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    Legend is a futuristic dystopian novel, written by Marie Lu. The conflict is created by the Republic, a big brother type government which organizes everything. The story behind the Republic slowly unfolds as the book progresses, and with it, the stories of June and Day. June is a prodigy—she’...
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    Kristen Tracy’s book Sharks & Boys seems like it should be a harmless, feel good book you can relax with. The cover and description make it out to be a fun romance, but when the book is actually opened, the reader might question whether the cover was lying. It does have some elements of a feel...
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    The Indians of the Island of the Blue Dolphins have been massacred by foreign Alaskan Aleuts. Only the women and a few men remain alive. They struggle to survive now. When a ship sent by the Santa Barbara Missions comes to rescue them from the island, they all agree to leave. The ship is sailing awa...
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    Marcus does role play, he plays video games, he knows everything about computers…and somehow he’s not an ultra nerd? Yeah, that’s about it. I guess I’ll buy it, because it makes for a pretty exciting book. It’s sometime in the unspecified future. Marcus and his friends ditch school to d...
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    Who doesn’t have at least some vague knowledge of Helen of Troy’s story? Stolen away from her husband, she started a ten year war that caused the destruction of the great city Troy. That’s almost all we know. The rest is left to the imagination. Esther Friesner says this is why she began her b...
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    It’s 1906. Mattie’s Pa, and everyone else, expects her to get married and settle down. Mattie can’t stand the idea. Her ambition is to attend college in New York and become a writer. She could do it, too. She’s worked hard and earned a scholarship. There are so many things in the way, though...
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    Mom had made me wear blue. Yeah, Mom, thanks. You just made me—us, actually, our family—the object of every scathing look from The Aunts Gertrude And Eunice. You wear black to funerals. Even I know that. You do not wear bright blue, no matter if it was your five year-old cousin’s favorite ...

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