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Friends, Lovers, and the Big Terrible Thing by Matthew Perry

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Friends, Lovers, and the Big Terrible Thing by Matthew Perry

"Hi, my name is Matthew, although you may know me by another name. My friends call me, Matty, and I should be dead. If you like, you could consider what you are about to hear to be a message from the beyond, my beyond."

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Modern Loss: Candid Conversation About Grief. Beginners Welcome. by Rebecca Soffer - 5 Star Review!

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Modern Loss: Candid Conversation About Grief. Beginners Welcome. by Rebecca Soffer - 5 Star Review!

Modern Loss, an anthology of essays compiled from the website of the same name, delves into the aftermath of death in the contemporary world, offering a chorus of over 40 voices that illuminate the deeply personal and transformative nature of loss.

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Hanging with Vampires: A Totally Factual Field Guide to the Supernatural by Insha Fitzpatrick, Illustrator Lilla Bölecz - 5 Star Review! | Vamps for Fall Reading

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Hanging with Vampires: A Totally Factual Field Guide to the Supernatural by Insha Fitzpatrick, Illustrator Lilla Bölecz - 5 Star Review! | Vamps for Fall Reading

100% recommend it for any kid who loves vamps or the supernatural.

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The Summer I Turned Pretty by Jenny Han | Book Review

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The Summer I Turned Pretty by Jenny Han | Book Review

A sweet coming-of-age story of a young girl, teenage love and angst, and overcoming parental strife.

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All That Consumes Us by Erica Waters | Book Review

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All That Consumes Us by Erica Waters | Book Review

The story follows a freshman girl named Tara, who is struggling to find her place at school. After some curious events, she is invited into the prominent, extremely selective and secretive academic society on campus called Magni Viri. This opportunity is everything Tara could ever dream of, but she soon discovers a darker side to the organization, as her fellow students seem to be all consumed in their independent studies to a potentially deadly degree.

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