“Both of Me” by Jonathan Frisen

Both of Me by Jonathan Frisen is YA book with a unique concept. Clara is an older teen girl traveling around the globe, fleeing her past when she accidentally switches bags with the airplane passenger sitting next to her--a good looking but aloof guy named Elias who clearly has Autism Spectrum Disorder. When Clara tracks Elias down to …

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“Jupiter Winds” by C.J. Darlington

C.J. Darlington's newest book Jupiter Winds is smart, suspenseful YA--that somehow manages to stay PG. It's Sci Fi reminiscent of Mind-Hold, by the brilliant Wilanne Belden. The hook of Jupiter Winds is that two sisters, Grey and Rin, are fighting for survival on a future Earth controlled by an Amazon-like corporation. Books are ancient history …

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“Destined for Doon” by Carey Corp and Lorie Langdon

Destined for Doon by Carey Corp and Lorie Langdon is the second book I've read in the Doon series. (See my previous review here.) Both books are YA meets Brigadoon the musical. Two modern girls from Indiana, Veronica and Mackenna, are magically transported to the world of Doon where dancing, fashion, evil curses and two …

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