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Unspoken – Is It Worth Speaking About?

Book Review : Unspoken The Lynburn Legacy By Sarah Rees Brennan Spoiler Alert! Summary Kami Glass loves someone she’s never met . . . a boy she’s talked to in her head ever since she was born. She wasn’t silent … Continue reading

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“Legend” – A New Voice In the Young Adult Dystopian Genre

Book Review : Legend by Marie Lu Spoiler Alert! The Republic is at war with its neighbors, the Colonies. Within the Republic, the government dictates each person’s life which is determined by their score at the Trial. June, is the … Continue reading

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“Michael Vey: The Prisoner of Cell 25” – The New Heros Are Geeks

Michael Vey : The Prisoner of Cell 25 by Richard Paul Evans Spoiler Alert! Michael Vey is small for being 14 years old, has Tourette’s, gets tortured by bullies, has a crush on the most popular cheerleader and has one … Continue reading

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“Heist Society” – A Fantastical, Improbable Story In The Style of “Ocean’s Eleven”

Book Review : Heist Society by Ally Carter Katarina Bishop has left the family business to attend an all girls school in America, which she conned her way into because they would never let her in if they knew the … Continue reading

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