Today’s review of the day comes from long-time Cybils’ panelist and judge, Leila Roy. A librarian tucked away in Maine, Leila blogs at both Bookshelves of Doom and Kirkus, where she releases her enthusiastic love (and snark) on books. Of Young Adult Fiction nominee Always Emily by Michaela MacColl, Leila writes:
As the cover art and the name “Brontë” suggest, the book features plenty of misty atmosphere and high drama, and while it’s not necessary to have read them to enjoy the book, fans of Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights will have fun spotting the many, many parallels.
Read the full review here.