In January, I reread A Wish After Midnight. I could've read the new cover (which looks even better in person) but I ended up reading the first self published editon.
It felt familiar and comfortable. For me there's something about rereading the words that have already been already read.
From the back cover
Genna is a fifteen year old girl who wants out of tough Brooklyn neighborhood. But she gets more than she bargained for when a wish gone awry transports her back to Civil War - Era Brooklyn, Genna must use all of her wits to survive. In tradition of Octavia Butler's Kindred and Madeleine L'Engle's A Wrinkle In Time, A Wish After Midnight is affecting and inspiring tale of a fearless young woman's fight to hold on to her individuality and her humanity in two different worlds.