Review: Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher

Thirteen Reasons Why is Jay Asher’s debut novel for teenagers, and it’s a very beautiful addition to the psychological Young Adult books which convey a very difficult and strong message. This book is difficult to read — and that is not criticism but a compliment — because Thirteen Reasons Why deals with peer pressure, adolescent angst, drugs, and […]

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Street Lamps by Rachael Costello

Her nails were white, her clothing black. Her heart resembled much of the both of them. Void of life and full with hatred. “I hate it,” she said. “I hate everything.” “You don’t hate everything,” I told her. “You hate things right now.” “When does right now turn into forever, though?” “It doesn’t,” I smiled. […]

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