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ReVeluvY

Joined September 2019

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They Both Die at the End by Adam Silvera
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Young Adult, Contemporary Fiction, Teen fiction
2019 09 21

I was searching for another YRCA book nominee due to the previous candidates I read. As a result, this book looked the most interesting to me.

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Milk and Honey | Rupi Kaur
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Poetry, Feminism, Young Adult Fiction
2019 09 19
2019 09 21
This was recommended just a few years back and I wanted to see what the hype was about.
It is a collection of Rupi Kaur's poems that tell readers about a person's experience of hurting, loving, breaking, and healing. (check comment)
“i am water
soft enough to offer life
tough enough
to drown it away“ (127)
“i am losing parts of you like i lose eyelashes
unknowingly and everywhere“ (125)

ReVeluvY I think the poetry novel is understood more with readers that have a good level of maturity. I expected more however. The author likes to state ideas already stated but is expressed in another way. There are some poems that were accurate and the rest made me want to skip it. (edited) 3mo
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One Of Us Is Lying | Karen McManus
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Young Adult Fiction, Fiction, Mystery
2019 09 03
2019 09 18
I came across this book at the library and thought it would be nice to read book nominees for the YRCA.
Write a brief summary of the novel; who was the protagonist; what was his/her problem and how was the problem resolved? (in the comments)

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ReVeluvY Only four of the five students in detention were able to walk out of that room. The rest become suspects as the infamous student who was murdered planned to expose his high profile classmates the next day. As they struggle from public attention, it brings them closer to understand the real value of love, family, and friendship.
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“Murder club“ friends got together and with different perspectives combined- The killer is the killer himself.
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