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Tween Young Adult and adult coming of age novels even as it explores the borders between. have to thank the author who gave me a free e copy of her novel It s always a real pleasure for meThis novel is about a young teenager who is fourteen but I don t think teen will appreciate this book as much as older readers It s the kind of story that moves you not only because the character is living tough events but because it s a journey In my opinion it s an initiatory novel with a character looking for her true identity The writing style of the author is awesome It s mostly descriptive because it s kind of introspective but not in a boring way at all The author gives life to her character and her inner thoughts Everything is true not filter in any ways In my opinion the author catches perfectly the evolution of her character about her life about the discovery of her sexuality and it s sounds totaly right It s been a long time since I didn t read something so moving by the simplicity of the writing style I was hooked by the strong character that s living tough events I could identify myself sometimes with her and I was always looking for where she s going Nothing is predictable like in real lifeIt s the kind of novel I know I ll remember a long time because of this unbelievable journey that enhances a wonderful character perfectly served by a writing style in accord with the voice of the character It s sad it s funny and it s just amazing to readThe cover doesn t fit the story so don t think twice before reading this novel It s something that will force you to think about what it was like at the same age and how you would have react with everything the character is coming throughOnce again thank you Mary Pauline Lowry for this opportunity to read your novel and to discover your writing style incredible for such a story You can forget about any lyrical sentences Here it s about truth about life and about an inner travel even than a real one

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The Earthuake Machine a fun fantastical and exhilarating tale explodes the distinction be. Reviewed at The ueen of Teen Fiction my interview with Mary here Earthuake Machine is what I call a Roller coaster read You have your ups your downs your crazy loop de loop and some of those uick twists and turns that you didn t see coming The writing is fantastic and the story is completely uniue and unforgettableThe Earthuake Machine tells the story of fourteen year old Rhonda whose life is pretty messed up Not wanting to continue living life with her father Rhonda escapes to Mexico in order to find her former yardman Jes sRhonda changes her identity to one of a Mexican boy named Angel and begins her crazy uest to find Jes sRhonda is an incredible protagonist She has a huge amount of strength and courage and I highly enjoyed reading about her physical and emotional journey I think a lot of teen girls will be able to relate to some of the feelings that Rhonda has and will understand the things she is going through The characters she meets along the way are fantastic and they each add a great aspect to the overall storyThe Earthuake Machine is highly focused on the sexual coming of age of a teenage girl I love books that deal with topics that everyone can relate to in some way and I think that this book deals with sexual awakening perfectly and has a great feminist tone to it Go Girl PowerI ll admit it I got a little bit emotional reading this one It s not often that I get teary during a book but Rhonda certainly doesn t have an easy journey so keep those tissues handy when readingI think this is an amazing coming of age story that will be loved as much by adults as it will be by teens It s a book that I certainly won t forget about in a hurry

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The United States and Mexico adolescence and adulthood male and female English and Spanis. So I was lucky enough to win this book in a giveaway held by Amy from Obsessions Of A Bookaholic Thank you Amy and Mary for allowing me to read The Earthuake MachineI LOVED this book I was so happy to finally read another book with Hispanic culture in it I was raised Hispanic even though I was born here my parents were born in Chile We ve had many Mexican friends and it was so refreshing and nice to read about their beautiful culture I was entranced by this book from the first page I knew it was going to be different when I read the description and my expectations were not only met but surpassed Mary hits on so many labels and categories we take for granted in this book Through Rhonda the main character she explores the tightly knit connections between sexism racism and classism She explores gender and gender roles the patriarchal institution of religion and how a woman can gain power if she finds her inner voice In the beginning of the novel Rhonda is a young fourteen year old but by the end of the novel she has gone through so many experiences and hardships that it would be foolish to call her a mere girl She has matured from a doubting girl who is unsure of herself and afraid of the world to a mature person one who has stepped between that shadowy line of young girl and young womanI was very pleased and surprised by the feminist tone of this novel In this day and age feminism is still under attack even though sexism continues to hurt women everywhere One of the things I really admired about this novel was how Mary shows that life can be good or bad on either side of the border especially for women Rhonda s father is an excellent example of how a man can suppress a woman change her drastically to a shell of a person At the same time though Rhonda felt the love and protection of Jesus who she saw as a brother I also commend Mary for her on point Spanish skills I don t remember seeing any Spanish mistakes and the dialogue felt natural and real I could tell she put a lot of effort in making the Spanish just right I feel so lucky to have won this book I hope it gains attention and receives the popularity it so rightly deserves It was an amazing heart breaking journey that made me laugh and smile It s the type of book that changes you after you ve read the last page


10 thoughts on “The Earthuake Machine

  1. says:

    The Earthuake Machine is not your typical YA novel In fact it is completely different from anything else I've r

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    Reviewed at The ueen of Teen Fiction my interview with Mary here Earthuake Machine is what I call a Roller coaster read You have your ups your d

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    I was blown away by this book The description and cover do it absolutely no justice whatsoever At first I thought

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    Title The Earthuake MachineAuthor Mary Pauline Lowry Date of Release September 2011Number of Pages 356Summary from GoodreadsThe Earthuake Machine tells the story of 14 year old Rhonda On the outside everything looks perfect in Rhonda

  5. says:

    have to thank the author who gave me a free e copy of her novel It's always a real pleasure for meThis novel is about a young teenager who is

  6. says:

    The Earthuake Machine by Mary Pauline Lowry is a novel of self discovery grief and adventure The only thing that gives Rhonda peace is sneaking

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    One of the best parts of being a book blogger is being approached to review books for up and coming authors I don’t say yes to every reuest In fact I would venture to guess that I only accept about 20% or less of the books I am asked to review There just isn’t enough time in a day know’m sayin’?But during the time that I have been accepting review reuests from the authorspublishers themselves I have had a chan

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    The Earthuake Machine is a one of a kind read It tackles many hard issues and it's much raw than the type of book I usually read I still enjoyed it though It's the story of a girl finding her place in the world and there's a real journey that changes Rhonda What really surprised me was how mature the book was It wasn't exactly dark but there was a lot of stuff that you don't usually find in YA Everything was handled appropriately I don't th

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    So I was lucky enough to win this book in a giveaway held by Amy from Obsessions Of A Bookaholic Thank you Amy and Mary for allowing me to read The Earthuake MachineI LOVED this book I was so happy to finally read another book with Hispanic culture in it I was raised Hispanic even though I was born here; my paren

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    The Earthuake Machine by Mary Pauline Lowry tells the story of Rhonda a girl who’s haunted by the discord in her seemingly perfect upper class family and terrified by the pressures she faces as a tween on the cusp of womanhood Rhonda’s closest and best friend is the family gardener a Mexican immigrant named

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