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Friday’s Page 69 ~ Vivian Versus The Apocalypse by Katie Coyle

Friday’s Page 69 ~ Vivian Versus The Apocalypse by Katie Coyle

Vivian Versus the Apocalypse, Vivian Apple, Book 1, Katie Coyle, Dystopia, Religion, Young Adult, Girl, Jumping in Air, Sunlight, Mystery
Nobody responds. I think it’s a mistake, a wrong number or a robot, but then I hear the faintest, most distant street noise.
“Who is this?” I say. I’m still holding the baby picture in my other hand and all of the sudden the two things seem connected. I know that’s silly. I know it’s late and I’m scared and my mind is playing weird tricks on me. But I have this sense, this knowledge I can feel all over my body, deep in my bones, that I’m right. That this phone call means something. That the silent person at the end of the lin is trying to tell me something by not saying anything at all.
“Mom?” I whisper.
Whoever it is hangs up.

Review for Afterlife Investigations #1: Asylum

Review for Afterlife Investigations #1: Asylum

Asylum (Afterlife Investigations, #1), Ambrose Ibsen, Horror, Asylum, Ghosts, Silhouette, Dark “”The dead,” she replied, her voice a breathy whisper. “If you sit and listen sometimes, you can hear the voices of the dead. They rise up from all around us, from cracks in the earth. That’s how the dead tell you their secrets.”

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Review for Secrets of Camp Whatever Vol. 1

Review for Secrets of Camp Whatever Vol. 1

Secrets of Camp Whatever Vol. 1, Chris Grine, Camp, Summer Camp, Spooky, Creepy, Graphic Novel, Fantasy, Mystery, Girls, Camp, Forest, Hand, Lantern, Fog, Gnome, Petrified Gnome, Deaf, Children's Books, Night, MoonA girl moves to a new place (Nowhere) and immediately is shipping to a summer camp (Camp Whatever). From there magical stories happen and adventures are aplenty.

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Friday’s Page 69 ~ This is Not the Jess Show by Anna Carey

Friday’s Page 69 ~ This is Not the Jess Show by Anna Carey

This Is Not the Jess Show, Anna Carey, Stage, Bedroom, Reality Show, Young Adult
Tyler was still holding my hand. He hadn’t let go of it the entire ride home. “What if we just stay here?” he asked, staring up at the house. The sky had gone dark, the moon just visible above the trees, a spattering of stars beyond it.
“In the driveway?” I laughed.
“In this car. We could order pizza, tip the seats back, and sleep. Skip school tomorrow and listen to every CD in my glove compartment. Get Chinese food and have my little brother drop off some clothes. We’d only go inside to use the bathroom and the phone.”