Book Review: Nightingale By Amy Lukavics
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Written by Amy Lukavics
Publisher: Harlequin Teen
Release Date: September 25, 2018

June Hardie is a strong, independent, free-thinking woman who plans to go to college and travel the world. Someone to admire, right? Wrong. Unfortunately, she lives in the 1950s where such notions are horrifying to her family, and fondly tolerated by her fiancé (who has no intention of really letting her do anything). She often feels like screaming or escaping, but the only thing that keeps her calm is the science fiction novel she is writing. Her writing is so compelling, she can think of little else. Her hateful life and June facade comes to a crashing halt when she pulls a knife on her parents, and they commit her to an insane asylum.

What June finds is there are worse hells than being a homemaker in the suburbs. She and the other young women are trapped in a literal nightmare, where they can rely on no one but each other.

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