Publisher: Roaring Brook Press
Pages no: 256
, Realistic Fiction
, Middle Grade
Since I started blogging, Hannah Moskowitz has come very strongly recommended to me by a number of bloggers I love and trust. Sadly, I haven’t had a chance yet to read one of her books, until I finally found my review copy of MARCO IMPOSSIBLE buried somewhere deep in the black hole of no return, als...
Well the title of this one is correct: Marco IS Impossible. Marco is annoying and petulant and I just did not quite understand why we were supposed to like him or why Stephen continued to be his friend. Clearly Stephen got the crap end of the deal friendship-wise and putting up with Marco simply was...
Hannah Moskowitz became an author I’m very excited about after I read and loved her YA novel Teeth. Her writing style was a fast favorite of mine and I really enjoy her ability to be gritty and honest while weaving a pretty fantastical tale. Marco Impossible showcased everything I love about her but...
There’s a brief moment in Marco Impossible that had me flashing back to Vada shouting that Thomas J couldn’t see without his glasses on -or maybe it was that he’d get cold without a jacket? I’m unclear on the details, but the emotion in that scene had my mother then sister sniffling, so out I came ...
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