Search Results: "Brittany Geragotelis"


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WHAT THE SPELL? by Brittany Geragotelis
YOUNG ADULT
Released: Jan. 29, 2013

"Readers will need a memory spell to remember this after they're finished. (Paranormal chick lit. 14 & up)"
A little magic might have elevated this book's shallow, unrealistic characters and clichéd plot, which originated with the author's Wattpad project, Life's a Witch. Read full book review >

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LIFE'S A WITCH by Brittany Geragotelis
Released: July 9, 2013

"There isn't enough magic in the world to make this a good book. (Paranormal chick lit. 12 & up)"
Geragotelis' Wattpad project-turned-series continues with another underwhelming entry. Read full book review >

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THE LAST OF AUGUST by Brittany Cavallaro
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Feb. 14, 2017

"This muddled mystery rests on elaborate machinations with disproportionate motivations, but the emotional odyssey should satisfy readers seeking a contemporary, teenage take on the Baker Street pair. (Mystery. 14 & up)"
A duo becomes a trio and tries to settle family feuds in this relationship-focused crime caper sequel to A Study in Charlotte (2016). Read full book review >

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OOLA by Brittany Newell
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: April 25, 2017

"A dreamy and provocative exploration of sex, privilege, and self-discovery."
Two young artists fall for one another in this twisted debut, testing the boundaries between love, obsession, and identity. Read full book review >

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"Although this whimsical tale may comfort toddlers missing their balloons, some eco-conscious parents may object to its premise."
Author Chou and illustrator Bartolanzo offer this charming tale of a floating boy who follows his lost balloon. Read full book review >

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A STUDY IN CHARLOTTE by Brittany Cavallaro
YOUNG ADULT
Released: March 1, 2016

"An explosive mystery featuring a dynamic duo. (Mystery. 14-18)"
Watson's and Holmes' descendants try to live up to and with their ancestors' legacies in this debut. Read full book review >