In the Stacks Episode 49: Revolution by Jennifer Donnelly

A video book review of Revolution by Jennifer Donnelly. To purchase the book, click here.

"Andi is failing her senior year. A prep school girl gone bad, she has to complete a huge paper or she’ll be expelled. This sucks for her because, lately, almost everything is a struggle. After her younger brother’s death, her family is a mess, and everyone blames each other. The one thing she still has is music, and the ability to play very well.

"Forced to go with her dad on a business trip to Paris after her mother checks into a mental hospital, Andi finds a diary of Alex, a companion to Louis-Charles, the last heir to France, in a guitar case, and her teenage rebellion turns into a revolution." -- Michelle Z. from In the Stacks.tv

 


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