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DPgirl
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Struggling to get through the magician king so giving that a break to read this.

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Refugee | Alan Gratz
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Great book where three stories from different time periods connect at the end. Josef, a Jewish boy escaping Nazi Germany in the 1930s, Isabel, a Cuban girl escaping Castro's regime in 1994, and Mahmoud, a Syrian boy fleeing from the conflict in Syria in 2015.

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Emily92Bibliophile
Sunny | Jason Reynolds
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ALL THE FEELS!! I‘m pretty sure Sunny is my favorite character. The audiobook narrator was amazing, and brought Jason‘s character to life. Glad this one and “Lu” came to SCRIBD today!

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LaraS
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Hmmm....I now realize the winter clothing I recently purchased exactly matches the cover of this book. I guess it had such an impact on me it's affecting my subconscious now. 😃

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IheartYA
Tunnel of Bones | Victoria Schwab
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I'm such a sucker for Schwab. She's the master of word and I will read whatever she pens on paper. Throw any genre, any age level, any topic at her and she will conquer.

The City of Ghosts series has a parallel feel to The Archived but I still love it. Although this is a middle grade series, book 1 felt a bit more intricate and layered than book 2. I enjoy the characters, dialogue, flow and world building. Bring on book 3!

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megnews
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I‘m really loving this book.

Lmstraubie I'm loving your quotes ❤️❄️ 10h
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rebecca_schmidt
Secrets of the Crown | Adam Jay Epstein, Andrew Jacobson
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this familiars book follows the first familiars. the queen's traitorous familiar has robbed the humans of casting magic. it is now up to the familiars to find the crown of the snow leopard and restore human magic. if you like wizards, talking animals and magic, this book is for you. the genre of this book is fantasy. hope you like it!

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Malachi.Maret
The False Prince | Jennifer A Nellson
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This book was amazing! (Not as good as rules for disappearing though). Every time I feel myself drifting from the fantasy genre a new amazing book snatches me up. The characters really had you rooting for them and the ending was INCREDIBLE. I plan on completing the series because I know this author could not possibly ruin the amazement the reader feels in this book in the next 2. The only downside of this book is it kinda feels like a prologue.