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If I Was Your Girl, by Meredith Russo Spending years as a lost toy, both loved and unloved, humbles the little rabbit, and teaches him how to love and be loved in return. Except Karou is beginning to doubt the story of her life that has been told to her: why is her hair naturally blue, why is she entrusted to gather human teeth and bring them to the other world…and who is Akiva, a stranger who shows up with tragic answers to a past Karou is desperate to find. Sam is stuck, literally, figuratively, emotionally, financially. Named one of the best YA books of all time by Rolling Stone magazine, Coyle’s post-apocalyptic page-turner deals with some pretty heady stuff: religion, capitalism, and identity. Frankie’s wickedly fun iconoclasm will engage you, but Lockhart’s bright clarity of writing and delicious word manipulation will keep you enthralled. One of Us is Lying, by Karen M. McManus And...I'll give the rest a go. from Portland, Oregon is reading, JamieMarriage A psychological thriller as gripping as it is disturbing. Like fast-paced, gripping suspense? Little does Dimple know that Insomnia Con comes with its own surprises—mainly Rishi Patel, the boy who Dimple’s parents have secretly set her up with in a suggested arranged marriage. Just the Basic Adult Responsibility package will make you want to tear your hair out. I flew through Before I Fall in nearly one sitting, and I defy anyone to do otherwise. But what happens when "better" means truly, completely, absolutely permanent? Tor Seidler's The Wainscott Weasel is the story of an eccentric who becomes truly exceptional after organizing a rescue effort that crosses class lines and works toward making the Wainscott Woods a truly diverse, inclusive neighborhood. Basically, there were many adults that loved it and few could tell me why. To say any more of this intricate plot would do the reader a severe disservice, because the trilogy is brutally shocking and absolutely absorbing. After crash-landing in the middle of a desert, an aviator meets a strange little boy: an alien travelling from world to world, meeting people. A princess who believes herself to be completely unremarkable becomes embroiled in a secret marriage, a war to protect a kingdom, and a prophecy that says against all reason, she will be the one to save them all. An Interview with the Women Who Wrote ‘Monster, She Wrote’, The Holidays Are Here: How to Take Care of Yourself, Cover & Synopsis Reveal: "The Paradox Twins" by Joshua Chaplinsky, Why NaNoWriMo is a Terrible Idea, But I Keep Doing it Anyway, Conjuring Strength Through Poetry: Battling the Slasher Movie in Your Head, Paying Respects to Ursula K. Le Guin: The Queen of Spec-Fic. Iva-Marie Palmer lives with her family in a book-laden house just outside Los Angeles. In Jane Yolen's YA novel, plans to help Arthur gain the throne by pulling the sword from the stone come to an unexpected end when someone else takes the blade instead, leaving Merlinnus and the young Arthur scrambling for a fix. They have to earn the measure of happiness that the recieve. - Endings, http://www.burnbright.com.au/category/jamies-reviews/, Why The Punisher Has No Place In The Police Department, Trying to Juggle Writing AND Parenting? But Murphy’s law is in full effect as Charlie must juggle a series of escalating disasters, her complicated feelings for two different, guys, and the oncoming changes she and her family are, escape from under the thumb of her parents, particularly her overbearing mother, who’s on a quest to find Dimple the “Ideal Indian Husband.” The summer program for wannabe tech developers like her is the perfect, ishi Patel, the boy who Dimple’s parents have, thousands of miles from her hometown and her deeply embarrassing mother. The Lightning Thief (Percy Jackson and the Olympians, #1) Rick Riordan (Goodreads Author) Female of the Species, by Mindy McGinnis Maybe it’s because the commonly used themes of identity, love, and friendship are universal. Okay, where is A Series of Unfortunate Events??