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Review (by a man!): “Vivid coming-of-age tale”

Screen shot 2013-01-27 at 6.44.42 AM“Finally!” writes Rob in a review on Amazon,  “A story about teenagers by an adult who actually writes the way teenagers talk!

Lunch in Brooklyn takes place in New York City in the late 1970s, but it could’ve been written about any era in any locale. Adolescent angst never changes throughout the years; the desires, humiliations and fumbling explorations (drugs, sexuality) remain constant, as do teachers who exclaim, ‘People, settle down,’ and parents who hover over every relationship detail.

“Rebecca Moore has a keen ear for dialog and expertly crafts a young girl’s coming-of-age in a specific time and place. The good news is that Lunch in Brooklyn doesn’t require you be female, or from Brooklyn, to enjoy it.”

Thanks, Rob!

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Review: “A wonderful summer read”

Kimberly on Goodreads wrote: “This is a beautiful, and achingly accurate portrayal of the highs and lows of middle school! I must emphasize the beauty of it since now I can appreciate it, being many moons from junior high! I don’t remember the excerpts in Sassy, but I’m happy I stumbled upon it now. This is a wonderful summer read, and although there are teens at the heart of the story I think it will be best enjoyed by us grown-folks, especially Gen X-ers or older. I would love to see what happens next!”

Thank you, Kimberly!

If you’ve read the book, what do you think about the best age for readership?

Or a sequel?

 

Review: “Wonderful YA-but-not-YA”

Lina gives Lunch five stars on Amazon (and on Goodreads) and says, “Lunch in Brooklyn is a great example of a book that should have been published and wasn’t. Definitely worth a read.”

Thanks, Lina!