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Faking Faith by Josie Bloss
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Dec 02, 2011

it was amazing
bookshelves: read-in-2011, young-adult

To find a book that tackles religion AND obscure Internet-phenomenon-obsession was like a dream come true for me. Several years ago I stumbled across a group of blogs that were part of a subset I found weirdly fascinating. If I'd sat down and made a list of qualities I'd want a YA book to have, and then got to instantly read that book, it would be FAKING FAITH. Add to the fact that Josie's writing is realistic, thoughtful, wonderfully paced and compelling, and I was pretty much in heaven. Also, it's refreshing to read a contemporary YA that isn't about the usual stuff; nor does it contain any easy answers or pat conclusions.
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