I can’t imagine being on of four identical quadruplets; can you?
by Kellie Sheridan
Publication date: November 4th 2014
Genres: Contemporary, Young Adult
The odds of giving birth to identical quadruplets: 1 in 13 million.
The population of Fairview, a town so small that all anyone talks about is the Fairview Four returning after fourteen years: 7208.
The chance of Reagan blending in with the crowd after a boy in her new town starts to see her for who she really is: zero.
Following in the footsteps—and all too often, the shadows—of her sisters was nothing new to Reagan. But after fifteen years of fading in to the background, she’s finally finding her own way. Amidst all the gossip and assumptions, one person sees Reagan for what she’s always wanted to be. One of a kind.
Finally feeling like she belongs, Reagan wants to enjoy every possibility her new life has to offer, but things aren’t going as smoothly for her sisters. How can Reagan possibly let herself be happy—or maybe even fall in love—when her family is finally turning to her for support?
For the past two years I have been mainly obsessed with young adult books, but my favorite stories still come from the adult fantasy genre. As far as I’m concerned, Briggs, Bishop, Vincent and Vaughn are all must reads.
I spent part of my twenties living in Galway, Ireland and swooning after various lilting accents but am now back home in Ontario, Canada. My family includes two Glen of Imaal Terriers and a Green Cheek Conure.