Hello, Write Edge readers! I’ve posted my newest book review. Today I share my thoughts on Immoral Code by debut author Lillian Clark. Here’s the start to my post:
A group of teenagers take revenge on a parent when his indifference prevents one of them from going to college. As the friends navigate their elaborate plan, their relationships will reach new junctures. They’ll also have to decide whether their anger is worth risking all of their futures. Debut author Lillian Clark brings to her story five relatable protagonists in the mostly enjoyable novel Immoral Code.
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Hello, Write Edge readers! I’ve posted my latest book review for you. Today I share my thoughts on The Girls at 17 Swann Street by debut author Yara Zgheib. Here’s the opening to my review:
A ballerina allows herself to be admitted to a facility for the treatment of eating disorders after collapsing. As she meets and gets to know the other girls in the facility, she gains strength from their stories and learns to reevaluate her own body image. Author Yara Zgheib’s debut novel takes readers inside the mind in heartbreaking detail of a person suffering from anorexia but misses the mark on the story level in her first book The Girls at 17 Swann Street.
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