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    Not too long ago, I remember watching this episode of FOX's tv show The Following. In the episode, Ryan Hardy needed to find a serial killer who literally hunted his victims like animals. The reason I bring this up is because the killer involved his young son in his murders, from cleaning his blad...
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    Where is the line that separates revenge from redemption? Hope from hopelessness? Or even madness from reality? These questions are what blur the line in "Schizo" by Nic Sheff. In San Francisco, Miles Cole is a teenager struggling with intense schizophrenia and high school life. He feels guilty ...
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    Boy Meets Boy by David Levithan   Romance novels are usually a tricky genre in literature (especially young adult literature). Whether they be directed to a gay or straight audience, a romance novel has to find that right balance of using certain kinds of tropes and adding twists to them. If ...
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    As you may know, I fell in love with Kyell Gold's "Green Fairy", seeing as it as a spiritual marvel and an amazing dive into the psyche of a gay teenager. Because of this, I honestly didn't know what to make of the next book in the Dangerous Spirits series, "Red Devil&qu...
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    Trevor veered to the right. He had already spotted her, spotted the bright red dress she wore. In the dim light of the gym's soft dance floor and loud music, he made out Ana's slim figure in the distance, spotted her eyes that shone in the light. While most guys would smirk at her...
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    My Review of Sin City Based off the graphic novel of the same, this neo-noir crime film is said to be one of the most artistically put together films of all time. Never having read the series of graphic novels by Frank Miller, or heard of Sin City, I decided to check it out. And honestly, I r...
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    My Review of Green Fairy by Kyell Gold For those of you that don't know, Kyell Gold is a very famous author in the furry community, mostly known for making both gay and adult novels with anthropomorphic characters in them. The reason I bring this up is because Green Fairy is Kyell Gold...
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    Better get ready for the flaming hate mail – I did not like Will Grayson, Will Grayson. Actually, let me rephrase that: I didn't like it as much as John Green's and David Levithan's other books. Don't get me wrong: when I heard this novel was written by two of my favorite authors, I was instantly ...
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    I'm just gonna say it ahead of time: I hate the Twilight Saga. I despise every single thing in this. The plot, the pacing, the characters, the writing, all of it! Comprised of the books 'Twilight', 'New Moon', 'Eclipse', and 'Breaking Dawn', this bo...
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    This happens to be the first book by famed young adult author John Green, and also the first John Green book I ever read. And I'm going to be honest with you, I had low expectations on Looking For Alaska, because I didn't know how good John Green was at the time. But after reading this...
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    Who knew you could learn a bit about World War I through science fiction? That's what the Leviathan trilogy, composed of the three books 'Leviathan', 'Behemoth', and 'Goliath' kind of do. I remember when this trilogy came out, back when I was in middle school...
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    This book made me cry. Need I say more? Seriously though, this is a book coming from one of my favorite authors, who is best known for tugging at the heartstrings. I remember going to my book club and hearing this was next on the list. I thought it would be just good, but instead, I rea...
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    Heat By: Domus Vocis Karen awoke from her sleep. She shifted her body to find an empty spot. Duncan was gone, probably left early to get more supplies. Even with the intense heat from outside, Karen felt cold without her older brother's arms around her. Groaning,...
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    Athan was slipping away, allowing his body to appear on the other side of the galaxy. He had to get there, get to Titan before his home was destroyed. It was an experience he would never see again. Ever. He began to breathe, and upon opening his eyes, saw a bright light that nearly engulf...
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    I heard about this book series in my local library, and decided to give it a try. At first, I thought it would be like any thriller novel series. But instead, I got myself into a world of surprise, thrills, and good horror. Comprised of five books, this series has very good character developme...
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    My Review of 'The Legend trilogy' by Marie Lu This most recent young adult dystopia trilogy, in my opinion, is just perfect. This book trilogy, consisting of the books 'Legend', 'Prodigy', and 'Champion', is extremely well-thought out, even better than ...
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    everyday by David Levithan A long time ago, one of my closest friends told me about a book she really wanted me to read, a book called 'everyday' by David Levithan. After a while, the suggestion faded away into memory. But recently, I came across that same book in a library and decide...
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    Asher was in heaven, the beat and hum of distant music fueled his euphoria. His skin crawled to what he saw before him in the night club. He was seeing colors never discovered, lights that blinded him like a spotlight in the dark, laughter that echoed around his head. Asher felt off his feet, he fel...

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