Starglass (Starglass, #1)
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Pages no: 448
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction
, Post Apocalyptic
Review originally posted on Bibliophilia, PleaseThere's not enough deep space science fiction in YA, and I did not realize that I was missing it until I read Starglass by Phoebe North. There are others out there similar to it, namely Across the Universe by Beth Revis, but Starglass had a story all i...
This may have been said before - Jews in Space! A wonderful tale about life on a spaceship headed towards the promised planet. Interesting use of Jewish culture and customs and beautifully written. Full review to come.
Starglass is surprising. It’s seemingly a pretty formulaic YA novel. There’s an awkward heroine with the typical YA tropes: she’s unsure of herself, worried about her future, and pluckily desperate to overturn the current social system. There’s a love triangle—well, sort of—and the plot itself is si...
Very different from expected but I still loved it. Absolutely adored it. The blurb is a bit too misleading for my taste though. I love Silvan, which clearly proves that I have a thing for messed-up boys. Charming, ridiculously sexy messed-up boys. Review to come closer to the on-sale date :) xx
This looks really awesome. Plus Kody Keplinger and Jodi Meadows loved it. Win!
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