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WHAT IF THE FUTURE WAS HISTORY TO YOU?

As her high school graduation draws near, Glory O’Brien begins having powerful and terrifying visions of the future as she struggles with her long-buried grief over her mother’s suicide. 313 more words

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NO CLEAR ANSWERS TO ANYTHING

Brilliant, luminous YA novel featuring zen sayings, flow charts, communication after death, pizza delivery technicians and a sentient pagoda. I can’t say enough good things about Please Ignore Vera Dietz! 184 more words

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Top Ten Tuesday-Ten Characters I Wish I Could Check in With 4/7/15

This week’s Top Ten Tuesday, hosted by The Broke and the Bookish, is about favorite characters that we would love to follow with long after their stories on the page end. 278 more words

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Book Review: Everybody Sees the Ants

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Everybody Sees the Ants is a novel by A.S. King that follows the story of Lucky Linderman, a 15-year-old boy whose life is just a series of misfortunes. 744 more words

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The Adventures of Lou Merriwether, Psychopomp

Gunslinging, chain smoking, Stetson-wearing Taoist psychopomp, Elouise “Lou” Merriwether might not be a normal 19-year-old, but she’s too busy keeping San Francisco safe from ghosts, shades, and geung si to care much about that.

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Alienation and Loss through the End of the World

I recently read three novels that really drove home the importance of using a somewhat bizarre premise to get to the Truth.  Vivian Apple at the End of the World… 321 more words

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