The Marvelous Adventures of Gwendolyn Gray by B.A. Williamson

I was hooked with the opening and continued reading with fervor. This reminded me of the film Dark City, the writings of Michel Foucault, a bit of Pleasantville – all wrapped up in a fast paced read suitable for middle grade and young adult readers. This engaging story features a dystopian society that stifles imagination and creativity, and a strong female lead that dares to be different. Continue reading

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Tin Man by Sarah Winman

★★★★☆
This is a beautiful tale about first love, friendship, and the ebbs and flows of life. This book packs a lot into its 224 pages, detailing the instant and deep friendship between Ellis and Michael. This is not a linear story, and there are differing perspectives. Continue reading

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