The "author" under fire for plagiarism blamed her ghostwriters from Fiverr for inserting scenes copied from over 26 authors. In response, people tweeted that ghostwriter was one smooth operator on Fiverr, who really screwed the poor, unsuspecting author over. However, later on, several of her ghostwriters came forth to say that this writer provided her with already plagiarized scenes unbeknownst to them and asked them to doctor the book and make it something readable. This is what book doctors and ghostwriters do for a living-- they make the unpublishable publishable. I should know, because I am one.
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Jul 05, Annalisa rated it liked it Recommends it for: girls under the age of 17 Shelves: young-adult , fantasy , romance , cover Most ya fiction captures the deep emotion of teenage life without the drama queen narcissism. This book is not one of them. By the end of the first chapter I was ready to gag and chapters two and three were even worse. Fortunately, there is some Most ya fiction captures the deep emotion of teenage life without the drama queen narcissism.
Fortunately, there is some funny internal commentary to Morgan that redeems her and makes her less annoying as the book progresses. The plot is about a girl with a fairy-tale life complete with star quarterback drop-dead-gorgeous boyfriend who so happens to be her next-door neighbor since birth look up Westermark effect and so happens to have the same birthday as her.
It starts off romantic and cheesy and falls apart; I like that. Besides the voice, I had a few issues with the book. I found it implausible that Cam could be a fairy his whole life and not sprout wings and start shrinking until about a week before he gets his fairy powers. And if fairy magic did not work on Morgan, how come Pip was starting to look hot to her? The were also a few minor inconsistencies within the story, but not anything that would distract the target market in for a light read.
This is definitely not crossover fiction for adults, and with references to things like The OC and Sevens, it assuredly dates the novel, but I think girls today will enjoy it and relate to the protagonist.
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