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    Simon Vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda

    Welcome to the first edition of our newest series after the revamp, On The Book shelf. This new series will be all about books sitting on the book shelf. We'll discuss books I've read and why I love them or we'll talk about books I'm reading or want to read and all the great things involved in them.

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    Book Review: Turtles All The Way Down

    This is the third John Green book I have read; this list also includes An Abundance of Katherines and The Fault in Our Stars. Full disclosure, I would say this is my second favorite book. TFIOS is just freakishly amazing and I don’t think anything can compare. This book is amazing nonetheless and for sure a must read.  The main character, Aza, and her best friends are so relatable. Believe me, relatable characters are something that’s tough to do. At no point in the book do you feel like you aren’t immersed in the story; John Green does a great job at making you feel like the story is happening around you instead…

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    My Halloween go to books!!!

    Y’all will learn that I’m a huge lover of YA fiction; books themselves, however, are some of my favorite things. I wanted to do a post on what books define Halloween to me. I haven’t read any new Halloween books lately, so these will be mostly stories I grew up reading and some that I plan on reading throughout the month. Also, I did my best to limit spoilers and instead say why I love the book. I posted links to all of the books Amazon pages, feel free to click if you want to read the summary in all it’s glory (spoilers included). 1. Scary Stories to Tell In…