In the spirit of Me Month, I am picking a book for you without a democratic vote (a.k.a. last minute rush poll). Part of this sci-fi challenge was to challenge your preconceptions of the genre (how’s that working for you anyway?) and another group of books that are often much maligned by ignorance is young adult. Before you run off, it’s not all sparkling vampires and swooning girls, there is some excellent writing going on with late teen/early twenties protagonists. I would love for you to read Earth Girl this month, a book I have read and reviewed already and I think you will like…
As always, you are free to pick your own choice for the challenge as well. Remember all reviews will go into the pot at the end of the year for a chance to win goodies.
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