Tagged with summer camp
Dreams of Significant Girls
This book is weird. It's by an important writer, but it's got a do-nothing cover, a klutzy title and a more typos than usually get past editors. And it's not like it's a small publisher. Simon & Schuster should be able to afford good art and copy editing, right? But also, the novel itself is strangely lightweight. I think Garcia hasn't found her teen audience groove. And maybe Simon & Schuster hasn't found their teen imprint groove yet either.
Born at Midnight
Kylie has is an unidentified supernatural. Is she fae? Descended from the Gods? Why can she see ghosts? So at 16 she’s at a camp full of supes to figure out and perhaps come to embrace her paranormal identity. Along the way, she’s going to need to decide between the potentially rogue werewolf bad boy and the fairy, who is gifted with people able to manipulate and ease feelings in humans and animals.