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Jill Santopolo


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Jill Santopolo is not a super sleuth, though she is particularly good at walking quickly and quietly through the streets of New York City, where she lives. She is currently working on her MFA in Writing for Children and Young Adults at Vermont College, and spends most of her time reading books, writing books, and editing some other ones.

Genres: Children's Fiction, Literary Fiction, Romance
 
Jill Santopolo recommends
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This Love Story Will Self-Destruct (2018)
Leslie Cohen
"Leslie Cohen's characters all felt so real to me--and much cooler than my friends and I were at Columbia! A very enjoyable read."
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We Own the Sky (2018)
Luke Allnutt
"We Own the Sky is a heartbreak of a novel filled with love, sorrow, pain, and--ultimately--hope. The characters are drawn so tenderly, with such beautiful detail, that it's impossible not to feel the emotions that pulse through the pages. Powerful, touching, and poignant, this family's love story had me in tears."
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How to Walk Away (2018)
Katherine Center
"A heartbreak of a novel that celebrates resilience and strength."
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The Life Lucy Knew (2018)
Karma Brown
"In The Life Lucy Knew, Karma Brown's exploration of the intersection of memory, identity, and love is both fascinating and deeply moving. I stayed up far too late reading chapter after chapter, knowing I wouldn't be able to fall asleep until I learned Lucy's fate. I'm sure I'll be thinking about this powerful, compelling story for a long time to come."
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One Day in December (2018)
Josie Silver
"Josie Silver writes with a warmth so palpable her characters sneak their way into your heart and stay for a long time. One Day in December is an exploration of love that reads like a thriller, filled with secrets and heart-aching betrayals. The perfect book to get lost in this holiday season."
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Lights On the Sea (2018)
Miquel Reina
"This beautiful, unusual tale explores the healing power of love and the magic that exists in our everyday lives, even when we don’t know how to find it."
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Daisy Jones & The Six (2019)
Taylor Jenkins Reid
"Reid's writing is addictive and all-consuming. Filled with passion, complexity, and fascinating detail, Daisy Jones & The Six felt so real, I had to remind myself that it was fiction."
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One Night at the Lake (2019)
Bethany Chase
"Captivating and compelling . . . This is the perfect book to slip into your weekend bag for your own trip to the lake this summer."
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Happy and You Know It (2020)
Laura Hankin
"An engrossing and compelling story of what would happen if the women from The Nanny Diaries men the women from Sex and the City in the social media age."

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