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Teen Book Review: The Scar Boys by Len Vlahos

The Scar Boys is currently one of my favorite books I have read in the past few years. Myself being a musician playing guitar, I could connect to this story on a personal level. You do not have to be a musician to enjoy this book though. The Scar Boys exemplifies what is like to […]

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Book Review: Sekret by Lindsay Smith

“An empty mind is a safe mind.” This quote underscores the main theme of Sekret by debut author Lindsay Smith in describing Russia‚Äôs culture. With a flair of YA touch and the supernatural, Smith isn’t someone who is incapable of spelling. In fact, this is intentional. The setting of this book is in 1960’s USSR, […]

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Teen Book Review: The Hit by Melvin Burgess

The Hit by Melvin Burgess began with a promising concept: a drug called Death that plagues a society in the near future. This drug provides the victim with one week of pure bliss, including anything they could ever ask for in terms of riches, power, intelligence, and romantic partners – however, after the week is […]

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