Tuesday, July 14, 2015

52 Likes by Medeia Sharif


Medeia Sharif is a truly talented YA writer and I believe anyone would enjoy her books - here's a great opportuniy to add some of her work to your library.

Medeia Sharif's 52 LIKES is 99 cents on Amazon for a limited time. This edgy, paranormal YA title has been receiving rave reviews. Important issues such as rape,bullying, and social media abuse are tackled in this novel. You can connect with Medeia through her blog, Twitter account, Goodreads page, and Instagram to learn more about this book and her other titles.

52 LIKES, Evernight Teen, 2015: After a brutal rape and near-murder, Valerie wants to get past feelings of victimhood from both the assault and her history of being bullied. She’s plagued by not knowing the identity of her rapist and by the nasty rumors in school about that night. Valerie follows clues from ghostly entities, past victims of the rapist-murderer, contacting her through a social media site—why do all of their eerie photos have 52 likes under them? Their messages are leading her to the mystery man, although he’ll put up a fight to remain hidden.

(Best wishes, Medeia!)

18 comments:

  1. Good morning, dear Cherdo!

    This certainly does look like an exciting and important read for young adults as well as older generations. Thanks for letting us know about it.

    Happy Tuesday, dear friend Cherdo!

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    1. I call Medeia "the machine." She is talented and productive!

      (Note that my whole schedule has flipped! I'm not able to answer/read till the evening - but who knows what will happen next week, ha ha).

      Cheerio, Lord Shady!

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  2. Hello, Medeia! I hope sales are going well.

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    1. I'm honored. I hope this goes very (VERY) well. :-) I've got my copy!

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  4. Hmm interesting. I may well download this

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  5. Sounds like a good plot for a movie.

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  6. Hope you get tons of sales, Medeia!

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  7. Cherdo, sounds a bit creepy. Should I take it on my vacation?

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    1. Why not? Medeia is a teacher; she wouldn't scare YA that much...or would she? OOOOOOOOOOOOOO << ghostly sounds

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  8. Important subjects for young adults these days.

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  9. Good luck Medeia. I hope you sell a million books.

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  10. I wish you all the best, Medeia! Cherdo, thanks so much for your comment on my blog post today about your grandmother. You touched my heart, thanks for sharing that. :)

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  11. It looks like an interesting and important book relevant to a broad spectrum of readers,

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  12. Thank you for supporting Medeia. I liked her first MG and will read this one, as different as it seems from Bestest Ramadan Ever.

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  13. Congrats Medeia on this new book. It does sound like a very good and creepy read:)

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Thanks for your personal yada, yada, yada,
Love, Cherdo