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    Need a new mystery/romance/ghost story?

    Talkington's debut YA novel is equal parts romance, mystery, and creepy ghost story while turning them all on their heads. After losing her parents at a very young age and being passed from foster to foster, Liv finally gets adopted by a nice- but odd- couple. But Liv can't connect with them, instead feeling burdened by their religion and alientated by their lack of understanding of her budding artistry. So when Wickham Hall, the country's most respected prep school, accepts 17 year old Liv Bloom as a scholarship student, she thinks her complicated life is finally coming together. Liv arrives with a suitcase full of art supplies and a backpack with a few outfits ready to move on with her life and work hard on her art. But will the attentions of the most popular boy at Wickham ruin her plan? And will the ghosts her only friend, Gabe, swears he can hear warn her in time to save her from a century-old evil? Liv, Forever is a truly fun read, full of broken stereotypes and genre-blending. Liv Bloom feels honest and authentic- to the point that she is sometimes annoying- and her strength in the face of her own actual death inspires. I came away from this book forgiving Talkington for her newbie missteps because I loved Liv so much. I cannot possibly recommend this book to enough young artists-in-training.
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