First US Review for PINK!

November 11th, 2010 • Kate

Pink hc FINALThis just in! The first American review — or rather, the first review for the American edition — of Lili Wilkinson‘s novel Pink! In part:

This refreshing fish-out-of-water story is just what the doctor ordered to spice up the tired old chick lit genre. Ava’s classic adolescent identity crisis is made brand spanking new by the fact that she’s already living the bohemian life most high schoolers dream of, but instead longs for structure, collared shirts and a date to the senior prom. Which just goes to show that the grass is always greener on the other side of the cafeteria… and nobody illustrates that fact better than Aussie author Lili Wilkinson, who also happens to be employed in the incredibly cool profession of teen librarian when she’s not writing super snappy dialogue or creating moments of exquisite fictional teenage embarrassment. All this good, girly, gothy fun can be found at a library or bookstore near you February 2011.

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2 Responses to “First US Review for PINK!”

  1. Jade Says:

    Congrats on the review. I love, love, love PINK, so it's no surprise to me.

  2. Shannon Says:

    Sounds like a fun book. I like the twist.

    We had the funniest Librarians at my high school way back when. (My son says I should put more emphasis on the WWWWAAAAYYYYY). If anyone can get some great writing topics it Librarians. Kids talk about EVERYTHING in the Library.

    Can't wai to read this!