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Eliza And Her Monsters by Francesca Zappa Review

Hi ForeverBookers, 

Who watched the Royal Wedding earlier? I know that I did. 
I’ve just finished “Eliza And Her Monsters”(after watching all of the Royal Wedding) and I enjoyed it. Certain elements of it weren’t to my liking but overall it was a good story. 
3 Stars!
I read “Eliza And Her Monsters” for a few readathons, again:
* Reading Rivalry, a book with over 300 pages.
* Popsugar 2018 Challenge - A book featuring mental health because Eliza suffers with mental health issues -
• Book Bingo on Facebook! Eliza And Her Monsters completes the challenge of reading a book that I heard about online, as I first heard of it while watching an unboxing video on YouTube -
“Eliza And Her Monsters” is a contemporary YA novel. Eliza is a stay at home, in her bedroom kind of teenage girl. She doesn’t like doing things at school or outside with others. She’s also the author of this webco…
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