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Glow (The Plated Prisoner Series Book 4)

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This is not a YA book to be handed to a young child lightly. It is quite horrifying what these women were subject to. The way they were treated, dismissed and intentionally (by all accounts) poisoned. I would say if you wouldn't be comfortable giving a potential reader Night by Elie Wiesel, then I would also withhold Glow. While Night is far more horrific based how humans are treated (and certainly that there are so many humans affected), I could see Glow being just as upsetting to a young teen. Meanwhile, Lydia's chapters are told in letter format to her sweetheart Walter, away at war. She's a painter as well, and works to support the war effort at a watch-face painting factory (did you know there was such a thing? I didn't.) The girls there are glad for the job, but mysteriously, begin to fall ill, and it's not pretty what happens to them. Lydia begins to suspect that somehow, the glowing material they use for the watch paint is connected. This book is told in two parts, present and the past. In the present, artist Julie discovers some old paintings in a thrift store that glow-in-the-dark. In the daylight, the pictures are normal, but when they glow they portray disturbing and gruesome images. Wanting to know more, Julie begins hunting through thrift stores for additional paintings. Her artistic love leads her on a journey to recreate the type of glow-in-the-dark paint the original artist used, but despite Julie's best efforts she is unable to duplicate the results. Lantern Light Overlays, Lamp Light Overlay, Magic Light Photoshop Overlays, Christmas Overlays, Light Beams Overlay, Light Rays Overlay This glimmering, gorgeous book is a gentle story that showcases the amazing celebrations of light across different communities. It is truly a diverse and inclusive book. As well as highlighting many important religious and culture events (without specifically naming any of them), it also includes mixed race families, same-sex parents, children with disabilities, and a range of body sizes.

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Glow is a young adult novel by Megan E. Bryant that sheds light on a dark time in American history. Julie (Jubilee) Chase, a high school graduate who was looking forward to attending College only to have it postponed due to her mother's debt issues. When the bank was about to foreclose on their mortgage, Julie cashed out her college fund to buy the house. She harbors resentment towards her mother for having to lose her college fund, putting her dreams on hold, while her mom seems to not be bothering to find a job. Julie's friend Lauren is from a well-to-do family and is off to college leaving Julie behind. This creates a rift between the two, bringing the worst out of the both of them. Attempting to salvage their friendship they head off for a fun day of shopping (Lauren's idea), and Julie buys a painting at Lost and Found consignment store. When darkness blankets Julie's room the painting reveals a glowing secret artwork that ignites her curiosity. She becomes obsessed with finding more paintings by the same artist, and attempts to re-create the technique. Julie has no idea that the technique involves the "radium girls" who unknowingly poisoned themselves while painting numbers on watch dials used to help soldiers see the time more accurately during WWI. When I was first asked to read and review Megan E. Bryant's Glow, I was instantly intrigued by the Radium Girls aspect. As a chemistry graduate student, I'm always interested in (1) anything that has do with science and (2) seeing how factory workers' conditions once were, especially regarding the case of radium.

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Julie, who's world has just crashed around her, finds some old paintings in thrift stores and discovers a hidden secret in them when the lights go out. She becomes obsessed with her "summer project" of recreating the art and finding out who the artist is. However, she soon realizes there is something more sinister in the glowing artwork... something that may put Julie and those she loves at risk.

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