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This book is a total keeper — full of film references, realistic characters, brilliant dialogue and teenspeak, has a strong and likeable voice and is so warm, funny and honest. It also celebrates young women who are smart and not afraid to stand up for themselves extra yay! You have a territory war between townies, boarders and a group of cadets; amazing, well-written and loveable characters and an exciting plot with an older, haunting story woven throughout.
It is also a beautiful coming-of-age tale, has multiple heart-warming and heart-breaking! Read it and you will understand why Melina Marchetta is the undisputed queen of Australian YA literature. After the body of her boss is found in the Red Rotunda at the Natural Museum of History, seventeen year-old Bee is convinced something is amiss and is determined to investigate. Throw in a deliciously nerdy boy, a fangirl of a mother, a summer job in the taxidermy department, and a plot that is full of twists and turns as well as some excellent flirty banter and you have one excellent YA mystery novel on your hands.
A picturesque, beachside tourist town and a summer curse. This is my pick for those who like their YA with a nice side-serving of the paranormal. Karen Healy has written an intriguing, fast-paced and fresh mystery with a dynamic, multicultural cast of characters. Certainly something a little different in the supernatural department, that will provide a refreshing change from the influx of bit-lit books. Thanks so much Steph for the great guest post! I love Aussie YA and I love the sound of all of these books!
I've added Notes from the Teenage Underground to my wish list after reading your rec. If you'd like to write a Summer Spotlight guest post just drop me an email at daisychainbookreviews at gmail dot com.
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It's a big sweeping epic of Greek Myths, dangerous enemies, swoonworthy romance, and all that other fun stuff, making it the perfect summer read! Read on to find out all about the inspiration behind Starcrossed and some sneak peeks into Dreamless, the next book in the Starcrossed trilogy.
Where did you get the inspiration to write such a great story? Well, I was trying to pitch a different idea for a supernatural YA series to my husband who is a screenwriter here in LA. I blew it. The idea was just way too complicated for a first novel, and I confused the heck out of him. He wisely suggested that I start with a simpler idea. I cried my eyes out, but only for about ten minutes. Then I looked at my beloved bookshelf for solace and I found a copy of Romeo and Juliet sitting right next to the Iliad.
I looked at my husband and asked him if anyone had ever tried to do a modern day re-telling of the Iliad set in high school, and focusing on the love story. His eyes lit up and I started outlining. A door closed, but a window opened. I loved the depth of characterization in Starcrossed , and even though there are a lot of characters especially in the Delos family! I felt like I got to know them all. I loved finding out about all their different quirks, character traits and special abilities. Apart from the main characters of Helen and Lucas, who were your favourite secondary characters to write, and why?
Claire is just a hoot. Claire and Hector are my favorite to write, mostly I think because I can really flex my sarcasm muscles with both of them. I love his swagger. Can you tell me anything about him?
Do I sense trouble ahead for our favourite starcrossed pair Helen and Lucas hmmm…? Trouble indeed! Gods, I love that guy.
Speaking of Helen and Lucas, I think readers are going to love their dangerous and forbidden romance. Of course it helps that Lucas is drop dead gorgeous too.
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Can you tell me some of your all-time favourite literary couples? I love how the fight for half their lives and then realize that they are perfect for each other. I love Elizabeth Bennett and Mr. Darcy from Pride and Prejudice. Also another couple who fought bitterly before they realized they were in love.
Wait, I see a pattern here…. Starcrossed left me wanting to know more about Greek Mythology and all its legends. Can you recommend some books for fans of Starcrossed who would like to do some further reading of their own? The myths are just so bizarre and cool-- lots of blood and sex and people turning into flowers or trees or monsters. Starcrossed is on a lot of summer reading lists this year. What books are top of your summer reading list?
I want to read Beauty Queens by Libba Bray. Any sneak peeks as to what happens next? Dreamless is darker, and there is a lot more action.
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All she wants is to turn up the volume on her iPod until all of the demands of family and friends fade away. So she sneaks off to the beach to spend a day by herself.
Then Amber meets Cade. Together they decide to share a perfect day: no pasts, no fears, no regrets. When I first heard of The Day Before by Lisa Schroeder, I was a little wary despite being completely in love with the premise of the book. Her writing is raw, powerful, emotional and real and will enable readers to establish a deep connection with the characters in this book as they learn of the events that have led them to spend one perfect day together before their lives change forever.
I was initially drawn to this book by the synopsis which immediately reminded me of one of my all time favourite movies Before Sunrise , starring Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy. Truly perfect days are a rare thing, filled with simple pleasures, made perfect by the people they are shared with. Amber and Cade meet when they are both trying to experience a day free from worry, free from hurt, free from expectations. I went through a range of emotions while reading this book. Sometimes the right person comes along just when you need them most, and Amber and Cade find solace and understanding in each other as they face that dreaded tomorrow that they never want to arrive.
This book was beautiful in every way, filled with life great characters, special moments and life lessons that made me sit up and listen. As a quick read, this book totally left me wanting more, just like all the best books do.
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Maybe Lisa Schroeder will take inspiration from Before Sunset which revisited the characters from Before Sunrise almost a decade down the line and give us a sequel some time. I, for one, would love to read more! I can't wait to read more from Morgan! I love those playlists! When year-old Jamie arrives on the idyllic New England island of Little Bly to work as a summer au pair, she is stunned to learn of the horror that precedes her. Seeking the truth surrounding a young couple's tragic deaths, Jamie discovers that she herself looks shockingly like the dead girl—and that she has a disturbing ability to sense the two ghosts.
Why is Jamie's connection to the couple so intense? What really happened last summer at Little Bly? As the secrets of the house wrap tighter and tighter around her, Jamie must navigate the increasingly blurred divide between the worlds of the living and the dead. Brilliantly plotted, with startling twists, here is a thrilling page-turner from the award-winning Adele Griffin.