REMARKABLEEditorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe
The title of this debut says it all.In the town of Remarkable, so named for its abundance of talented citizens, everyone lives up to its reputation. Well, almost everyone. With a famous architect mother, an award-winning-novelist father, a photorealistic-portrait-painter older brother and a math-genius younger sister, Jane should be just as remarkable. Instead, this average 10-year-old girl is ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - maryreinert - LibraryThing
A fun read about Jane Doe, an unremarkable girl in a very remarkable family in the town of Remarkable where everyone is remarkable except for Jane and her Grandpa, John Doe. Jane is the only student ... Read full review
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Not as good as Divergent and The Hunger Games, but it is very creative and the author added a new word to my vocabulary- Hangry. (Hungry and Angry at the same time) The author still has a long ways to go though, and as I read, I kept in mind this was Lizzie's first book. It is a enjoyable book though and through. Lucky was my favorite.