Maggie made it to the late bus and did her best to shield her face from the view of the driver.
“What stop?” the driver asked without even looking at her. 3,620 more words
by Kelly Loy Gilbert
“He leads me to the stand. I can’t look at my dad. Maybe he’s been wrong about a lot of things, but this is the one he got the most wrong: there are much lonelier places than a pitcher’s mound, and there are much deeper tests of who you are.” 667 more words
Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs
Young Adult, Horror/Fiction
Quite honestly, I hated this book. I was a few chapters in and I could not finish it. 94 more words