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Review: The Midnight Society by Rhonda Sermon

“Gorgeous!” About the book: Cate was always different. Five years of witness protection has made her an outcast. When the world and everyone except her seem to freeze at the bus stop one day, she feels more alone than ever. … Continue reading

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A Mortal Song by Megan Crewe

Gloriously imaginative! Description from Goodreads: Sora’s life was full of magic–until she discovered it was all a lie. Heir to Mt. Fuji’s spirit kingdom, Sora yearns to finally take on the sacred kami duties. But just as she confronts her … Continue reading

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Never Evers by Tom Ellen & Lucy Ivison

  “Perfectly pitched comedy for younger teens”   Never Evers is the story of Mouse, a 14-year-old girl, who has returned to her former school after failing to make the grade at ballet school, and Jack, also fourteen, and the … Continue reading

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Unboxed by Non Pratt

“Non Pratt is always right on the money as far as friendships go.” Four friends meet at their old school to open a memory box they hid there when they were thirteen. They had been an unlikely bunch who grew … Continue reading

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The Masked Maiden by HD Gordon

Official blurb: No good deed goes unpunished, and no one understands this better than 17-year-old Aria Fae. Recently cast out of a secret supernatural organization where she’d spent her entire existence, Halfling Aria Fae is just getting used to her … Continue reading

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Ink and Bone by Rachel Caine

Official blurb: Knowledge is power. Power corrupts. In a world where the ancient Great Library of Alexandria was never destroyed, knowledge now rules the world: freely available, but strictly controlled. Owning private books is a crime. Jess Brightwell is the … Continue reading

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Remix by Non Pratt

In my opinion, friends are just about the most important thing in a young person’s life. Clearly there’s also food and housing and health and mental health and love and sex and somewhere on the list we ought to add … Continue reading

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