Book Hoarder’s Selection (36): Dani Noir by Nova Ren Suma

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BOOK HOARDER’S SELECTION, is a feature of Reading In Winter, which will feature one book from my collection that I plan to read in the coming week. These are NOT review books, but books I’ve purchased, which have been neglected for a long time.

dani noirTITLE: Dani Noir

AUTHOR: Nova Ren Suma

HOW LONG I’VE HAD IT: About a year.

WHY I’M READING IT: I’ve heard so many good things about Nova Ren Suma’s work that when I saw this book up for grabs on an online store, I knew I had to get it. I loved the fact that this book has to do with the theatre and is a sleuth book — it just sounds so interesting! Hopefully this one will get me into Suma’s writing and I can try some of her other stuff.

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SYNOPSIS:

If this were a movie, you’d open to the first page of this book and be transported to a whole other world. Everything would be in black and white, except maybe for the girl in pink polka-dot tights, and this really great music would start to swell in the background. All of a sudden, you wouldn’t be able to help it–you’d be a part of the story, you’d be totally sucked in. You’d be in this place, filled with big lies, mysterious secrets, and a tween girl turned sleuth….

Zoom in on thirteen-year-old Dani Callanzano. It’s the summer before eighth grade, and Dani is stuck in her nothing-ever-happens town with only her favorite noir mysteries at the Little Art movie theater to keep her company.

But one day, a real-life mystery begins to unravel–at the Little Art! And it all has something to do with a girl in polka-dot tights…. Armed with a vivid imagination, a flair for the dramatic, and her knowledge of all things Rita Hayworth, Dani sets out to solve the mystery, and she learns more about herself than she ever thought she could.

Have you read this book?

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