Me (Moth) is a beautifully written book that flows so elegantly. Amber McBride grabs your attention straight away from the first page through the end, tugging at all your feelings throughout the whole book. This petite book is a great example of a novel-in-verse and Amber McBride is a virtuoso at it. Even if you are not into poetry or written verse, this would be a great way to test it out, and the story won’t fail to keep you engrossed. Me (Moth) follows two teens learning about life, love, death, racism and their history. I don’t want to spoil anything more from this masterwork, or give away any of its secrets, but it’s definitely a must-read and you won’t regret picking it up.
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