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Moon Over Manifest

Moon Over Manifest

  

by Clare Vanderpool

Analysis: Tough-o-Meter

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(2) Sea Level

Even though there are a bajillion different narrators in this book, they're all old-timey, small-town folk who use a pretty simple language. And yes, their storylines are constantly weaving through each other, but the author keeps each one really distinct—she even uses different fonts for each one. Now wasn't that nice of her? You should call her up and thank her sometime.

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