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Summer in the Invisible City

Summer in the Invisible City by Juliana Romano
Hardcover
Jun 21, 2016 | 320 Pages
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Praise

Praise for Summer in the Invisible City:

“Romano’s novel wanders languorously through Sadie’s summer, treating readers to the same lushly detailed writing that distinguished her previous book… readers will enjoy meandering through the joys and disappointments of this quiet, reflective teen.”—Publishers Weekly

A lovely summer romance with plenty to say about art, friendship, and love.”—Booklist

“Her misplaced search for fatherly love and acceptance adds an extra level of depth and introspection to the author’s sophomore novel…A recommended purchase for fans of teen romance.”—School Library Journal

“An engaging coming-of-age tale.”—Kirkus Reviews

“Full of wonderful details of the daily life of an interesting central female character…as she navigates through a tough summer of learning about herself, what she wants for the future, and how her past defines her path forward.”—VOYA

Praise for First There Was Forever
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* “Fans of Sarah Dessen and Jenny Han won’t want to miss this sensitive exploration of romantic and platonic relationships in flux, and young women coming into their own.”—Publishers Weekly, starred review

“With descriptions that are rich, intimate, and a pure pleasure to read…[Romano] captures the awkwardness of teenagers grappling with feelings for which they have no language yet. In Nate and Lima, young readers will find a relationship that is both deliciously dreamy and achingly real.”—The Los Angeles Review of Books

“An emotionally rich coming-of-age love story.”—Kirkus Reviews

“Romano succeeds in capturing the awkwardness of first romantic encounters and in navigating the growing gray areas in life that emerge with age. Hand this one to fans of Jenny Han and Morgan Matson.”—Booklist

“The author weaves her story together with expressive, figurative language…Recommend this novel to older teens who are romance fans.”—VOYA

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