The Tower by Nicole Campbell Genre: YA Release Date: June 21st 2017 Summary from Goodreads: "On our sixteenth birthdays, our kind is gifted with awesome powers. Except no, not really because this isnât Narnia, or Hogwarts, or whatever other mythical realm where witches supposedly live. This is Elizabethtown, Illinois, and much to the chagrin of the local chapter of Susie-Homemakers, we live here."
All witches understand that the universe is a scary sort of powerful on a good day. On a bad day? Well, thatâs when The Tower card shows its face during a reading. As summer draws to a close before the beginning of junior year, Rowyn Black is tired of seeing that card stare up at her from the table. Rowyn, Reed, and Rosalyn have made it through just about every dramatic storm their sarcasm could weather during their seventeen year friendship, and it would be nice to have a quiet semester. Rowyn hopes that the only thing The Tower foretells is the frightening sight of the school parking lot come the first day- full of more jacked-up trucks and cut off shorts than a Luke Bryan video. True to its nature, however, the universe doesnât care much for hopes and wishes, and when the promise of The Tower comes crashing down, they might fall right along with it.
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Nicole Campbell is an English teacher turned author, mother to a beautiful three year old boy, and wife to a self-proclaimed techie. Teenage life consisted of a host of adventures for her, many of which serve as inspiration for her writing.
"New boy kisses had to be one of the greatest wonders of the world. How they could make me feel excited and nervous and certain and unsure and really freaking excited. Did I say excited? Because his kisses were deep and slow and delicious. Really good chocolate cake delicious." - Rosalyn Stone
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