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An American JK Rowling?


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Initial post: Dec 7, 2008 8:13:38 AM PST
Mark Budman says:
Is Lisa McMann an American JK Rowling in the making? I think so. Do you?

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 11, 2008 10:59:10 AM PST
I love Lisa's work but I think that she is a very different writer from JK Rowling.

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 11, 2008 11:07:58 AM PST
Mark Budman says:
She is. I am talking about her significance for the YA genre.

Posted on Feb 21, 2009 10:53:26 AM PST
T. EIB says:
Her significance for the young adult genre is nothing compared to Rowling's significance for every genre...kids, teens, adults... they all flock to the Potter series and not just because of all the hype but because her writing and story telling is beyond any author in recent history. McMann's writing is good but not great or in the case of J.k. Rowling...epic!

Posted on Mar 7, 2009 8:03:14 AM PST
Yeah, I have to agree with the above post. J.K. Rowling appeals to all audiences, but I don't think Lisa McMann does. Her writing is a lot less strong and, I feel, a little under developed, unlike Rowling's. As for an American J.K. Rowling, I don't think anyone can live up to her. But I personally feel Rowling is a world-wide author and is pretty much incomparable.

In short, McMann has a long way to go in writing, but I still enjoy her books. =)

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