WEIRD GIRL AND WHAT’S HIS NAME, Meagan Brothers extraordinary 2015 YA novel, was just named to Foreword Reviews’ Reviewers’ Choice 2015 list. In a special summary review for the honorary list, reviewer Christine Mikkola raved “Aside from being extremely well-written, it was very real. The characters felt like genuine seventeen-year-olds with interesting, but relatable, problems. They are the kind of characters that stay with you and become part of your literary family. I felt like I was reading a YA classic—unique, meaningful, and timeless.”
In the full review, available here, Christine Canfield notes:
This is a novel that transcends the LGBTQ genre, and it holds universal lessons for all. It is reminiscent of Judy Bloom’s Are You There God, It’s Me, Margaret and Tiger Eyes in the way it tackles somewhat taboo subjects within a smoothly written narrative. It has all the makings to become a classic of this generation.
Congratulations to author Meagan Brothers and the entire Three Rooms Press family!
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