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Top 10 Books August 2021

Top 10 Books August 2021

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Friday’s Page 69 ~ It’s Behind You by Kathryn Foxfield

Friday’s Page 69 ~ It’s Behind You by Kathryn Foxfield

It's Behind You, Horror, Thriller, Reality Game Show, Reality Show, Light Bulb, Scary, Young Adult, Kathryn Foxfield
There’s a crackling noise, like an old film starting up. We all turn towards the sound. The projected images on the wall are going out. They flare into white brightness, one by one, as if an explosion of light has washed away the whole set, the way a nuclear bomb goes off in a movie.
The ground rumbles beneath my feet and something slams against the reinforced door hard enough that the noise echoes through the whole cave.
The Europe Traveller Book Tag

The Europe Traveller Book Tag

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Guruguru, GIF, Red-hair, staff, book

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Teaser Tuesday ~ The Real Real by Emma Laughlin, Nicola Kraus

Teaser Tuesday ~ The Real Real by Emma Laughlin, Nicola Kraus

The Real Real, Reality Show, Lips, Lipstick, Emma McLaughlin, Nicola Kraus, Young Adult, Humour, Romance
I had random.org select a page for me and it decided on 147.
“Drew, Jess!” Zacheria barks. “You’re going to stand here. If we crop it well, it’ll look like the front door to a mansion. Ben!”
“Drew.” I turn to him mock-stern. “You’re going to sit on the toilet. If we crop it well, you’ll look like you’re sitting at a fancy French restaurant.”
“Jesse,” he says right back. “You’re going to get in the fountain. If we frame it right, it’ll look like an Olympic pool.”
We lean against each other in hysterics, eyes watering.
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.”