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Imaginary Girls by Nova Ren Suma
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Jan 17, 12

bookshelves: magical-realism, lit-fic, teen-books-for-adults, ya-lit
Read on January 17, 2012

This is a surreal and beautiful book. Ruby is a captivating character. The relationship between her and Chloe, the narrator and her younger sister, is great - you envy their closeness until it becomes clear that it's not that enviable after all. The murky, maybe-realness of the whole book is just awesome. I don't normally know/care about editors, but I'm starting to trust anything edited by Julie Strauss-Gabel, who did this and John Green AND Stephanie Perkins.
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Ariel Cummins Hrm, I don't remember liking this book four stars worth. Did I write a review? GEEZ I AM SUCH A MESS.


Rebecca So glad you liked this! Of APL's Mock Printz nominees, this one was the winner for me. Suma's prose are poetry.


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