Posts tagged with anna-jarzab

Nov 4 2013

Tandem, by Anna Jarzab


Anna Jarzab's last novel, The Opposite of Hallelujah, was a thoughtful and original exploration of family, faith, and mental illness. I loved it, but it didn't exactly scream “Teen Blockbuster”. Her latest effort, Tandem, hews much closer to the tried-and-true formula of recent bestsellers: love triangles, fantasy elements, violence, and deeply stupid choices abound...

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Nov 4 2013

Weekly Book Giveaway: Tandem, by Anna Jarzab


Our current Weekly Book Giveaway pick is Anna Jarzab's Tandem, the first installment in a projected trilogy. Early reviews are mixed, but I've really enjoyed Jarzab's previous two books, so my hopes remain high...

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Oct 10 2012

The Opposite of Hallelujah, by Anna Jarzab


Even if I disliked Anna Jarzab's new novel The Opposite of Hallelujah (and I didn't; I loved it), I would still give it full points for originality. This book is a rare beast—a YA story about faith, honesty, and family that manages to be thought-provoking rather than preachy...

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Oct 8 2012

Weekly Book Giveaway: The Opposite of Hallelujah, by Anna Jarzab


Our current Weekly Book Giveaway pick is Anna Jarzab's second YA novel The Opposite of Hallelujah (her first was the 2010 mystery All Unquiet Things), which we reviewed—glowingly!—here...

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Feb 8 2010

All Unquiet Things, by Anna Jarzab


Anna Jarzab's intriguing debut novel All Unquiet Things centers around Neily and Audrey, two wealthy California teens haunted by the death of sixteen-year-old Carly—the beautiful, damaged girl who...

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