RevolutionRevolution by Jennifer Donnelly

Andi is a teen plagued by sadness. She has suffered a great tragedy, her family has fallen apart, she is on the brink of failing her senior year, and she is contemplating suicide. When her estranged father forces her to go with him on a business trip to Paris, Andi is compelled to deal with all the troubles in her life. In a twist, she finds the diary of an 18th century French girl, Alex, who had troubles of her own. Through reading Alex’s diary, Andi learns to face her own demons.  The epilogue is a thoughtful resolution. A great story, realistic fiction, historical thriller, and a romantic twist all rolled up into one page-turner. Jennifer Donnelly is magnificent. Loved this book! (Reviewed from ARC)

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