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Book & Movie Review: Austenland by Shannon Hale

You're getting a double does of Austenland. I hope you can handle all this Austen!

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Book Review: The Naturals by Jennifer Lynn Barnes

Jennifer Lynn Barnes has hit a home run with The Naturals. I don't like sports analogies, but that's the most appropriate phrase for this young adult fantasy thriller. It's exciting and suspenseful and funny. Just an overall winner.

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Book Review: Every Day by David Levithan

I've never read a book like Every Day. It's truly an original idea. I love how some elements were executed and disliked the sweeping generalizations made other times. Like many things, what I loved about Every Day is also what got on my nerves.

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9 Nostalgia-Inducing YA College Fiction Books

Looking for some college fiction to fill the older YA void? I've got the books for you. Sometimes high school drama can be too much, so why not shift the drama to fit a more...mature (??) college freshman?

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Book Review: Someday, Someday Maybe by Lauren Graham

Someday, Someday Maybe is a fun gaunt in the mind of Lauren Graham. It's look into the life of a struggling actress trying not to give up on herself but forcing herself to face facts is an interesting journey.

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Book Review: The Fault in Our Stars by John Green

The Fault in Our Stars by John Green is one of those books that actually reaches out and touches you, shakes you and makes you a different person for having read it.

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Book Review: Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins

Anna and the French Kiss is one of those books that I've heard so many people say they loved, yet I never really made time to read it. My pen pal Jen finally convinced me, and I read this popular contemporary book.

And, I'm so glad I did!!

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