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The Big Lie

by Claire Foster

In a futuristic England where the Nazis won the Second World War, Jessika Keller is a model citizen. Her family is perfect, her father is a high-ranking official. But her conformity feels like an itchy suit, and the more rules she... Read More

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The Wild Book

by Claire Foster

This is a beautifully written ode to the inherent magic of books and reading. Books are portals to other worlds. In "The Wild Book", a young boy learns about the power of stories when he explores his uncle’s enchanted library of... Read More

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Nightdivers

by Hannah Hohman

"Nightdivers" transcends inspirational-novel clichés and tells the story of truly unique teens, fully developed and alive on the page. In Mark Christopher Mathis’s dynamic "Nightdivers", five vision-impaired young adults become part... Read More

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Starswept

by Susan Waggoner

"Starswept" is a seductive and wholly satisfying book from start to finish—imaginative, well written, and touching on themes beyond romantic love. Love fantasy? Romance laced with bittersweet longing? Science fiction that glows with... Read More

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