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The Rules and Regulations for Mediating Myths & Magic Paperback – September 7, 2017
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About the Author
F.T. Lukens is an author of Young Adult fiction who got her start by placing second out of ten thousand entries in a fan community writing contest. A sci-fi enthusiast, F.T. loves Star Trek and Firefly and is a longtime member of her college's science-fiction club. She holds degrees in Psychology and English Literature and has a love of cheesy television shows, superhero movies, and writing. F.T. lives in North Carolina with her husband, three kids, and three cats. Her first two novels in the Broken Moon series, The Star Host and Ghosts & Ashes were published by Duet Books.
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This book made me happy. I'm going to check out the other books by this author!
The teens talk like teens; even though they made popular culture references I never cringed. I also love that the author seamlessly connected with high school memories. I remember Hamlet being my favorite required reading & having the characters make reference to the work brought back great memories. I am so thankful for the ending being enjoyable, I was worried for a while.
Definitely recommend this for anyone looking for a sweet, satisfying, YA read!
The ending was a little too convenient, there was a lot of buildup and then the drama just went fwoooosh out the window and everything was solved instantly.
I would like to read another book, honestly. There's potential for a second, like I want to know more about Pavel and that world. I want to know about other intermediaries. I want to know if Bridger can become one, etc.
Like, I know it was summed up as a happy ending, but I'd really like to continue.
Either way, this was a fun read. Kind of reminded me of In Other Lands, so if you want to read a book in the same vein, try that.
Only, a little LESS drama would be nicer, and a bit more of the ordinary cases. Otherwise, a 4+.