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Review: The Yearbook by Holly Bourne 

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Paige Vickers is most likely to be forgotten. She’s in year 11 and nobody really knows who she is and she’s okay with that. At least if nobody knows who you are, then mean girls Grace Langdon and Amelia Murray can’t make your life miserable.

Paige’s home life isn’t great either. Her older brother Adam moved away to start university, leaving Paige alone with her emotionally abusive father and complicit mother. It’s best for Paige to stay out of everyone’s way because they all treat her like she doesn’t exist.

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Review: Technically, You Started It by Lana Wood Johnson

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Haley Hancock receives a text from fellow classmate, Martin Nathaniel Munroe II. With a name like that, you’d think she would know who she was texting. Except, there are two Martin Nathaniel Munroe IIs in her class and Haley mistakenly believes she is texting the Martin that she doesn’t hate. While on the other hand, Martin believes that Haley knows exactly who she is talking to.

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Review: I See London, I See France by Sarah Mlynowski

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Sydney cannot wait to embark on her first European adventure with her best friend, Leela. Leela was supposed to go with her boyfriend, but they broke up right before the end of their freshman year of college.

Desperate to still go on an adventure, Leela asks Sydney to use her savings so they can backpack through Europe together. This doesn’t happen without complication though, because Sydney is anxious to leave her younger sister with her anxiety ridden mother for over a month. However, after a stressful first year of college, Sydney is in desperate need of some fun.

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