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The Looking Glass by Janet McNally Review

The Looking Glass by Janet McNally ★ Slyvie is trying to carry on her older sister Julia's impressive legacy, after she disappeared. When Slyvie mysteriously gets a copy of her and Julia's favorite fairy tale book, Slyvie begins to see her sister everywhere she goes. She starts to believe she may be losing her grip on reality, but Slyvie has to find out if the strange, almost magical things she's been seeing have anything to do with Julia's whereabouts. With the help of her best friend's brother, Slyvie sets out to the beat of a Fleetwood Mac playlist, determined to return to New York with her sister in tow. Slyvie doesn't expect to learn that trouble comes in lots of forms and that the damsel in distress is often the only one who can save herself.

I thought this book was going to be contemporary with more of a magical touch, but I feel like was mostly a contemporary about a ballerina who goes on a road trip to find her sister, whom I assumed was dead.
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