Reasons to Read

Reasons to Read

5 Reasons To Read One Cut

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by Casey Nugent

On May 22nd, 1995, sixteen-year-old Jimmy Farris and seventeen-year-old Mike McLoren were hanging out outside Mike’s backyard fort, when four boys hopped a fence and approached them. Within minutes a fight broke out — during which both Jimmy and Mike were stabbed, with Jimmy eventually dying of his wounds. The four boys who hopped the […]

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6 Reasons to Read Here Lies Daniel Tate

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by Janine Perez

If you haven’t started reading Here Lies Daniel Tate by Cristin Terrill, you aren’t living your best life now! Check out the book description, then let me explain exactly why this book is AMAZING! It seems too good to be true when Daniel Tate, missing since he was abducted from one of California’s most elite private […]

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7 Reasons to Read Love & Gelato

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by Janine Perez

There are two things that I love more than anything else when it comes to reading: romance and adventure. I love them so much, I literally put them in my bio. Why? Because romance is guaranteed to make me feel everything all at once: anticipation, wonder, anger (at the inevitable misunderstandings), and, of course, the heart bursting overload of happiness! Meanwhile, […]

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6 Reasons to Read Tash Hearts Tolstoy!

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by Casey Nugent

Now that the Riveted Summer of Love is in full swing, I think it’s safe to announce that I myself am in love…..with Kathryn Ormsbee’s Tash Hearts Tolstoy, my new favorite book! Tash Hearts Tolstoy was one of my most anticipated books of the season. I mean, the description sounded so fun: After a shout-out […]

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7 Reasons to Read When Dimple Met Rishi

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by Sam Benson

When Dimple Met Rishi, one of my most anticipated summer reads, finally released this week! It’s the charming story of two Indian-American teens whose parents conspire to set them up despite the fact that they couldn’t be more different. It’s adorable, funny, and basically everything you would ever want in a YA rom-com. If you’re not sold […]

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5 Reasons to Read In a Perfect World

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by Casey Nugent

I just finished reading In a Perfect World, the new Trish Doller novel, and I have to tell you guys that I am officially obsessed with this book. It tells the story of Caroline Kelly, an Ohio teenager who’s suddenly forced to relocate to Cairo, Egypt the summer before senior year when her mother gets […]

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6 Reasons to Read A Court of Wings and Ruin

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by Sam Benson

Two weeks ago, the third book in Sarah J. Maas’s A Court of Thorns and Roses (ACOTAR) series, A Court of Wings and Ruin (ACOWAR), was released. I ran out during my lunch hour to buy a copy and immediately devoured it. If you’re not already reading this series, you should stop everything you’re doing […]

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Why We Should All Be Trying to Get to Curacao

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by Keri Horan

If you’re unfamiliar with Blackhearts and Blacksouls by Nicole Castroman, it’s time to drop what you’re doing and pick up your two next great adventure books. In Blackhearts, Castroman reimagines the origins of the notorious Blackbeard, complete with romance, fight scenes, and of course, pirates. Now, while I’m a big fan of the typical pirate […]

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