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#Review: Release by Patrick Ness

Release Author: Patrick Ness Publisher: Walker Books/HarperTeen Genre/Themes/Demo: YA, Contemporary, LGBTQIA+ Release Date: September 19th 2017 (North America) Page Count: 277 Format: Audiobook/Hardcover ISBN: 9780062403193 Author Website | Book Depository | Amazon | Chapters/Indigo Goodreads | Kobo | Audible Initial Post Reading Thoughts This definitely had its strange and confusing moments, but it was still really beautiful? I feel like I’m going to have a hard time describing this… Continue reading #Review: Release by Patrick Ness

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In Conversation: Teen Tour with Lauren Oliver, Kendare Blake & M-E Girard! #Recap

On Monday October 17th, the Indigo Yorkdale location in Toronto was lucky enough to have Lauren Oliver, Kendare Blake & M-E Girard stop by to quickly discuss their newest novels and answers any questions that the audience had! These three women were absolutely hilarious. Each of them took time to talk to each and every… Continue reading In Conversation: Teen Tour with Lauren Oliver, Kendare Blake & M-E Girard! #Recap

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#BookReview: This Savage Song by Victoria Schwab

This Savage Song (Monsters of Verity #1) Author: Victoria Schwab Publisher: Greenwillow Books Genre/Themes: YA, Fantasy, Paranormal Release Date: July 5th 2016 Page Count: 464 Format: Hardcover ISBN: 9780062380876 Author Website | Book Depository | Amazon | Chapters/Indigo | Goodreads The second I heard about this new series by the one and only Victoria Schwab, I… Continue reading #BookReview: This Savage Song by Victoria Schwab

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Book Review: Foxlowe by Eleanor Wasserberg

Foxlowe Author: Eleanor Wasserberg Publisher: Fourth Estate Genre: Fiction, Contemporary, Dark Release Date: June 7th 2016 Format: ARC Page Count: 240 ISBN: 9780008164089 Author Website | Book Depository | Amazon | Chapters/Indigo | Goodreads The children are the easiest for the Bad to slip in to. They must be watched. Firstly, I would love to give a… Continue reading Book Review: Foxlowe by Eleanor Wasserberg