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Girl Detective

That is a stunning cover.

Amy Rea


Even better, the cover represents certain themes within the book.

Patricia

I also loved this book, but I was surprised by your first sentence ... "is yet another YA book." I never considered for a moment that this was a YA book. I am so used to walking into my local bookstore and seeing vampires and werewolves that when I picked this up, the thought never crossed my mind. If THIS is the direction YA fiction is going I applaud the author and the publishers. And I am going back on the list at the library and ordering this one up for my son. Bring on more fiction for teens like this thought-provoking, life-lesson, and in the end uplifting novel.

Amy Rea


Patricia, I may be wrong. I just assumed that a book with a teenaged narrator was YA.

claire

That sounds lovely, I'm putting it on the wish list. I like lump-in-throat YA books. The last time I had the experience was during the recent readathon, with Jerry Spinelli's Stargirl.

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