Tag Archives: teens

Pudge and Prejudice

Overall, this was an enjoyable light-hearted read. Plus, it was clean, so I count that as a bonus. So, if you’re into Jane Austen, retellings, the 1980s, or all of the above, consider picking up a copy of A. K. Pittman’s Pudge and Prejudice.

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Nine

What is identity? Is it who we think we are, or who others say we are?  Can we change our story, or are we stuck? 

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Off the Itinerary: 3: Ablaze

I enjoyed encountering Marlee, her sisters, and the Miles boys again. The author found another thrilling adventure for them to populate. Again, adults (particularly parents) play a minor role in the adventure, which is my ongoing concern. Otherwise, I’m glad I got to see this series through. I hope I meet these characters somewhere once again.

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Off the Itinerary: 1 Avalanche Off the Itinerary: 2 Chased

In the end, I recommend these with reservation. Parents, know what your kids are reading, and talk about the issues. Then you all can enjoy a cast of terrific characters and the terrifyingly beautiful settings they experience.

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