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Beth Revis
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Beth Revis is a NY Times bestselling author with books available in more than 20 languages. Her latest title, A World Without You, is a semi-autobiographical story blending the supernatural with mental illness. Beth is also the author of the Across the Universe series, The Body Electric, numerous... show more



Beth Revis is a NY Times bestselling author with books available in more than 20 languages. Her latest title, A World Without You, is a semi-autobiographical story blending the supernatural with mental illness. Beth is also the author of the Across the Universe series, The Body Electric, numerous short stories, and the nonfiction Paper Hearts series, which aids aspiring writers. A native of North Carolina, Beth is currently working on a new novel for teens. She lives in rural NC with her boys: one husband, one son, and two massive dogs.

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Darth Pony
Darth Pony rated it 3 months ago
A super short review because I haven’t got much to say: I don’t know if anyone was really clamoring for a YA novel about Jyn Erso’s life in the years between Saw Gerrera rescuing her from Lah’mu and the Rebels breaking her out of prison on Wobani, but we got one anyway. It was entertaining (I enjo...
YA Fantasy - K.A. Wiggins
YA Fantasy - K.A. Wiggins rated it 5 months ago
So I generally reserve 5 star reviews for a both that was both excellent *and* I'm likely to want to reread. In this case, it's not necessarily that I'm likely to pull this down off the shelf over and over again, but that it was a truly remarkable book. Told in 17 points of view, this is the story...
Emerjas
Emerjas rated it 1 year ago
Confession: I didn't particularly like Rogue One when I saw it in theaters. I just didn't care about any of the main characters in it, and I'm not a big enough Star Wars fan to have caught a majority of the references in the movie or recognize names of characters beyond the really big ones like Dart...
My Never Ending List
My Never Ending List rated it 2 years ago
What do I say about this novel? It was entertaining, it was confusing, it was adventurous, and it stretched my boundaries. The book is about mental illness and it has many different points of view. We view the story mainly from Bo’s point of view. At the beginning of the novel, I was entertaining th...
LulzCat Reviews
LulzCat Reviews rated it 2 years ago
I was pleasantly surprised by this story, although I did have a bit of a disconnect with the characters. The story is told from 2 different POVs. One POV is Amy and the other is Elder. Amy makes the decision to be frozen with her parents in order to live on another planet in the future. Their fr...
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