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  • Review: State of Grace by Hilary Badger

    In a pristine utopian society, the teens that inhabit the picturesque landscape reside in huts, live on fruit and frolic all day long, all thanks to Dot. A Messiah that created paradise. The oneRead More
  • Review: A Thousand Pieces of You by Claudia Grey

    The Firebird is a scientific marvel, a complex pendant allowing dimensional travel where Marguerite now finds herself hunting her father’s killer. Paul Markov was undergraduate student,Read More
  • Review: The Troop by Nick Cutter

    I frequently make a joke about having worms. I’m often hungry due to my stupid metabolism. It’s a long-running joke, but guess who isn’t going to be making jokes about having worms after readingRead More
  • Review: The Imaginary by A. F Harrold

    Rudger is an imaginary friend, created through imagination and exists because Amanda believes in him. Days spend playing, imagining wild adventures, until the day Mr Bunting came knocking. AmandaRead More

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Review: State of Grace by Hilary Badger

In a pristine utopian society, the teens that inhabit the picturesque landscape reside in huts, live on fruit and frolic all day long, all thanks to Dot. A Messiah that created paradise. The one hundred strong community live by the Books of Dot,
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Review: A Thousand Pieces of You by Claudia Grey

The Firebird is a scientific marvel, a complex pendant allowing dimensional travel where Marguerite now finds herself hunting her father’s killer. Paul Markov was undergraduate student, working under her father on the Firebird project,
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Raging Star by Moira Young

The Free Hawks are determined to fight for the freedom of the citizens of New Eden, not just the Chosen Ones DeMalo deems worthy. The right to fresh water, land and safety. They’re fighting for the children imprisoned in camps where they
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Review: The Troop by Nick Cutter

I frequently make a joke about having worms. I’m often hungry due to my stupid metabolism. It’s a long-running joke, but guess who isn’t going to be making jokes about having worms after reading The Troop? That’s right. Me. As much as I wanted
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Review: The Imaginary by A. F Harrold

Rudger is an imaginary friend, created through imagination and exists because Amanda believes in him. Days spend playing, imagining wild adventures, until the day Mr Bunting came knocking. Amanda knew something wasn’t right with the man,
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The Walled City by Ryan Graudin

It’s the city of crime, vagrants, drug dealers, prostitution and no place for a fourteen year old girl. Jin has posed as a boy and fights for survival each day on the mean streets of the Walled City of Hak Nam for the past two years.
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Review: A Little Something Different

Surely Gabe and Lea will figure out that they are meant to be together… The staff at the local Starbucks can see the subtle smiles. The take away delivery driver can tell that you in all his years, no two people have ever ordered the exact
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Review: Forty Acres by Dwayne Alexander Smith

Martin finds out that his glittering new friends are part of a secret society dedicated to the preservation of the institution of slavery—but this time around, the black men are called “Master.” Joining them seems to guarantee a future without
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Review: Black Ice by Becca Fitzpatrick

But playing nice is hard, especially when Britt is unsure whether Mason, gorgeous and sexy, is the enemy or an ally. And as she begins to lose track of who is in control it is only a matter of time before things turn deadly… Britt has always
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New Releases for November Week 4, 2014

Lovely Wild by Megan Hart Brought up in the savage captivity of her unstable grandmother’s rural Pennsylvania home, Mari Calder once yearned for rescue. Now she struggles every day to function as an adult in the confines of normal society.
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