BY Tiffany d. jackson ‧ RELEASE DATE: sep. 15, 2020
A hopeful artist is exploited by a superstar.
Since moving to suburbia from Queens, 17-year-old Enchanted has been languishing. Despite the fact that her Grandma’s condo was cramped with everybody all together, Enchanted got the chance to do the things she cherishes the most—swimming in the sea, spending time with her Grandma, and singing. Presently, neither her new neighborhood nor her new private school is diverse, and she needs to invest her free energy watching her siblings. Notwithstanding, she joins the school swimming club, and water is utilized as a ground-breaking analogy all through the book. At the point when Enchanted grabs the attention of a 28-year-old music hotshot at a singing rivalry, she pushes uncertainty and her folks’ qualms aside and goes on a visit with him. Enchanted is a naïve mc, yet the choices she makes so as to dispatch her career are conceivable. As the relationship turns harsh, Enchanted must discover the boldness to get away. The account unfurls in nonchronological request, and at the end, as the courses of events combine, it feels somewhat awkward, yet the narrating generally is enamoring. The tale focuses light on inclinations against youthful Black ladies and the casualty accusing that so frequently happens when a hunter has influence, distinction, and cash. Significant characters are Black.
Convincing; Jackson dominates writing books themed with social analysis. (creator’s note, assets) (Fiction. 13-18)
Published Date: Sept. 15, 2020
Page Count: 384
Distributer: Katherine Tegen/HarperCollins
Classes: TEEN MYSTERY and THRILLER | TEEN SOCIAL THEMES | TEEN FICTION