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View photos The Beauty That Remains, Ashley Woodfolk In this gut-wrenching debut, a trio of diverse teenage narrators cope with life after untimely and unexpected loss.
Shay had defined herself by her twin sister; now, her twin sister is gone. Logan, who once loved writing music, now spends his days watching his dead ex-boyfriend's vlogs.
Autumn is unmoored without her best friend. They're brought together in interesting ways over their shared love for a band.
Everyone in Orleans is gray, except for the few exceptionally beautiful individuals, called Belles. They're literally in color. Camellia Beauregard is a Belle — but it's not enough.
She wants to become the most elite Belle in the land. Still, as she learns more about being a Belle, she reconsiders whether buying into this system is actually the right thing to do. Marquardt After a tumultuous first year at Yale, Vivi Flannigan goes home and takes an internship at a hospital in Central Florida.
She's still grieving the loss of her father, who died the summer before she left for college. They're both caring for the same patient: A teenager dying of a heart infection who doesn't speak a word of English.
There are a lot of balls up in the air, but Marquardt balances them all with dexterity. This book is an affecting exploration of issues like love, loss, and immigration rights.
Caraval begins on the small island on which Scarlett and her sister, Tella, have lived their whole lives under the control of their controlling father.
More than anything, Scarlett wants to see Caraval, an annual interactive show. But now that her father is arranged a marriage for her, Scarlett doesn't think she'll have a chance to go.
Scarlett and her sister steal away to Caraval — and immediately after getting there, Tella is kidnapped.
To Scarlett's horror, finding Tella's location is the end goal of this year's Caraval. Hanne Hemstad inherited her family's gruesome curse. Hanne and her brothers, Stieg and Knut, flee Norway for the American frontier to avoid being brought to trial for Hanne's crimes.
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aaa Isa Blagden, portrait owned by Lilian Whiting, reproduced in Jeanette Marks. Scruton lived with his parents, two sisters, and Sam the dog, in a pebbledashed semi-detached house in Hammersley Lane, High Wycombe. Although his parents had been brought up as Christians, they regarded themselves as humanists, so home was a "religion-free zone".
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