Abby N. Lewis

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Abby N. Lewis is a poet from Tennessee. She is the author of the full-length poetry collection Reticent (Grateful Steps, 2016) and the chapbook This Fluid Journey (Finishing Line Press, 2018). Her poetry and fiction have appeared in more than a dozen different literary journals and magazines, including Timber.

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[Book Review] Kind of A Big Deal by Shannon Hale

There’s nothing worse than peaking in high school. Nobody knows that better than Josie Pie. She was kind of a big deal―she dropped out of high school to be a star! But the bigger you are, the harder you fall. And Josie fell. Hard. Ouch. Broadway dream: dead.

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Josie Pie was kind of a big deal in high school. The star of the school play, she is encouraged by her theater instructor to travel to New York to audition for a role on Broadway. Josie Pie is going places!

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Turns out, being a big deal in high scho
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Tender by Belinda McKeon
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Tender is set in Ireland and written with a dialect. There are several words and phrases in the novel that may be hard to understand if you aren’t familiar with Irish lingo, but the dialect isn’t anywhere near as bad as the Scottish dialect in Trains ...more
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How to Pronounce Knife by Souvankham Thammavongsa
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How to Pronounce Knife is a collection of 14 short stories. The title story, which is also the first story, sets the tone for the rest of the collection. Collectively, these stories paint an image of sorrow, of displacement, of a longing to belong, t ...more
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The Knife of Never Letting Go by Patrick Ness
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Not sure if you want to read another trilogy? Here are my thoughts on all three of the Chaos Walking books.

I considered reviewing each book in this trilogy individually, but since I sped through them all so quickly, I felt a comprehensive review of t
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A Twilight Reel by Michael Amos Cody
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Got the great opportunity to talk with Cody about his book. Here's a look at the beginning of the interview:

Abby N. Lewis: I’m here today with Michael Amos Cody, who teaches in the Department of Literature and Language at East Tennessee State Univers
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The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros
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I read the 25th anniversary edition of this book, which comes with an introduction by the author. Cisneros, in the introduction, describes the typical aspirations, doubts, and dreams of a young female author just starting out. She wants to write full ...more
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What Are You Going Through by Sigrid Nunez
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The vibe of this book is reminiscent of stream of consciousness in that there isn’t a solid plot throughout the novel; rather, it’s more of an overarching theme of grief and stagnation and this oppressive feeling that there is a crisis at hand yet yo ...more
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Vantablack by Ciona  Rouse
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You can read my review on the Black Moon Magazine website here --> http://box5887.temp.domains/~blackmy8... ...more
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Men We Reaped by Jesmyn Ward
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Full book review available over on my blog --> https://freeairforfish.com/2021/05/10... ...more
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Thomas DeKooning Hello Abby,
I only just noticed today that we have become GR friends. I'm slowly getting used to the GR locating system. I noticed that when you review a book you said you don't summarize it but try to impart the character and point of view of the book. That's much more difficult but of much more use to the reader.


Martha Sweeney Thanks for becoming a GR friend! Happy reading! :)


Roxana Thanks for the add :D


message 4: by Sarah

Sarah Thanks for the add!
Nice Profile Pic!!!


Ninoshka• Hey!!!Abby!! ^^

Thanks For The Add!! xD


message 2: by Leah

Leah hia! wats up? : P


Maria hello abby! :)
Thanks for adding me!


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