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  • Nonfiction > Interviews
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    Isobel Harrop is a teenager who enjoys sea otters, 1960s design, and collecting stuff that she doesn’t need from second-hand shops. She comes from a town where nothing really happens but now is a university student in the south of England – “somewhere a bit more interesting.” The Isobel Jour...
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    Maggie Stiefvater is back with a new addition to her bestselling series, The Wolves of Mercy Falls. The companion novel, Sinner, takes readers in a completely new direction than its prequels, as it does not take place in the snowy town of Mercy Falls nor does it focus on the power couple, Sam and Gr...
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    Stephanie Kuehn’s debut novel, Charm & Strange, is exactly what it’s called, charming and strange. Charming in the sense that it’s so confusing it becomes captivating and strange in the sense that it’s, well, strange. The book centers on Andrew Winston Winters and it alternates chapters ...
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    The simplicity that makes up a Nancy Drew mystery is just too much for today’s generation to handle. It’s not the poor girl’s fault she isn’t the apple of every tween girl’s detective eye nowadays. Nancy just hasn’t aged with her audience. She doesn’t have the social media sites or the...
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    Nowadays it seems like all Young Adult Novels come stem from the same branch. We’ve got countless teenage girls looking for love, a few dozen too many vampires, and your standard coming of age story. We are so accustomed to reading what we know and love, reading what we find we can relate to in so...
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    When I received Suzy Zail’s Playing for the Commandant in the mail to review, I was immediately interested. It had only been two weeks since I had returned from a study tour run by my school’s Holocaust Studies program. I, along with forty of my classmates, two of my professors, and a Holocaust ...
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    There is plenty of historical fiction available for fans of Young Adult Literature. But however plentiful this subgenre may be, it is still lacking when it comes to variety. YA historical fiction seems to only focus on flappers and the high society members of nineteenth century New York. Rarely is t...
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    Due to the overwhelming amount of bullying that has gone on over the past few years, numerous novels have been published in hopes of enlightening new and future generations about the repercussions of harassment. Nearly all of these novels have been written from the point of view of victim. But Amand...
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    Although it can be read by a vast majority of age groups, Young Adult Literature is primarily for those amidst their teenage years. And Adult Literature, most commonly referred to as “regular” fiction, is mainly read by those aged twenty-five plus. But what about those twenty-somethings, what do...
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    You are probably asking yourself why. Why another dystopian novel? You probably have at least three if not five of them scattered throughout your personal libraries and there’s a good chance you don’t want another one, not even from the library, at least for a little while. Dystopian novels ...
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    Lady Charlotte is ready for a change. She’s been living in The Manor her entire life and she’s starting to feel restricted by the parameters set by society. She wants to go beyond The Manor’s grounds and out into the real world. She longs to do more with her life than pay calls and arrange me...
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    In Crissa-Jean Chappel’s third novel, More Than Good Enough, readers will find that Trent Osceola’s story isn’t that different from the average coming of age tale. However, some aspects of the novel will prove to be unique and will definitely spark interest in the book’s targeted audience. ...
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    She’s supposed to be the girl with the perfect life: the straight A’s, the pretty face, and the loving and supportive family. But the real Rachel Young is anything but perfect. Rachel’s got secrets. Secrets that could ruin the newly found happiness of her family. Measuring up to legacy left be...
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    Young Adult Fiction is for girls. That is a stereotype, but it’s a stereotype with some truth to it. YA is widely read by a female audience as its novels are generally written with a female point of view or are more appealing to a young girl. There is not one person or thing at fault for the lack ...
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    There are plenty of book-lovers who confine themselves to one genre. They get a thrill from a magic that doesn't exist on earth. Sometimes the truth is just too much to handle. Or maybe it's as simple as being comfortable and staying with what they know. But once in a while, a book is published and ...
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    At first glance, Deborah Noyes’ Plague in the Mirror appears to take readers of all genres on a fascinating and thrilling ride. But it won’t take long for them to see that this novel isn’t one for the history books. In order to distract her from her parents’ divorce, seventeen year old M...
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    Ruth Baron’s debut novel Defriended is a fresh and innovative mystery novel for teens; however, it’s not one to leave readers wanting more. Jason Moreland is your typical American Teenager. And it’s his love for the social network site Facebook that gets him trapped in the middle of a love...
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    Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet is not just a lie, but a cover up in an attempt for one Romeo Montague’s personal gain. He was promised immortality if and only if he murdered the person who trusted him most: his new wife, Juliet of the Capulets. But what Romeo didn’t foresee was that Juliet wou...
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    The Butterfly Clue’s Kate Ellison is back with a haunting new novel, Notes from Ghost Town. Olivia Tithe thinks she’s going crazy. Her best friend and first love Lucas Stern keeps popping up out of the blue. It wouldn’t bother her except for the fact that Stern’s dead. He was killed almost a...
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    Eddie Jones’ Dead Man’s Hand is a book that brings back the forgotten, but still beloved, Wild, Wild West. Fourteen year old Nick Caden travels with his bickering parents and bothersome younger sister to Deadwood Canyon Ghost Town, a vacation that, needless to say, wasn’t his first choice. Wit...
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    Cottages sit small and sweet Atop hills of emerald green. Each with a smoke stack brewing, Melting away an afternoon mist. Mysterious colors pierce dreary clouds Sending promises of sunshine. Carefully mounted before Sheephaven Bay, The Castle of Doe overlooks Yesterday’s future And tomor...
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    Cancer Stinks Not everyone has it But everyone hates it The treatments are nasty They cause pain and suffering Families cry Friends worry And children wonder why The patient’s sadness is hidden by their smile Hospital visits are never fun Not for you, or me, not for anyone Each nigh...
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    Your smile was there, On my first day of school. Through the good times and the bad. Your smile was here, When the rain wouldn’t stop, Your smile brightened my day. Your smile was here, As I played in my room, As I ran around the yard, As I arrived at your house, Your smile was there...

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