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Review: Six of Crows

YA Book Review: Six of Crows and the Impossible Heist by Leigh Bardugo. Overall, I’m happy with how Six of Crows went, but love for The Grisha series was definitely greater. This book is very thick and there are quite a few back stories/flash to the past sections that take some time to read through. Recommended for readers who enjoy reading books with Adventure, Fantasy, Magic, Romance, Young Adult - Series - 4 Stars. Click through to my blog to read the full review!

Super interesting YA book. If kids commit crimes, they are slated (or have brain procedure done to give them clean slate and "start over"). Does it always work?

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7 Hidden L.A. Gems That'll MAKE Your Weekend

7 Hidden L.A. Gems That'll MAKE Your Weekend #refinery29 Museum Of Jurassic Technology Don’t let the name fool you. This place has nothing to do with dinosaurs (sad face) or archeological artifacts. But, walking through this museum is like stepping back in time. From the dimly lit alcoves and winding corridors to the antique wood display cases and baroque music playing, you’ll feel like you’re on a Victorian-era adventure. ...

A blind child and a Catholic nun disappear from a city sidewalk in plain sight of onlookers. There, then gone--vanished in seconds. Those who witnessed the event still cannot believe it happened.

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You Know Me Well

You Know Me Well, by David Levithan and Nina LaCour (released Jun Mark and Kate sit next to each other in school but are barely acquainted until they meet at a San Francisco club during Pride Week and connect over each one's forbidden love.

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Review: The Anatomical Shape of a Heart by Jenn Bennett

Loved this story! I'm not a huge fan of YA contemporary romance, but this was an exception.

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9 Must Read Books and 1 to Avoid Like the Plague