in the City of Roses is a young adult fiction novel written by Michelle Ruiz Keil. This story is inspired by a famous greek myth about Iphigenia and a grimm fairytale about her younger brother, Orestes. This novel follows the events after the two siblings are torn apart, plus their struggle to find each other again in early 1990’s Portland.
Summer in the City of Roses
Michelle Ruiz Keil
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PRE-PUBLICATION Review of Advanced Reader Copy by Samyukta
Review Date: June 16, 2021 - Publish Date: August 3, 2021
Mercury Boys by Chandra Prasad
Mercury Boys by Chandra Prasad was an enthralling read. This book was filled with twists and turns that kept the reader hooked throughout the story. Mercury Boys combined high school life with a little bit of magic and history, creating a thrilling book. It features the main character, Saskia Brown, who moved across the country to Coventon, Connecticut. One night, she accidentally discovered something that could change her life. She found that a daguerreotype, one of the oldest forms of pictures, when mixed with mercury, could create a way to travel to the past.
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PRE-PUBLICATION Review of Advanced Reader Copy by William
Review Date: June 10, 2021 - Publish Date: June 15, 2021
Indestructible Object by Mary McCoy
Indestructible Object by Mary McCoy is a heartfelt story about love, relationships, and self-reflection. The book is narrated by Lee Swan, a recent High School graduate who has a podcast with her boyfriend, Vincent. After a break-up, however, Lee goes her own way, starting another podcast in which she explores her parents’ marriage. Throughout this exploration, Lee not only discovers hidden secrets about her family, but also forms new relationships along the way and learns more about herself.
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