Giveaway: Read Me Like a Book by Liz Kessler (US & Canada Only)
Read Me Like a Book
by Liz Kessler
On sale 6/14/16
About the Book
In her first novel for young adults, New York Times best-selling author Liz Kessler tells a story about finding a kindred spirit and becoming your true self.
Ashleigh Walker is a mediocre student with an assortment of friends, a sort-of boyfriend, and no plans for the future. Then a straight-from-college English teacher, Miss Murray, takes over Ash’s class and changes everything. Miss Murray smiles a lot. She shares poetry with curse words in it. She’s, well, cool. And she seems to really care about her students. About Ashleigh. For the first time, Ash feels an urge to try harder. To give something — someone — her best. Before she knows it, Ashleigh is in love. Intense, heart-racing, all-consuming first love. It’s strong enough to distract her from worrying about bad grades and her parents’ marriage troubles. But what will happen if Miss Murray finds out Ashleigh is in love with her?
About the Author
Liz Kessler is the author of the best-selling Emily Windsnap series, the Philippa Fisher series, and the middle-grade novels North of Nowhere, A Year Without Autumn, and Has Anyone Seen Jessica Jenkins? She lives in Cornwall, England.
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The cover is totally uncompelling; I have rather crude tastes in cover design. However, the critical acclaim and the nature of the content as described here definitely capture my imagination despite any issues with appearance. Thanks for the chance to get this anticipated new novel for free! Cheers, Kara S
I'm not entranced by the cover, it looks a bit plain for what appears to be a really deep storyline. The synopsis is interesting, though, and it sounds like it's worth the read.
I am a female English teacher and this year was the first time in 17 years of teaching that a female student confided that she has a crush on me, so I would very much like to read this book. Although I must agree with other reviewers that the cover really gives no indication as to what the book is about and does not draw me in. I hate how much they (covers) can affect our willingness to give a book a chance or pass it by. It seems rather unfair to the book :0)