The Perfume - Caroline B Cooney Reviews
Description:ISBN 0590551930 / Paperback: 176 pages / Publisher: Scholastic Point / Published: 16 July 1993
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by - written on 29/06/13, updated on 29/06/13 (Very useful, 51 readings)
So...Twilight has a lot to answer for. Not only did it bring us the continuing gossip column nonsense about whether two moody overgrown teenage thesps are or are not still at it, it also reputedly inspired The Hunger Games and that huge travesty of our literary times, 50 Shades Of Shove Off And Stop Moaning (Not In A Good Way). Throw in the similar momentum behind young adult books and you have a big cultural movement. It is of course great that people are writing books these days that do not condescend transient-age youths but stimulate their intellectual and creative minds. But seeing so much media attention and so many reviews did make me think back to ... Read the complete review
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