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Brookline goes ‘Asunder’

Author Jodi Meadows (right) with fan Sarah Heile.

Charlie Mahoney for The Boston Globe

Author Jodi Meadows (right) with fan Sarah Heile.

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Shenandoah Valley young adult novelist Jodi Meadows (right) celebrated the release of her new book, “Asunder,” a follow-up to “Incarnate,” with a party at the Brookline Booksmith. The “Hunger Games”-ish, “Twilight”-y series is about souls, love, reincarnation — and dragons. Guests at the launch included Meadows’s Boston-based literary agent Lauren MacLeod (a.k.a @BostonBookGirl on Twitter) and one of Meadows’s fans, Sarah Heile (left).

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