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Smashing Paperback – October 8, 2015
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M. Constantine lives outside Boston and is at work on a new novel.
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I have to disagree with one reviewer who said grammar and editing errors existed. What little did, were exceptionally small for a self published book. There was nothing that stood out to me, I was impressed by the quality and format of the book overall, as well as the highly descriptive and believable prose.
Bottom line: I loved it. Five stars. The ending left me wanting. And I hope for more from this author.
From the beginning of the book I was reeled in like a fish on a hook.
Smash and Francine have an interesting relationship. It moves fast but in dystopian novel’s that’s usually the case. When the world has gone to crap, we don’t have time to dilly dally.
Franny has a unique home life and I love that the author chose to highlight this situation in her book. It helps to normalize something that really is normal. Teenagers get mad at their parents…whether their parent is gay or not. It happens.
Smash was a deep character. As a former foster kid….I felt his pain. Smash is just a teen who has been hurt in too many ways too many times in life. All he wanted was a family.
A terrorist bombing was an interesting idea. It’s a fear I would say a lot of people have since 9/11. I enjoyed following this group of teenagers through this realistic event. I think the author does a great job of realistically portraying a possible reality where this has happened.
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