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The Line by Teri Hall

An invisible, uncrossable physical barrier encloses the United States. The Line is the part of the border that lopped off part of the country, dooming the inhabitants to an unknown fate when the enemy used a banned weapon. 661 more words

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Judge a Book by the Cover (29)

They say not to judge a book by its cover, but like many, a stunning cover can make me read a book. There is so many gorgeous YA book covers out there and this feature is to show some that caught my eyes. 14 more words

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Judge a Book by the Cover (3)

They say not to judge a book by its cover, but like many, a stunning cover can make me read a book. There is so many gorgeous YA book covers out there and this feature is to show some that caught my eyes. 50 more words

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Mini Spring Cleaning Giveaway! (closed)

Hello gentle reader,

I thought of hosting a big Spring Cleaning Giveaway to clear a few bookshleves but I found I couldn’t part with the majority of my beloved books. 210 more words

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Away by Teri Hall

Away is the second book in The Line series by Teri Hall. While the first book provided a lot of background on the  Unified States, a resistance group called the “collaborators” and those abandoned across the “Line”, … 129 more words

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The Line by Teri Hall

The Line is really a book laying the groundwork to a larger series about a country that has been torn apart and split by a corrupted government called the Unified States. 40 more words

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The Line by Teri Hall

It’s not always true what they say about not judging books by covers. A book with a strong, evocative cover tells me that someone believed in it enough to put in the sweat to create a design that works. 454 more words

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