Girls in the Moon
Book Review - Girls in the Moon by Janet McNally
I love that Book of the Month Club introduces me to books that are outside of my usual genres. I typically choose historical fiction, mystery, or biographies and memoirs. These are my go-to genres when I'm looking for a book to lose myself in. I almost never choose young adult fiction, although I'm rarely disappointed in them. Let's not forget The Fault in Our Stars by John Green was a young adult book. <3
This book is about two sisters coming into their own and trying to find their identities separate from their (former?) rock-star parents. The main character, Phoebe Ferris, is in search of the truth about her childhood and her family. Her mother only wants to talk about the post-fame calm, her father stopped calling three years ago and although he was always a little absent his abrupt cutting off of all communication surprised Phoebe, and her sister, Luna, is off in NYC pursuing her own indie-rock dreams.
I love how Janet McNally writes about the relationships between all the characters and their affinity for NYC.
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