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Dhonielle Clayton

Auteur de The Belles

12+ oeuvres 3,249 utilisateurs 179 critiques

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Œuvres de Dhonielle Clayton

The Belles (2018) 1,002 exemplaires
Blackout (2021) — Contributeur — 544 exemplaires
Tiny Pretty Things (2015) 513 exemplaires
The Everlasting Rose (2019) 262 exemplaires
The Marvellers (2023) 231 exemplaires
Shiny Broken Pieces (2016) 193 exemplaires
A Universe of Wishes: A We Need Diverse Books Anthology (2020) — Directeur de publication; Contributeur — 186 exemplaires
Whiteout (2022) 127 exemplaires
The Rumor Game (2022) 90 exemplaires
Shattered Midnight (2021) 51 exemplaires
The Beauty Trials (2023) 30 exemplaires
The Memory Thieves (2023) 20 exemplaires

Oeuvres associées

Black Enough: Stories of Being Young and Black in America (2019) — Contributeur — 524 exemplaires
Well-Read Black Girl: Finding Our Stories, Discovering Ourselves (2018) — Contributeur — 372 exemplaires
Meet Cute: Some People Are Destined to Meet (2018) — Contributeur — 338 exemplaires
Vampires Never Get Old: Tales with Fresh Bite (2020) — Contributeur — 228 exemplaires
Unbroken: 13 Stories Starring Disabled Teens (2018) — Contributeur — 196 exemplaires
Nubia: Real One (2021) — Introduction — 154 exemplaires


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Six loosely interconnected and incredibly engaging stories about Black teens finding loving amidst a blackout in New York.
bookwyrmm | 21 autres critiques | Feb 22, 2024 |
YA book about super mean girls at a ballet academy. Told from 4 different POV we learn what the girls are willing to do to get the lead roles.

Infuriating because this is part of a series but NONE of the storylines are resolved here. I'm not sure I care enough to read more books to see what happens.

hmonkeyreads | 20 autres critiques | Jan 25, 2024 |
Ella is ready to go back to the Arcanum Training Institute with her friends Brigit and Jason. But her celebrity status for saving the Marvellian world from the Ace of Anarchy is making it hard for Ella to focus on her school world. And, on top of all that, a mysterious magical illness has begun to sweep through the halls of the Institute, causing nose bleeds, headaches, and messing with people’s marvels! Can Ella and her friends save themselves and the Marvellian world before the Ace of Anarchy’s next big plan is put into place?

If you’d like another series that’s focused on a magical school (with an unproblematic author) and with much diversity, this is for you. Right now its focus is a middle grade audience, but I feel like it could move onward to more maturity as the characters also grow - especially if we keep following the line of each book is a new school year.

The world building in this is fantastic and wonderful. There’s so many layers of the Marvellian World we haven’t discovered yet and I can’t wait to see it.

Lately I’ve been a bit of a stickler when it comes to reading series - I don’t want to read them until it’s mostly all published because I hate waiting. But, waiting sometimes is the fun part and I read the first of this series before I really realized it was going to be a series.

Now, I’m glad I’ve always got something to look forward to.

Overall, I think anyone who enjoys magical schools and kids using their skills to outsmart adults - I believe you’ll like this book!
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oldandnewbooksmell | Jan 16, 2024 |
While the writing was good, this bitch fest of a ballet drama was not for me. I could see recommending it to someone who loves a gossipy novel.
mslibrarynerd | 20 autres critiques | Jan 13, 2024 |


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