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This is a hard book to describe. I listened it on audio. If I had been reading it I wouldn't have gotten very far, but I loved the accent of the reader and continued on because I... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Audrey Anderson
A fun read with a romp through the books I read growing up & how they help the protagonist cope.Published 18 days ago by Puck 108
If you love science fiction, you'll love this love-letter to the genre - which is also a fantastic fantasy and coming-of-age story about grief, family, and finding oneself.Published 1 month ago by Paige Swaim-Presley
Don't understand how it won both awards, unless it's because it discusses almost every major si fi writer for last 50 years.Published 1 month ago by Richard
Reviews are mixed for this oddly affecting book. SF purists will find it unsatisfying; those looking for a purely teen-tormented coming-of-age novel will find the descriptions of... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kind Reader
Just a good story loads and loads of science fiction references books to read with a bit of philosophy mixed in.Published 2 months ago by M. Gregory
Gave up on intriguing bits of storyline because they were drowned out by recurrent references to the character's exposure to classic SF works and tedious details of her family... Read morePublished 2 months ago by N. S. Alito
I really enjoyed this book. One of the doctors with whom I work recommended it to me and described it as "Harry Potter, but with girls, less magic and more realistic. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Vanessa L. D.
My complaint about this books is the same reason it won the Hugo. As the presenter stated when announcing the award, yes I was at the ceremony, "how could you think this... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Paul Richard