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Meagan Spooner
Meagan Spooner is the New York Times bestselling author of the Skylark trilogy and the Starbound trilogy.She grew up reading and writing every spare moment of the day, while dreaming about life as an archaeologist, a marine biologist, an astronaut. She graduated from Hamilton College in New York... show more

Meagan Spooner is the New York Times bestselling author of the Skylark trilogy and the Starbound trilogy.She grew up reading and writing every spare moment of the day, while dreaming about life as an archaeologist, a marine biologist, an astronaut. She graduated from Hamilton College in New York with a degree in playwriting, and has spent several years since then living in Australia. She's traveled with her family all over the world to places like Egypt, South Africa, the Arctic, Greece, Antarctica, and the Galapagos, and there's a bit of every trip in every story she writes.She currently lives and writes in Asheville, North Carolina, but the siren call of travel is hard to resist, and there's no telling how long she'll stay there. In her spare time she plays guitar, plays video games, plays with her cat, and reads.
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Yzabel
Yzabel rated it 7 months ago
[I received a copy of this book through NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review.]I struggled a little to get into this book, and I admit that I skimmed over a few parts, but in the end, while clearly not-mind blowing, it was entertaining enough.The dynamics between Mia and Jules is, overall, one...
Yodamom Finds her Force
Yodamom Finds her Force rated it 1 year ago
1.5 stars. Audiobook. Narration 2.5 stars- Quick thought: A bad remake of Indiana Jones and The temple of Doom. Long, long and mostly boring inner dialog that made me tune out. This was a book where I just wanted the characters to stop talking, yeh not good. The female MC was so irritating, she had...
isanythingopen
isanythingopen rated it 1 year ago
I was going to read a retelling of Sleepy Hollow, but this one caught my eye. Shiny! A nice change to the retelling of Beauty and the Beast. The original was never one of my favorite fairy tales - too syrupy, although part of that might be influence of Disney. In my opinion they made them fun, bu...
Obsidian Blue
Obsidian Blue rated it 1 year ago
Wow what a great retelling of Beauty and the Beast. The flow was a bit of a problem throughout. However, Spooner did such as great job with character development that it didn’t bother me. I also loved that the curse in This story was really about want and desire. I thought that Yeva and the Beast we...
Nemo @ The Moonlight Library
Nemo @ The Moonlight Library rated it 2 years ago
I originally received a copy of this book for review from Edelweiss, but I have listened to the audiobook for the purposes of this review. Marketed as a retelling of Beauty and the Beast, which is only my favourite fairytale, no big deal, starring a girl in a cloak on the cover and with a title li...
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