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arc review: the bones of ruin || a girl who cannot die in a Tournament of Freaks

A fantasy story with influential people in politics, dark secrets, and too much power play - set in Victorian London, as we follow a "Strange" girl Iris, who is strange not just because she is an African tightrope dancer but because she can never die.

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arc review: it all comes back to you || enemies in real life but online best friends?

The female character is wearing a lehenga on the cover. Of course, I had to request this title. One of my most anticipated releases of this year, It All Comes Back To You is not exactly a heartfelt mushy-mushy book. But funnily it does house one of the most heartfelt tropes in the YA community and that is *ladies and gentlemen: put your hands together for* the "I hate you in real life but are online best friends on a gaming platform." I know, stunning.

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the twin sisters || interview with the lovely bridgette!

A magical journal. A world savaged by its own suns. An evil prince. A princess in hiding. And a teenage girl who learns to be the hero of her own story. An engrossing new portal fantasy in the spirit of the Wizard of Oz, the Neverending Story, and the Chronicles of Narnia.​

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the taking of jake livingston || no words aka me fangirling

Get Out meets Danielle Vega in this YA horror where survival is not a guarantee. This was a breath of fresh air, and just so much fun with lots of snarkiness, great sense of humor, and a whole load of mystery. This book made me laugh out loud, and we love that.