SPOTLIGHT ON… Jodi Picoult, part 4

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A MOTHER-DAUGHTER AFFAIR:

International bestselling author Jodi Picoult and her daughter Samantha van Leer team up to create a classic fairy tale with a uniquely modern twist about a girl who crosses the border between reality and fantasy in a perilous search for her own happy ending.

Between the Lines

What happens when happily ever after … isn’t?

Delilah hates school as much as she loves books. In fact, there’s one book in particular she can’t get enough of. If anyone knew how many times she has read and re-read the sweet little fairy tale she found in the library, especially the popular kids, she’d be sent to social Siberia … forever. To Delilah, though, this fairy tale is more than just words on the page. Sure, there’s a handsome (well, okay, hot) prince, and a castle, and an evil villain, but it feels as if there’s something deeper going on. And one day, Delilah finds out there is. Turns out, this Prince Charming is real, and a certain fifteen-year-old loner has caught his eye. But they’re from two different worlds, and how can it ever possibly work?

“Prolific and bestselling author Picoult teams up with her teenage daughter to pen a clever YA romance about the magical relationship between a loner and her fictional “Prince Charming.” …Elements from Picoult’s other novels—alternating character viewpoints with distinguishing fonts, snappy chapter endings—are present, and the story is peppered with pop culture references to The Hunger Games, the Kindle Fire, and the X-Men, as well as comic relief in the form of characters like a talking horse that thinks it has a weight problem. …Readers will be swept up by the romantic premise” —Publisher’s Weekly

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1 Comment on SPOTLIGHT ON… Jodi Picoult, part 4

  1. Between the lines, where not one of my favourite. I was missing Jodi

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