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Another Great Review for Pretending to Be Erica

Thank you VOYA (Voice of Youth Advocates) for this incredible review of Pretending to Be Erica by Michelle Painchaud

“The good/ bad protagonist is deep, different, and wonderful. The story is imaginative and engrossing. Readers both want to sympathize with and hate Violet. Her torment and angst about her duel lives are intriguing. She is a different kind of main character, an antihero with a heart and conscience. This book craves reading in one sitting. This excellent book is a must-have purchase for all libraries.”—Karen Sykeny.

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