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Praise for The Wrong Side of Right

"First-time novelist Jenn Marie Thorne has crafted a real page-turner, full of romance and intrigue. A great beach read for older neonates and young teens."—Chicago Tribune

"Fits so perfectly in the present day [political] zeitgeist . . . without veering to preachiness or sacrificing [Thorne's] funny, lively story."—

"If a swoony novel is what you're looking for, then this is the novel for you! It's perfect for fans of Sarah Dessen, Meg Cabot, and Huntley Fitzpatrick. . . . We devoured this book full of heart and know that you will too."—

"Both intelligent and heartfelt, as Kate finds unexpected love as well as unimagined courage. . . . Not only does Thorne give readers a moving coming-of-age story, but casts a critical eye on the state of American politics."—Booklist, starred review

"Absorbing and timely."—Kirkus

"Smart and well-executed . . . It is easy to like strong, intelligent Kate . . . and the adults in her life are realistically complicated. Fans of Sarah Dessen and Jenny Han will appreciate this well-crafted story about love and family."—School Library Journal

"A smart, fresh, and engaging debut . . . Add in a delicious, secret romance . . . and readers will be hoping for a sequel to this political page-turner."—Publishers Weekly

"A fast-paced, complicated romance and coming-of-age story that will keep the reader coming back for more."—School Library Connection

"The combination of high-stakes politics, forbidden romance, and family drama make for a compulsively readable debut."—The Horn Book Guide

"A 'can't put down' book."—San Jose Mercury News 

“Whip-smart and heartbreaking and such a blast to read. I flew through this book.”—Katie Cotugno, author of How to Love

“I am obsessed with the smart, original, and captivating look behind the scenes in this high-stakes political drama. The Wrong Side of Right reminds me of Veep or The West Wing—only better, because it has teenagers.”—Leila Sales, author of This Song Will Save Your Life

“An effervescent story about family, friendship, politics, and discovering who you are—I loved every word. And Andy Lawrence is totally my new book boyfriend.”—Kara Taylor, author of the Prep School Confidential series

“I love this book! Kate Quinn is strong and smart and really, really needs to run for president.”—Catherine Gilbert Murdock, author of Dairy Queen and Heaven Is Paved with Oreos


Jenn Marie Thorne graduated from NYU-Tisch with a BFA in drama and quickly realized she was having more fun writing plays, short films, and superhero webisodes than actually performing in them. Then, when a flurry of political scandals hit the news, Jenn wondered what the kids at the center of the media's attention must be going through, and so began The Wrong Side of Right, her debut novel. Jen lives and writes in beautiful Gulfport, Florida, alongside her husband, two sons, and hound dog Molly.

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3.0 su 5 stelle emotional roller coaster 23 ottobre 2015
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three and a half stars
upper grades - swearing, sexuality
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no AR test but only just published

After her mother dies suddenly, 16-year-old Kate moves across the country to live with her uncle. A year later she arrives home to find a flock of news reporters camped on her lawn – the Republican senator who is running for president claims she is his daughter. His family takes her in and Kate has to adjust to being in the spotlight. Kate has to decide how she feels about her new family, the uncle she was living with, where to go to school, the President’s son, and if she can handle the politics, especially since her father's are quite different from her mother's. Does her father and his current family really want her? Does she want them? Who can she trust? This is quite a different situation from most high school stories and you really feel for Kate.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Just About Perfect 11 agosto 2015
Di John Rogers ClarkIV - Pubblicato su
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Kate Quinn is going through the motions, but is beginning to feel as though she might be starting to rejoin the human race. Her mom was killed in a car crash a year ago, she has no idea who her father is and she's living in South Carolina with her uncle and aunt.
When she leaves school one day, she sees a bunch of TV and news vehicles in the parking lot and her anxiety level jumps as she flashes back to the day Mom died and there was a similar assembly of vehicles. No sooner does she get in her beat-up Buick, than her phone rings and her uncle tells her to come home immediately. That further increases her unease and when she has to push through a mass of cameras and microphones when she arrives home, that nearly puts her over the edge.
What's waiting inside is shocking, but answers a longstanding question. Sitting in the living room, surrounded by secret service agents is Massachusetts Senator Mark Cooper, the front runner for the upcoming Republican nomination for president. Kate learns very quickly that an article in the New York Times outed him as her father. Mark had an affair with her mom while she worked on his first campaign when he ran for state senate.
In short order, Kate is offered the chance at the family she had been dreaming of for years. After confessing to his wife about the affair, his career continued to the point where he's a bigwig in the party. Kate learns that she'll gain a stepmom and twin step-siblings. The catch is that she has to play by the campaign rules while figuring out how she really feels and how the new family members are going to treat her.
It's a huge learning experience, complicated by an issue her father is pretty rigid about that affects Kate in ways she's not initially ready to deal with because it involves her real friends back in Los Angeles. An even bigger complication is her meeting and subsequent attraction to Adam, the 'bad boy' son of the current president, a democrat.
I really, really like this story. It feels authentic and every one of the characters is very well crafted. Kate's continued attempts to comply with what's expected of her and the growing realization that she's got to be true to herself, makes for great page-turning tension and the way her relationship with her step siblings and Adam develop are just about perfect. This is a wonderful book for teens who like politics, a quirky romance or protagonists who wrestle with big emotional and moral questions.
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5.0 su 5 stelle It made me feel all the feelings 10 novembre 2015
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I really loved this book and would encourage any one who enjoys reading to pick it up. It's not just for YA readers. I'm well past my YA days and I laughed and cried. I also found it refreshingly down to earth and topically relevant. It wasn't about a post apocalyptic future, there is no threat of life and death, it is just a real, heart felt story of a young finding a family she never knew she had, and the challenges she faces adapting to her new life. Did I mention that her new family includes a father (she never knew about) who is running for President! This story is full of details about a presidential election I've always wondered about but never researched, and told to me in a fun and digestible way, through the eyes of a liberal teenage girl being thrust in the media's lens of republican politics. It's a story about love and family and it made me feel all the feelings. I'm a big fan of Jenn Marie Thorne and I can't wait for her next book.
5.0 su 5 stelle Compelling Read! 10 gennaio 2017
Di Danielle - Pubblicato su
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I read this book over Thanksgiving break, so I was a little worried I'd be too sick of politics after the election. But Thorne is visiting my high school in March, so I pressed on for the cause. I still found the story very compelling, and the MC was very likable. I threw up in my eyes sometimes during the parts her dad and his right-hand man treated her like absolute crap, but unfortunately, there won't be a girl in America who won't recognize and identify the pattern of undermining in those situations. My tenth grade English students and my mom are all reading this now and loving it, so it's a story all ages can enjoy.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Share with Teen Daughter 6 novembre 2015
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This book is a wonderful read, and I shared it with my high school daughter so we could talk about the fully developed characters, difficult social and political positions they had to overcome, and how these situations genuinely impact our world. I recommend this book for a uniquely fulfilling moms-and-daughters bonding opportunity.