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- Publication Date: November 23, 2016
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- Language: English
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That Moment When: An Anthology of Young Adult Fiction Kindle Edition
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It wasn’t easy to narrow down my favorites out of all the displayed talent. Here are a few of the most noteworthy:
Reflection, by Katlyn Duncan, a masterful look at a young vampire who doesn’t yet know what she’s become.
Humanity’s Protectors, by David R. Bernstein, about psychic abilities and whether a person who had them would be used for good or ill.
Provisions, by Kira Lerner. This story had it all—vampires, werewolves, cannibals. I read it twice!
Running Toward Illumia, by Leya Angel, about a young misfit and a rather snarky unicorn. Need I say more?
More Than a Crush, by Kat Stiles, an eerie tale about a girl in love and what she’s prepared to do about it.
Learning to Fly, by Laura Diamond, about a boy who finally realizes a dream. With dragons. I love dragons.
That Moment When… introduced me to a bevy of Young Adult authors I might not have noticed. Their stories piqued my interest. I’ll be checking out more than a few of their books. If you enjoy reading Young Adult, I highly recommend That Moment When… You might find your new favorite author.
The selections are grouped topically. I see that my evaluations of many of them are different from those of previous reviewers. Following are the selections that I RECOMMEND. I would not recommend any selections not listed below.
PARANORMAL & URBAN FANTASY
A.M. Lalonde, INCONVENIENT CURIOSITY: Girl driving around with her mom’s stuff opens Pandora’s jar, is saved by demigod.
Kaitlin Bevis, MELISSA: Human sidekick of goddess Persephone goes out, is captured by evil god.
Leia Stone, PUSH: Girl can think anything into reality, is pursued by bad guys.
Michelle Madow, THE WRATH OF THE FURY: Two demigod teens pursued by an evil fury.
Melle Amade, SANCTUARY: Girl starts to realize her high school friends are shifters.
Melissa A. Craven, EMERGE: THE VOLUNTEER: Girl immortal trapped in servitude to evil immortal organization.
Katy Haye, WISHFUL: Girl finds genie, puts him in body of comatose John Doe.
David R. Bernstein, HUMANITY’S PROTECTOR: Story about a corporation that employs Influencers, who can control minds, and the radical group that opposes such practices.
Ingrid Seymour, THE WRONG TIME FOR FATE: Great story about a girl who falls for a mysterious older boy who claims to be her neighbor’s cousin. I read this one twice.
DYSTOPIAN & POST-APOCALYPTIC
Kira Lerner, PROVISIONS: Gruesome but interesting post-apocalyptic story, with surprises.
Patti Larsen, MISERY: Post-apocalyptic vampire story.
Kelly St. Clare, TRANSLUCENTS: Hunter of supposedly evil supernatural creatures gets a surprise.
Derek Murphy, TASTE: Girl comes of age in era when humanity is dominated by an offshoot species of “elites.”
Claire Luana, THE CONFECTIONER’S GUILD: Girl is inducted into Confectioner’s Guild, finds out her confections are magic.
Roz Marshall, UNICORN MAGIC: Girl gets hooked on virtual-reality game that has effects on real world.
Rachel Morgan, ANOTHER WORLD: Coming-of-age story about faerie girl and her friends.
Katherine Bogle, THE BIRTH OF THE IMMORTAL QUEEN: Young princess discovers that she may be immortal.
S. McPherson, EMERALD EYE: Girl with magical powers confronts invader king.
THRILLER & HORROR
I didn’t like any of the stories in this section, but maybe I just don’t appreciate the genre.
AND MORE (MISCELLANEOUS)
Hilary Thompson, UNDERBELLY CIRCUS: Dark story about young witch with psychic powers who works for a hypnotist and gets in over her head.
Avril Sabine, GLIMPSES: Similar to the TV show Medium, with a young girl as psychic.
Jamie Thornton, DOORMAKER: Fascinating premise of family whose members disappear whenever they open a door, but with annoying cliffhanger ending.
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