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The plots of both titles have been summed up in previous posts, so I’ll spare you a couple of paragraphs.
Charm & Strange.
Charm & Strange tackles a common theme in YA fiction with a new slant and I applaud Keuhn’s approach to the subject matter. The protagonist, Drew, is a compelling character that grows immensely by the end of the novel. I found Charm & Strange dark and remarkably peculiar. I did, however, have several issues with this book.
The writing was a bit weak and the story had some major holes. With the exception of Drew, most of the other characters were particularly special or relevant to the plot. The female friend could have been a great character; however, if her character was nonexistent; it wouldn’t affect the plot. The ex-roommate, once again, could have been great but he was extremely underdeveloped. Kevin and the cousins were flat…
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