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Book Review: 'Nova' by Margaret Fortune

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – science fiction is an underrepresented genre in YA, and I can’t quite figure out why. There are plenty of sci-fi books out there, but I love how in the context of YA it becomes a unique, creative vehicle for a character-driven or coming-of-age story. 710 more words

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Book Review: 'Nearly Found' by Elle Cosimano

I love a good mystery, and I don’t think I’m alone in that – just ask fans of Veronica Mars, Columbo or Sherlock. And based off the popularity of the million and seven versions of CSI currently on the air, people are more than a little intrigued at the prospect of solving a case using forensic science. 662 more words

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20 Questions with 'Nearly Found' Author Elle Cosimano

To celebrate the release of Elle Cosimano’s Nearly Found, the sequel to last year’s Nearly Gone, Elle was game enough to tackle The Daily Quirk… 762 more words

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'The Wrath and the Dawn' Blog Tour - A Review and Giveaway of Renee Ahdieh's Epic Fantasy

Finally! Renee Ahdieh’s The Wrath and the Dawn is probably the first book I’ve read in 2015 that felt like a truly immersive, page-turning experience. I’ve read plenty of good, but not totally fulfilling, books this year and it was so nice to read something so original and engaging for a change. 1,004 more words

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