Susan Meissner’s The Girl in the Glass was featured on USA Today’s Happily Ever After blog as a top pick for 2012. Go here to see the full list and here to read the review. Says reviewer Serena Chase, “Without a doubt, The Girl in the Glass has earned a permanent place on my keeper shelf.”
In their review of The Girl in the Glass, Publisher’s Weekly said, “Meissner blends Noras, Sofias, and Megs stories with a deft hand, creating a layered work of art sure to enchant readers.” Go here to read the full review!
Leaving a life of privilege to strike out on her own, Lauren Durough breaks with convention and her familys expectations by choosing a state college over Stanford and earning her own income over accepting her ample monthly allowance. She takes a part-time job from 83-year-old librarian Abigail Boyles, who asks Lauren to transcribe the journal entries of her ancestor Mercy Hayworth, a victim of the Salem witch trials.
The strength of her affinity with Mercy forces Lauren to take a startling new look at her own life, including her relationships with Abigail, her college roommate, and a young man named Raul. But on [ … ]