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Review: Paper Towns by John Green

Paper Towns was a fun, fast paced story. John Green has some really interesting ways of putting words together, making for some really good laughs and had plenty of teenage angst, for those of you who thrive on such feelings of oppression and hard-done-by-ness. However, I also found myself thinking, “that doesn’t seem like something that […]
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Review: Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs

To put it plainly, I enjoyed this book. It starts off with a very exciting and dramatic inciting incident that pulls you right into the story. You feel invested in the well-being of the main character, Jacob, from the get go. After that, this book holds your interest for a few different reasons, some good, […]
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