Here are some books similar to What Every Girl (Except Me) Knows! Some classics that you might have missed, as well as some newer titles that are sure to grab you!
I Am the Wallpaper, by Mark Peter Hughes.
Thirteen-year-old Floey Packer, jealous of her attractive and popular older sister, shares her home with two younger cousins and experiences a summer vacation filled with embarrassing events, with herself as the star.
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The Dancing Floor by Barbara Michaels
For years, Heather Tradescant had dreamed of the journey she and her
father would take to England-- a pilgrimage to the great gardens of
history. Now that her father is dead, Heather is determined to fulfill
his dreams. Unfortunately, her request to see the fabled 17th-century
garden of Troytan House is denied by the owner. Though unwelcome, she
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If you like Kristen Heitzmann, you might like:
At Home in Mitford by Jan Karon
The first in a series of novels, this heartwarming book introduces
readers to a small, charming North Carolina town and its equally
charming denizens. Filled with the mysteries and miracles of everyday
life and rich, provincial humor, At Home in Mitford will have readers
clamoring for more. (Catalog description)
If you like books with a similar writing style to those by Raymond
Feist, you may enjoy the following titles (some of them are not in the
fantasy/sf genre, but are wonderful, just the same!):
Necromancer by William Gibson
"Case was the hottest computer cowboy cruising the information
superhighway--jacking his consciousness into cyberspace, soaring through
tactile lattices of data and logic, rustling encoded secrets for anyone
with the money to buy his way--and burned the talent out of his brain,
A Great and Terrible Beauty by Libba Bray
"After the suspicious death of her mother in 1895, sixteen-year-old
Gemma returns to England, after many years in India, to attend a
finishing school where she becomes aware of her magical powers and
ability to see into the spirit world." (Catalog Summary)
From the Ashes by Meghan Brunner.
"Do you believe in magick? More than a picture you once saw of a place
you've never visited? More than the idle wish you'd like to see come
Roses are Red by James Patterson: A brilliant criminal known only as the Mastermind orchestrates a series of bank robberies that are notable for their very precise demands -- and their explosive violence when the demands are not met exactly. Detective Alex Cross takes on the case and recognizes that a particular kind of criminal mind is at work.
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Here are some other romances that you might enjoy:
Knight in Shining Armor by Jude Deverauz.
Depressed and upset, American Dougless Montgomery finds herself weeping
on the grave of a knight in an old English church and thinks she could
certainly use a knight in shining armor. Much to her amazement, that's
Besides The Amazing Aventures of Kavalier and Clay, Michael Chabon has another wonderful, but contemporary fiction novel called The Wonder Boys, which was made into a really good movie starring Michael Douglas and Tobey Maguire. The book is better, of course, and tells the hilarious and outrageous tale of one crazy weekend in the out-of-control
life of a college professor, whose unfinished novel never seems to be quite long enough. ......
Piers Anthony's Magic of Xanth series. The first one is A Spell for
Chameleon. Here's a review:
Though already developing a successful career in SF with such heady
novels as Chthon and Omnivore, Piers Anthony did not reach brand-name
status until he cooked up some fantasy in 1977. And it was cheerful,
humorous fantasy at that, as in his first Xanth series novel, A Spell
for Chameleon. The book's young hero, Bink, is without magical powers in
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