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    Ya it was a literary masterpiece but the entire thing felt like such an anticlimax to me and the kids p.o.v actually irritated me after a while

    But on a more positive note, have you read the long way to a small angry planet by becky chambers? One of my faves for sure x

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    I know they're a bit young for me, but I love Jacqueline Wilson books! I have a lot of them and I've had them years - a few of them I have gone back and reread, although in some cases I've realised they're very young for me and the simplistic language used in some irritates me. I absolutely love her teen series though about Hetty Feather, read all 5 in the set, I hope she writes more.

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    umm nothing specific other than a few but i like those books where when you've read it joins up a lot of dots/holes in your knowledge


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    Other than those already recommended, I've recently read and loved the A Court Of Thorns and Roses series (part way through the last one atm), This Raging Light series by Estelle Laure, The Darkest Minds by Alexandra Braken (although the ending kinda sucked), A Gathering of Shadows series by V E Schwab (loooove this series), We Were Liars by E Lockhart, anything that's written by Nicky Pellegrino, Not if I See You First by Eric Lindstrom. There's a few to get you started, most are YA!

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