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Up to this Pointe by Jennifer Longo: A YA Book both Ethereal and Earthy

Up to this Pointe begins like many ballet books do, but it doesn’t stay that way.  Up to this Pointe opens with Harper, our heroine, preparing to dance “Snow” in The Nutcracker.   469 more words

The Imposter Queen

Title: The Imposter Queen
Author: Sarah Fine
Series: The Imposter Queen #1
Recommended for: Grade 6 & up
Pages: 432
Call Number/Link:  Teen Fiction Fine, S… 424 more words


The Raven Cycle

Publisher: Scholastic Press

Publication Date: September 18,2 014

Pages: 331

I came to The Raven Cycle late but nevertheless it has quickly become my favorite series. 443 more words

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Review: WARRIOR KIDS by Michael J Bowler

With the ever-increasing popularity of The Hunger Games, the Divergent series and even The Giver making it to the ‘big screen’ as well as flying off bookstore shelves, dystopian young adult and new adult fiction comes in all shapes and sizes. 803 more words

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Review: Throne of Glass

Throne of Glass series by Sarah J. Maas

(review includes Throne of Glass, Crown of Midnight, Heir of Fire, and Queen of Shadows)

Rating: 5/5 stars… 704 more words

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By T. Rae Mitchell

New Adult Urban Fantasy / Released Sept 2015 by Original Mix Media 300 Pages

Lace up your tennis shoes for the non-stop action in MAGIC BREW as the supernatural gang the Forsaken battle to get back to their own turf after a summit meeting goes south. 72 more words

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Review: The Lighthouse Thief - Bo Burnette

The Lighthouse Thief – Bo Burnette

Title: The Lighthouse Thief

Author: Bo Burnette

Release Date: June 19, 2015

Publisher: Tabbystone Press

Format: eBook

Page Number: 460 more words