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Super Me by Jessica Dazzo

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In an authentic teen perspective, Jessica Dazzo delivers a fun, chaotic ride through Faye's eyes. She hasn't ever had it easy, with her mother tending towards selfishness and being an all-around awkward teenager. But she comes into her own as she learns to hone her supernatural abilities. 

It was authentically teenaged. If you're interested in true YA, a parent of a YA, or a librarian or teacher, this is a safe one to add to libraries. There wasn't anything that made me raise my eyebrows and absolutely nothing that was more emerging adult themed. But keep this in mind as you look into this book, because it does include all the typical high school tropes of drama, crushes, and angst.

While it could have used some tightening in the editing department, it was a fun enough read and is the first in a series. BONUS, it is also already available for purchase.

Thank you to Mike Dazzo for this ARC in exchange for an honest review.


Comments

  1. Would you believe if I say I stopped reading YA for a while mainly because they were too fake-y? I kept asking 'who talks like that? and where are the adults. But I am glad you found something that you liked.

    Gayathri @ Elgee Writes

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