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Goddess of The Night (Daughters of the Moon, Book 1): Reviewed

Author:Lynne Ewing
Reading Level (Conceptual):Children 12 and up
Reading Level (Vocabulary):Children 12 and up
Genre:Science fiction
Year of publication:2000

Very quick.

Unrealistic and puts the "high-school-girls-should-just-go-around-trying-to-get-a-boyfriend" spin on life. It's about this girl named Jennifer who discovers that she can turn invisible because she is a goddess.

Not deep, but kinda fun and cute... maybe took me two or three hours to read.

--Fizzy, age 14

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