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Seeing Things by Sonora Taylor #BookReview

Abby Gillman has discovered that with growing up, there comes a lot of blood. But nothing prepares her for the trail of blood she sees…


Velocities by Kathe Koja #BookReview

From the award-winning author of The Cipher and Buddha Boy, comes Velocities, Kathe Koja’s second electrifying collection of short fiction. Thirteen stories, two never before published, all flying at the…

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Follow Me to Ground by Sue Rainsford #BookReview

A haunted, surreal debut novel about an otherworldly young woman, her father, and her lover that culminates in a shocking moment of betrayal – one…

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The Ghost Hunter’s Daughter by Caroline Flarity #BookReview

“Supernatural meets Mean Girls” in this YA horror mystery for older teens. Sixteen-year-old Anna sees things from another world, the spiritual world, a skill that…

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COVER REVEAL: The Cipher by Kathe Koja

What better way to wish Kathe Koja a happy belated birthday than with a cover reveal! The Cipher, Koja’s out of print Stoker-winning debut, is…

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True Crime by Samantha Kolesnik #BookReview

Suzy and her brother, Lim, live with their abusive mother in a town where the stars don’t shine at night. Once the abuse becomes too…

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The Cult Called Freedom House by Stephanie Evelyn #BookReview

Everyone but Sophia and Cyrus were going to die. They were all goners well before they knew it. And they certainly thought whatever was happening,…

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Little Paranoias by Sonora Taylor #BookReview

Is it a knock on the door, or a gust of wind? A trick of the light, or someone who’ll see what you’ve done? “Little…

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Dark Carnival by Joanna Parypinski #BookReview

For fourteen years, Dax Howard has lived with the mystery of his mother’s disappearance. He’s tried to put it behind him: getting out of his…

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Let’s Play White by Chesya Burke #BookReview

White brings with it dreams of respect, of wealth, of simply being treated as a human being. It’s the one thing Walter will never be.…

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