Critics on BREAKFAST WITH NERUDA
"Character-driven, funny, lyrical." --New York Public Library Bibliophile blog
"Moe uses lyrical language to introduce teenagers whose problems go beyond bullying or unrequited love. She treats Michael's unusual home situation with realistic grace, while the relationship between the two teenagers is organic and interesting. A summer long punishment becomes a sensitive, thoughtful novel." --Kirkus Reviews
"There is a beautiful relationship between two teens who connect over poems of Neruda...
and their ever-witty banter." --Voya Magazine
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