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REVIEW: A Mortal Song by Megan Crewe

REVIEW: A Mortal Song by Megan Crewe

Sora, a kami spirit and heir to the kingdom in Mt. Fuji, planned to ask her parents for more duties and training on her 17th birthday. But everything changed when the ghost nation attacked. With her parents and loved ones captured, [...]

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REVIEW: Horimiya, Vol. 3

REVIEW: Horimiya, Vol. 3

Their schoolmates would say Kyouko Hori and Izumi Miyamura are total opposites: Hori is cheerful, pretty, and popular, while Miyamura is a gloomy, loner otaku. But Hori’s really a total homebody, and Miyamura (who does admit he’s pretty gloomy) isn’t [...]

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REVIEW: We Are the Ants

REVIEW: We Are the Ants

“If you knew the world was ending and you could save it by pressing a button, would you?” That’s the hot topic Henry Denton, a teenager with a vocabulary like a token John Green character, has to make a decision about [...]

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REVIEW: Love at Fourteen, Vol. 5

REVIEW: Love at Fourteen, Vol. 5

Kanata Tanaka and Kazuki Yoshikawa are very grown-up for middle schoolers. Between Kanata’s womanly grace and Kazuki’s sophisticated manliness, the rest of Class 2-B is awed – and a little intimidated – by their maturity, seriousness, and good grades. But Kanata [...]

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REVIEW: Horimiya Vol. 2

REVIEW: Horimiya Vol. 2

Their schoolmates would say Kyouko Hori and Izumi Miyamura are total opposites: Hori is cheerful, pretty, and popular, while Miyamura is a gloomy, loner otaku. But Hori's really a total homebody, and Miyamura (who does admit he's pretty gloomy) isn't [...]

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REVIEW: Front Lines by Michael Grant

REVIEW: Front Lines by Michael Grant

We are the first generation of female soldiers in the American army. Lucky us. I’m calling it – the YA trend of the 2016 is undoubtedly Alternate Histories, and FRONT LINES is an excellent start. In an America where women are both able [...]

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