Everything That Makes You

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As a young girl, Fiona Doyle endured an accident that left half of her face horribly scarred, and she has never been able to fully work past them. Smart and musically talented, Fiona plays guitar and pours her deepest feelings into the songs she writes. But there’s no way she’d ever have the confidence to perform at open mic night at the local coffeehouse … would she?

Fi Doyle is the best female lacrosse player in her state. Her life revolves around her sport, and she just doesn’t have time for her best friend’s changing feelings … or the accident that forces her to quit lacrosse for a season and changes the course of her life.

If Fiona hadn’t had her childhood accident, she could have been Fi. But as this novel explores the possibilities that life opened for each of them, would either really want the life of the other? In Everything That Makes You, Moriah McStay brilliantly tells each girl’s story and leaves readers wondering who has the “better” life. Whether you’re rooting for one or the other, ultimately each story is beautiful in and of itself, and it would be impossible to choose whether Fiona would have really wanted the life of Fi, or vice versa. Looking forward to more books by McStay in the future!

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Star Count 4/5
Format Hard
Page Count 352 pages
Publisher Katherine Tegen Books
Publish Date 2015-Mar-17
ISBN 9780062295484
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Issue April 2015
Category Young Adult


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