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    Twist and Turn “No stone is left unturned” in Dan Brown’s 2009 novel The Lost Symbol (Brown,11). Robert Langdon takes the lead, once again, in compelling readers to follow him into the intense and surreal stories created by this bestselling author. Although The Lost Symbol is Dan Brown’...
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    Fallout? I think not... In Ellen Hopkins’ third and final addition to the Crank trilogy, entitled Fallout (published in 2010), Kristina Georgia Snow is somehow still finding trouble. However, this time the author takes a completely different direction with her “beloved” main character. By ...
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    Easter hand grenades, swarms of stinging bees, and rabid animal bites were only a few of the ways the infamous Rant Casey liked to spend his time. In Chuck Palahniuk’s novel Rant (published in 2007), much of Casey’s life and actions were told through the eyes of others, telling the fascinating s...
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    A two-day road trip with an ex-boyfriend? This is not how eighteen year-old Courtney McSweeney wanted to spend her trip to college...at least not anymore. In Lauren Barnholdt’s novel Two-Way Street, the most unlikely of couples goes on an even more unlikely trip. Jordan Richman and Courtney McSwee...
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    Have you ever wished that you could relive a day? In Lauren Oliver’s novel Before I Fall, Samantha Kingston gets that chance. Published by HarperCollins publishing group in 2010, this book has already become a best-seller, thanks to Oliver’s magnificent way of story-telling. Throughout the book,...
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    A seemingly perfect family of four, an extremely well-guarded secret, and a long-lost, and unwanted, relative are only a few of the things that contribute to the overwhelming intensity of V.C. Andrews’ If There Be Thorns. The third saga in a series of four, published by Vanda General Partnership, ...

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