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Now Entering Addamsville explained Now Entering Addamsville, review Now Entering Addamsville, trailer Now Entering Addamsville, box office Now Entering Addamsville, analysis Now Entering Addamsville, Now Entering Addamsville 3948 Zora Novak Has Been FramedWhen Someone Burns Down The Home Of The School Janitor And He Dies In The Blaze, Everyone In Addamsville, Indiana, Points A Finger At Zora Never Mind That Zora Has Been On The Straight And Narrow Since Her Father Was Thrown In Jail With Everyone Looking For Evidence Against Her, Her Only Choice Is To Uncover The Identity Of The Real Killer There S One Big Problem Zora Has No Leads No One Does Addamsville Has A History Of Tragedy, And Thirty Years Ago A Similar String Of Fires Left Several Townspeople Dead The Arsonist Was Never CaughtNow, Zora Must Team Up With Her Cousin Artemis An Annoying Self Proclaimed Addamsville Historian To Clear Her Name But With A Popular Ghost Hunting Television Show Riling Up The Townspeople, Almost No Support From Her Family And Friends, And Rumors Spinning Out Of Control, Things Aren T Looking Good Zora Will Have To Read Between The Lines Of Addamsville S Ghost Stories Before She Becomes One Herself

  • Hardcover
  • 368 pages
  • Now Entering Addamsville
  • Francesca Zappia
  • English
  • 12 May 2017
  • 9780062935274

About the Author: Francesca Zappia

Writer of MADE YOU UP and ELIZA AND HER MONSTERS Represented by Louise Fury of the Bent Agency.Also wrote The Children of Hypnos serial on Wattpad

10 thoughts on “Now Entering Addamsville

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    UPDATE 8 1 19 You may have already seen on my Twitter or Instagram, but I m giving away illustrated by me ADDAMSVILLE postcards There s no preorder required for these because I know not everyone can afford or buy books All you have to do to get one is fill out this Google Form with your name and mailing address offer is also international You can fill out the form even if you live outside the US.If you are able to preorder the book, I would really appreciate it You can do that from your local indie bookstore, or from places like BN and More news coming soon Chessie Hi there, I wrote this book Some things you might be interested to know I originally also compared this book to Parks Rec I d like to now issue a formal apology to all Hoosiers As if I could ever write something that captured Indiana life so well Zora, the main character, is on page ace OwnVoices I listened to a playlist of pop songs and horror movie soundtracks while writing this You can check that out here Also There s a Pinterest board This book is about our bonds with our family, our friends, our neighbors, and ourselves And ghosts And decapitation And ice cream More to come soon I can t wait for you to read it in October Yay, spooky times Chessie

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    Update May 2019I dig the Halloween vibes this cover gives off.Prereview November 2018Not to be dramatic or anything but after

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    Title change 16 Nov, 2018I spy with my little eye screams Is that a NEW ZAPPIA BOOK I see

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    When the book isn t even out yet, but you already want a sequel A solid 4.75I was lucky enough to receive an ARC for this book at BookCon and that s why I am able to provide this review First, let me start by saying I loved every second of this book and the second I finished it I wanted to start reading it all over again Although the blurb on the back of the book compares Now Entering Addamsville to Stranger Things mixed with Buffy the Vampire Slayer, I would compare NEA to the episode of Supernatural we didn t know we needed This book follows 18 year old ghost hunter Zora Novak, who has been accused of burning down the house of and murdering the high school janitor because of her shaky past with arson Zora is hell bent on clearing her name and ridding her rural Indiana town of the creature responsible for the fires and subsequent murders On top of all of that, the crew of a well beloved ghost hunting show comes to town and threatens not only Zora s investigation, but also threatens her town This book has amazing characters that I wished that I was able to go on adventures and hunt fire starters with A fictional town that is so much like the small towns scattered across America, but with so much character that ll make you want to book a one way ticket And a plot that will leave you satisfied, on the edge of your seat, and craving a sequel as soon as you read the last word.I originally rated this book a 4.75 out of 5 stars, but I think I have to bump it up to 5 stars just because of how much fun this book was While I was reading I found myself thinking that it reminded me of a middle grade solely because of the sheer amount of fun AUTHORS, PLEASE BRING FUN BACK TO YA Also for those of you who have read Eliza and Her Monsters, this books is by no means any of the emotion or heartfelt moments Zappia beautifully weaves into that story She brings those elements into this book and those heartfelt moments make you all the grateful for the fun and upbeat moments ALSO, how is no one speaking about how the main character is an amputee, which I have never seen in YA I highly recommend this book for anyone regardless of if you re an avid reader or this is just a randomly stumbled across this book because everyone has something to gain from Francesca Zappia s writing I will be posting a spoiler filled review closer the release date

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    Thank you to HarperCollins and Edelweiss for proving an E arc in exchange for an honest review.

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    If this book doesn t get a sequel, I m rioting IT WAS THAT GOOD.

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    2.5 5 starsI loved the author s previous book, Eliza and Her Monsters So I was excited to get to read another YA book by this author.This book is a Young Adult contemporary book But it is mostly a YA paranormal story I do like ghosts But unfortunately this book does not focus on ghosts It focuses on other paranormal elements, which I didn t really like.The narrator is 18 year old high school student Zora Novak 1st person POV The story is set in Indiana A bunch of fires have been set And Zora is the lead suspect This book is being promoted as a mystery And yes there is a bit of a mystery to it But to me it mainly paranormal Zora can see ghosts But she can t hear them I really would have liked this book a lot if there had been a lot interaction between her and the ghosts Also if a book is going to be overly paranormal then I really need to be aware of this.What I did enjoy was Zora s relationship with her cousin Artemis This was one of my favorite things about this book They were a dynamic duo And I really enjoyed seeing them work together.I honestly struggled with this book so much I just had a really hard time getting into the story Zora and her family were definitely very unusual and interesting And the town was also very interesting I was expecting some romance, but there was really no romance in this story However there were some interesting reveals at the end of many of the chapters I thought that this added a lot to the book But overall this book just wasn t really for me.Thanks to edelweiss and Greenwillow Books for allowing me to read this book.

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    You can find this review on my blog Shades of Paper When your mom disappears, your dad goes to jail, and the whole town hates you on sight, sometimes you get it in your head to start doing stupid things to ease that anger Stupid things like hunting firestarters alone Now Entering Addamsville was one of my most anticipate releases of this year, and I was so excited to pick it up as soon as possible I ve adored the other two books I ve read by Francesca Zappia, and though I enjoyed this one and think it was a very interesting take on the ghost hunting theme, I don t know if it was the time when I read it or why, but I didn t love it as much as her other novels, which was kind of a bummer.It took me a while to get into the story, which was surprising to me I m pretty sure the main reason why that happened was because I was in the middle of a reading slump at the time, and felt a bit disconnected with the story at times because of that But as I kept reading I started to enjoy the story and found it of a quick read than what I imagined it to be at the very beginning.I think that the plot was very fun and entertaining Despite being a YA book it did feel a bit juvenile for me, and I m unsure if it was the author s intention or not, but some things were definitely a bit convenient and were solved quite quickly.I was also expecting Now Entering Addamsville to be much spookier than it was Though it had that eerie atmosphere that I adore in a paranormal mystery book, there was something about the tone that missed the point for me I would have loved it to be scarier, and most of the time this appeared as a contemporary with a some but little spookier elements in it I think it had some interesting elements, but she didn t take time to develop them, so I had pretty much the same information about them in the beginning and at the very end Mom always said it was her job to protect the town and its ghosts by solving mysteries no one else could see There were a lot of things that felt a bit repetitive and the pacing was a bit slow for my liking, and sometimes there was nothing happening and it seemed as though I was reading the exact same thing that happened a few scenes ago.When it comes to the characters, I have to say I have mixed feelings about them I appreciated a lot for the book to have some LGBT characters that took an important take on the story, but I feel they weren t as developed as I would have loved to see There were certain things that happened so suddenly and didn t have any transition so the reader could understand the reasons behind those changes in the characters, and the arcs especially our protagonist s were very plain and flat and didn t hit the mark for me.I loved the interactions between the characters and really appreciated the female friendships formed throughout the story and how precious they were, and also how this book didn t have any romance, which seems like a hard things to find these days, and this one had it, but I guess I was expecting much from them.Something that kind of bugged me but it was totally a me thing was everything that happened in the very last chapter Everything was solved but there was something that I m pretty sure was supposed to be a shocking revelation for the reader, but for me it was quite confusing and didn t really understand it, so that was a bit anticlimactic.Overall, Now Entering Addamsville was a very well written book and a solid novel for me I had my issues with the plot and characters, but that was me being critical and I think I would have enjoyed it had I not being in a reading slump Still, it left some questions unanswered that I would have loved to know about, but for the most part, it was quite a fun and entertaining story I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review This doesn t change my opinion whatsoever All thoughts are my own. I wonder sometimes if he had felt it coming and knew, one day, he wouldn t be strong enough to stop it I wonder if he feared it Actual rating 3.5 Thank you HarperCollins for giving me an ARC of this bookHOW DID I NOT KNOW THAT SHE WAS COMING OUT WITH A BOOK THIS YEAR And a mystery This is going to be WILD.Blog Twitter Instagram BlogLovin

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    6 24 2019 We have a cover and synopsis I m not so much of a fan for the cover, but the small town murder mystery premise is really compelling It s also ownvoices for the ace rep by the way so I m PUMPED 2 23 2019 There s a title change I personally liked Welcome to Adamsville , but I still need this like yesterday

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