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Last Train to Babylon by Charlee Fam | Estelle Reviews

Last Train to Babylon by Charlee Fam ( web | tweet ) Publication Date: October 28, 2014 Publisher: St. Martin’s Press Pages: 352 Target audience: Adult Keywords: Long Island, old friendships, death, grief, painful memories Format read: Paperback provided by author/publisher. (Thanks!) Summary: When Aubrey hears of her ex-best friend’s suicide, she’s not sure if […]

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Shelve It: The Attack of the Pear

Happy Sunday! Hope you are having yourself an awesome weekend. It’s chilly in New York City, I’m reading some awesome books, and I’m so glad my hair looked decent enough to make this Shelve It video — it has been awhile! I have lots of fun books to share, and also a story about the […]

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Why in 5: How to Tell Toledo… by Lydia Netzer

How To Tell Toledo By the Night Sky by Lydia Netzer ( web | twitter ) Publication Date: 7/1/2014 Publisher: St. Martin’s Press Pages: 339 Target audience: Adult Keywords: fate, family, mothers/children, LGBT, science Format read: Borrowed from the library. (Yay!) Summary: Two mothers plan the births of their children, in hopes they grow up […]

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Wildlife by Fiona Wood | Estelle Reviews

Wildlife by Fiona Wood ( web | tweet ) Publication Date: September 16, 2014 Publisher: Poppy/Little, Brown for Kids Pages: 400 Target audience: Young adult Keywords: Australia, friendship, sex, relationships, nature, grief Format read: Borrowed from the library. Summary: Sib and Lou are two students living in the wilderness for the semester while dealing with […]

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Attention, Attention! Amy Spalding & INK

One of my RBR goals before the end of the year was to get another ATTENTION, ATTENTION post in. I’m so glad I made this a priority because it gave me a chance to 1) read one of the books that Magan really enjoyed last year 2) talk to Amy Spalding, who is one of my absolute […]

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