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The Inexplicable Logic of My Life by Benjamin Alire Sáenz (2017)

Rating: 4.7 Stars Short Summary: Senior year of high school forces Sal to examine the many aspects of his life that he does not understand against a backdrop of many of life’s hardships. I’ve been so excited for this book … Continue reading

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Caraval by Stephanie Garber (2017)

Rating: 5 Stars. Well, let me just begin with this: Caraval will more than likely be one of my top five favourite books of 2017. I’ll probably go through about 100 more books this year and I still feel comfortable … Continue reading

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You in Five Acts by Una La Marche (2016)

Rating: 4 Stars. Having read Una La Marche before (and loving Like No Other), and other such specialized art school stories, this book was pretty much what I had expected it to be. I did enjoy the alternate perspectives on … Continue reading

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Dreamology by Lucy Keating (2016)

Rating: 3.5 Stars Recommended to me by a trusted book seller, I was pretty excited about reading this book, and not to mention, I felt quite in love with the cover. It was a pretty cool concept, and I was … Continue reading

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The Sun is Also a Star by Nicola Yoon (2016)

Rating: 5 Stars. It is rare, but every now and again, you find a book that floors you, leaves you weeping and with a heavy book hangover that no book will compare to for a very long time. This was … Continue reading

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Holding up the Universe by Jennifer Niven (2016)

Rating: 4.3 stars Jennifer Niven has been on the outskirts of my radar since “All the Bright Places” but a former student alerted me to this new piece, and it certainly impressed me. Niven has done an excellent job once … Continue reading

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