#MEGAN: TALES FROM EASTER EGG HIGH

MEGAN TALES FROM EASTER EGG HIGH Megan Corley was only years old when her comfortable world was upended by her father s affair and the divorce of her parents Now two years later she her mother and a dog named Jack have all sett

  • Title: #MEGAN: TALES FROM EASTER EGG HIGH
  • Author: Micki Smith Tatiana Vila S.J. Smith
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 189
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Megan Corley was only 14 years old when her comfortable world was upended by her father s affair and the divorce of her parents Now, two years later, she, her mother and a dog named Jack have all settled into a new part of town, at a new school the colloquially known Easter Egg High and Megan is finally beginning to fit in with the close knit crowd of kids that have knownMegan Corley was only 14 years old when her comfortable world was upended by her father s affair and the divorce of her parents Now, two years later, she, her mother and a dog named Jack have all settled into a new part of town, at a new school the colloquially known Easter Egg High and Megan is finally beginning to fit in with the close knit crowd of kids that have known each other since kindergarten With a new and true best friend, a delicious boy taking notice, and her passion for art bringing her some success, Megan is finding her way in this new world But, as she s soon to discover, success in life and success in love can bring about their own jealousies and pitfalls how, when everything seems to be going so right, can everything quickly turn so wrong Editor s Note It s not often that I read a new Young Adult YA novel, directed toward the teen market, without feeling a little bit jaded going in Micki Smith s new novel is an exception to this rule The title character, Megan, is smart, artistic and witty She is, as one beta reader relayed to me, My favorite type of teenager one without a cell phone Not only is this an important plot point, it adds a depth to Megan s view of the world She is thoughtful, compassionate and well read, without coming across as naive Indeed, while self doubt understandably typifies many young teen experiences and Megan is not without this trait she seems to have a solid grasp on who she is and what she believes Megan, and her close circle of friends, possess a strong moral compass without being judgemental MEGAN is, at its core, a wholesome yet fun coming of age story with just the right dash of flirtatious romance While I believe the target audience is probably girls from 12 16, I can say that as a man decades removed from his early teenage years, that MEGAN is a smart, fun and mirthful read that will be enjoyed by most S.J Smith Editor

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