TBR and Beyond Tours: Etta Invincible by Reese Eschmann

Etta Invincible by Reese Eschmann

Release Date: July 12th, 2022

Publisher: Aladdin

Genre: Middle Grade Contemporary

Pages: 368

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Synopsis

A girl with hearing loss and a boy adjusting to life in a new country connect through their love of comics and get entangled in their own fantastical adventure.

Twelve-year-old Etta Johnson has Loud Days where she can hear just fine and Quiet Days where sounds come from far away and she gets to retreat into her thoughts. Etta spends most of her time alone, working on her comic book about Invisible Girl, the superhero who takes down super villain Petra Fide and does all the things Etta thinks she can’t.

But when Louisa May Alcott, a friendly Goldendoodle from across the street, disappears, Etta and the dog’s boy, Eleazar, must find their inner heroes to save her. The catch? LMA has run onto a magical train that mysteriously arrived at the station near Etta and Eleazar’s houses. On-board, they discover each train car is its own magical world with individual riddles and challenges that must be solved before they can reach the engine room and rescue LMA.

Only, the stakes are even higher than they thought. The train’s magic is malfunctioning and spreading a purple smoke called The Fear through the streets of Chicago. Etta and Eleazar are the only ones who can save the city, save Louisa May Alcott—and save each other.


Meet the Author

Reese Eschmann holds a Master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Illinois-Chicago and worked in schools for six years. When she’s not writing or taking naps, Reese enjoys rock climbing, baking, and making movies with her family. She lives outside of Chicago with her husband and their hound dog. Etta Invincible is her debut novel.

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TBR and Beyond Tours Schedule: Etta Invincible

July 18th
Nine Bookish Lives – Interview
The Book Dutchesses – Promotional Post

July 19th
The Bookwyrm’s Den – Review
Justice For Readers – Promotional Post
Rajiv’s Reviews – Review

July 20th
Anjali Writes And Reads – Review
PopTheButterfly Reads – Review

July 21st
Melancholic Blithe – Interview
Tirilu – 15 Reactions While Reading Etta Invincible
Paiges of Novels – Top 5 Reasons to Read Etta Invincible & Favorite Quotes

July 22nd
Stuck in Fiction – Promotional Post
Jen Jen Reviews – Review

July 23rd
Inkhaven – Top 5 Reasons to Read Etta Invincible
The Momma Spot – Review
Sheaf and Ink – Promotional Post

July 24th
Kait Plus Books – Interview
The Nutty Bookworm Reads Alot – Review


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