Review: Half Bad by Sally Green

[divider] drey’s thoughts: Nathan is sixteen years old, rushing towards his seventeenth birthday, in Half Bad. All his life he’s known he’s not well-liked, by anyone outside of his family. Well, most of his family anyway. His grandmother and two of his three half-siblings love him just fine, but his father’s never been in the[…]

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Review: Vanishing Girls by Lauren Oliver

[divider] drey’s thoughts: Two sisters grow up BFFs with the neighbor boy and the three are wonderful childhood friends, until one kisses the boy, the other is jealous, and the boy is confused. Fast forward to the present day, where the story is told in alternating points of view, interspersed with diary entries and news[…]

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Review: Panic by Lauren Oliver

[divider] drey’s thoughts: Life in Carp, New York is dreary and hopeless, and graduating seniors Heather Mills and her best friend Natalie Velez can only dream of getting out. The day after graduation, Heather and Nat declare their participation in Panic, a secret game where the winner walks away with the prize money and the[…]

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