Author: Amanda Grace

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Amanda Grace is an alias for Mandy Hubbard, the author of 4 more novels for teens. She's also a literary agent at D4EO Literary, specializing in middle grade and young adult fiction. She currently lives happily ever after with her husband and daughter in Enumclaw, Washington, a small town in the shadow of Mt. Rainier.

Average Rating: 1.5


Review: The Truth About You and Me by Amanda Grace

Posted 10 September, 2013 by Gabbie in Review / 0 Comments
Review: The Truth About You and Me by Amanda Grace

Favorite Quote(s): “It’s easy to trust a smart girl. Smart girls aren’t supposed to do stupid things.” Favorite Character: I didn’t have one, unfortunately. First Line: “Dear Bennet, You might not read this, but maybe they will, and maybe somehow that will help you.” My Musings: The reason that I picked this novel up was the cover as well as the author. I have read Ripple, which was published under Amanda Grace’s other pen name, Mandy Hubbard. So naturally, I believed that I would enjoy this novel as much as I enjoyed Ripple. Unfortunately, I was wrong. This book is written from the point of view of Madelyn, who is a sixteen year old taking college classes for high school credit. The problem I had with this was that the novel focused on how smart Madelyn was. But in fact, it doesn’t take much to be accepted into dual enrollment. But that’s just a personal thing that I had an issue with. Anyways. I hate to share that I didn’t enjoy this novel at all. And please don’t take this personally if you did; I am simply sharing my opinion on the novel. I really did not like Madelyn’s character. She came off as whiny to me, and she creeped me out. The way that she talked about Bennet scared me. She also came off as selfish to me. She knew […]