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Spellcaster by Claudia Gray
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From the first page to the last, author Claudia Gray caught my attention with her beautifully written novel, Spellcaster. Full of enriching details, cliff-hangers that will have you up reading all night long, and amazing characters with and... (more »)
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Feral Nights by Cynthia Leitich Smith
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“Being unique is all about being different.” ~Anonymous Well, whoever said that was completely right. In the novel Feral Nights by bestselling author Cynthia Leitich Smith, we get to meet a few people who experience that first hand every... (more »)
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Midnight City by J. Barton Mitchell
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An alien race known as the Assembly has taken over Earth, bringing the Tone with them. The Tone is a telepathically-broadcasted signal that takes over the minds of everyone above the age of eighteen. This means there is one group left untouched:... (more »)
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15 Days Without A Head by Dave Cousins
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I enjoyed this book a lot. Dave Cousins has a way with words that makes you forget all about the real world and drag you into the book itself. “15 Days Without a Head” is filled with drama, dilemma, and disaster: a perfect recipe for a... (more »)
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Far Far Away by Tom McNeal
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I enjoyed this book greatly. Tom McNeal has a way with words which tugs the reader alongside the characters in their journeys. McNeal plants sneaky clues before throwing his readers a shocking twist in the plot that had me facepalming for not... (more »)
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spellcaster by claudia gray
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To any girl losing a mother would be devastating, but for Nadia, a teenage budding witch, her parents divorce takes a much harder toll. Without her mother she will never become the full witch she dreams to be. Moving to a small town would help... (more »)
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Scarlet
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Cinder, the cyborg from planet Luna, returns in the second book of the bestselling Lunar Chronicles written by Marissa Meyer. Now, not only is she the laughing stock of the world for showing up to Prince Kai's ball with rain-drenched hair and a... (more »)
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the last free cat by jon blake
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The Last Free Cat Many people in the world have cats. Would you like to live in the world where cats are only owned by the very rich? Where cat breeding in controlled? Where the cats can get “cat flu”, a deadly sickness that can be... (more »)
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Spellcaster by Claudia Gray
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Nadia, her dad, and her little brother, Cole, have just moved to Captive’s Sound after Nadia’s mother abandoned them. Aside from the fact that Nadia’s a witch and her mother was teaching her how to use her powers, everything is fine. Until,... (more »)
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The Beginning of Everything by Robyn Schneider
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The Beginning of Everything by Robyn Schneider. HarperCollins Publishers, Sep. 2013. ARC received for review. The Beginning of Everything is a book about how new and sometimes good beginnings can start from bad endings. In this book, Ezra... (more »)
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Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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I believe there are three types of books: those that are read and liked but never thought about again, those that are remembered and loved – perhaps even read again. Finally, there are books that change people's lives. Eleanor & Park is one of... (more »)
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The Sweet Dead Life by Joy Preble
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Every broken family hides their secrets, problems, and dreams. While battling an unexplainable sickness, living without a father who disappeared, and a mother who fell into a strange depression, Jenna continues to go through her 8th grade school... (more »)
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Unravel Me by Tahereh Mafi
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Caught in the middle of a war between good and evil, Juliette is forced to make a decision: stand with those who have tortured her for years in order to access her powers, or join the strangers just like her that she has never heard of. After... (more »)
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The Lost Sun by Tessa Gratton This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Tessa Gratton, author of The Blood Journals, has started a new series: The United States of Asgard. The first book is The Lost Sun. Let me start out by saying that this is not an ordinary adventure book. Tessa Graton combines Viking gods with the... (more »)
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If You Could Be Mine by Sara Farizan
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Sahar and Nasrin have been best friends for eleven years. Ever since then, they’ve been in love. The two have kissed, pretended to get married, and dreamed of a future where they could be together. But that kind of future is forbidden in Iran;... (more »)
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Far Far Away by Tom McNeal This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Suspense and mystery – two intriguing and thought-provoking elements in Far Far Away – are revealed by the sober cover art as soon as the reader picks up the book. These feelings continue once you start reading. A small, corrupt town where... (more »)
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