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I get it... you've seen a million study Bibles. Why is this one different?
Nadine Brandes, author of the Out of Time series, is near and dear to all of our hearts, and now it's time to start the journey towards her next book release. So here's the moment we've all been waiting for. . . the cover reveal!
What a masterful piece about the theater. It portrays a behind-the-scenes view of theater life in a vivid, lovable way. I've never been personally interested in participating in theater, nor have I dug into the history of it, but even still, I loved reading about the logistics and casting of the play Pinafore. Though this short novel was a work of fiction, the play is not, so in that regard the historical details are intriguing. There were a few innuendos in the beginning of the story, but it was all handled very tastefully, I felt.
This book is probably best read by those 14 and over, and it was written (I assume) for a predominantly female audience. If you're interested in the theater, I'm sure you'll enjoy it even more than I did!
7/15: Jackie Castle
7/22: K. M. Weiland
7/29: Nicole Sager
8/19: Elizabeth Ludwig
8/26: Heather Blanton
9/18: Jaye Knight
10/01: Nadine Brandes
11/16: Chuck Black
11/23/16: Melissa Jagears
11/30/16: Elizabeth Camden
12/7/16: Fabian Geyrhalter
12/14/16: Connilyn Cossette
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