In Meagan Brothers's Supergirl Mixtapes, a music-obsessed girl travels to New York City to find herself.
After years of boredom in her rural South Carolina town, Maria is thrilled when her father finally allows her to visit her estranged artist mother in New York City. She's ready for adventure, and she soon finds herself immersed in a world of rock music and busy streets, where new people and ideas lie around every concrete corner. This is the freedom she's always longed for—and she pushes for as much as she can get, skipping school to roam the streets, visit fancy museums, and flirt with the cute clerk at a downtown record store.
But just like her beloved New York City, Maria's life has a darker side. Behind her mother's carefree existence are shadowy secrets, and Maria must decide just where—and with whom—her loyalty lies.
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Supergirl Mixtapes had a lot of potential... Unfortunately, there just wasn’t a connection for me.Read Full Review of Supergirl Mixtapes
I think that if things had been a bit more developed this would be a 5 star book for me.Read Full Review of Supergirl Mixtapes
The characters were in the same place that they started the book in and honestly, it was so frustrating.Read Full Review of Supergirl Mixtapes
A story to lose yourself in for a couple of hours but I can't say that I was thoroughly engrossed in the story from beginning to end.Read Full Review of Supergirl Mixtapes
Supergirl Mixtapes is more likely to fit for music fans than the average contemporary reader, but I think it’s great enough for everyone to give it at least a try.Read Full Review of Supergirl Mixtapes
Meagan Brothers does a lovely job of capturing that moment in time by referencing bands and artists from both the 90′s and New York’s historically rich downtown music scene.Read Full Review of Supergirl Mixtapes
Music plays a large part in both the story and Maria's life, the reader will love how the author wove music into the plot and the characters.Read Full Review of Supergirl Mixtapes
Supergirl Mixtapes was a really fun read that I would best describe as eclectic.Read Full Review of Supergirl Mixtapes
My biggest problem with the book is a lot of these issues are brought up but not resolved. I can definitely see why this would drive some people crazy, but I was able to look past it just because I thought the story was so interesting.Read Full Review of Supergirl Mixtapes
Overall, an alright book with great characters, though I did get annoyed with the music references every other page that disrupted the flow of the book.Read Full Review of Supergirl Mixtapes
...most teens are not going to relate to the protagonist, are not going to understand a lot of the pop-culture references, and are going to be hard pressed to care about what is going on in this story.Read Full Review of Supergirl Mixtapes
The solid talent of Meagan Brothers is the reason Supergirl Mixtapes soars rather than falls into the depths of clichéd despair.Read Full Review of Supergirl Mixtapes
Overall, I found Supergirl Mixtapes an entertaining novel– there's certainly never a dry spot.Read Full Review of Supergirl Mixtapes
It had such promise to me, but some parts just did not live up to the expectations that I think I had for it.Read Full Review of Supergirl Mixtapes
I don’t think I’ve ever enjoyed or appreciated reading about an episode in a character’s life as much as I did in Supergirl Mixtapes, and I thank Brothers for that.Read Full Review of Supergirl Mixtapes
This is a gritty and poignant coming-of-age story for music lovers.Read Full Review of Supergirl Mixtapes
...I don't see the novel staying with me for very long.Read Full Review of Supergirl Mixtapes
I liked a lot of it but other parts failed to hold my attention!Read Full Review of Supergirl Mixtapes
In addition to not being able to connect to the story line, I also couldn't connect with the characters.Read Full Review of Supergirl Mixtapes
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