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The Fault in Our Stars by John Green

I don't think anyone could depict this book any better than Jodi Picoult did when she described it as, "Electric...filled with staccato bursts of humor and tragedy." The Fault in Our Stars isn't your average story about a teenager fighting cancer. It's a story about a teenager LIVING with cancer in every sense of the… Continue reading The Fault in Our Stars by John Green

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All That Remains by Al Barrera

All That Remains is definitely a slow burn. It could fall under the “zombie”, “post-apocalyptic” story categories, but has a few unexpected twists to set it slightly apart from the rest. Though the cause of the “zombie apocalypse” is not plainly laid out, one can entertain a few ideas and scenarios, which gives the story-line… Continue reading All That Remains by Al Barrera

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The Girl From the Well by Rin Chupeco

The Girl From the Well had the potential to be a terrifying horror story, but, instead, came across as an unsuccessful combination of what feels like, potential, multiple stories. The plot was, somewhat, confusing and rushed. The point of view seems to skip back and forth between 1st and 3rd person at unusual times, and… Continue reading The Girl From the Well by Rin Chupeco

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Everland byWendy Spinale

Everland is imaginative and adventurous. It truly has a creative twist on the old tale of Peter Pan, which illustrates Peter's philosophy of "One girl is more use than twenty boys," (J.M. Barrie). The author captures the essence of the emotional story of an orphan while captivating the reader with a true sense of adventure… Continue reading Everland byWendy Spinale