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Will Grayson, Will Grayson by John Green and David Levithan; narrated by MacLeod Andrews and Nick Podehl (Audio CD)

Will Grayson is your average high school student—just trying to get through school while not attracting too much attention. This plan doesn’t always work very well because his best friend, Tiny Cooper (who is not tiny, by the way), is … Continue reading

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The Letter Q: Queer Writers’ Notes to their Younger Selves

Sixty-three authors and artists have written letters to their younger selves, including major names like Gregory Maguire, Jacqueline Woodson, David Levithan, and Armistead Maupin along with many others, to form this Bookbent selection for July through September. “If I only … Continue reading

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The Bone Palace by Amanda Downum

Although a sequel to The Drowning City, The Bone Palace stands alone quite well.  It’s a dark, political, high fantasy mystery told from two perspectives: Crown Investigator and necromancer Isyllt Iskaldur; and the crown prince’s mistress, Savedra Severos. A prostitute has turned … Continue reading

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Lonely Werewolf Girl by Martin Millar

Kalix MacRinnalch, youngest daughter of the reigning werewolf king and closet laudanum addict, is on the run. Which is unsurprising, since she attacked her father during an argument about her boyfriend and ran off. She’s currently running from her family—who … Continue reading

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The God Eaters by Jesse Hajicek

Picture the Old West. Not some sanitized, idealized version, but a dirty, gritty Old West with massacres in the name of expansion, hookers with hearts-of-lead, and gunmen versus lawmen where both are merciless killers. Now, picture this in an alternate … Continue reading

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