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Never Have I Ever
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Two for the Dough by Janet Evanovich
Two for the Dough (Stephanie Plum, #2)
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Stumbling on Happiness by Daniel Gilbert
Stumbling on Happiness
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Never Have I Ever by Katie Heaney
Never Have I Ever
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F**K It Therapy by John C. Parkin
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The Trickster's Hat by Nick Bantock
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The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis
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Advent by James Treadwell
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Hollow City by Ransom Riggs
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Ransom Riggs
“I think they worried that my grandfather would infect me with some incurable dreaminess from which I’d never recover – that these fantasies were somehow inoculating me against more practical ambitions”
Ransom Riggs, Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children

M.L. Stedman
“Very slowly, he turned a full circle, taking in the nothingness of it all. It seemed his lungs could never be large enough to breathe in this much air, his eyes could never see this much space, nor could he near the full extent of the rolling, roaring ocean. For the briefest moment, he had no edges.”
M.L. Stedman, The Light Between Oceans

William Landay
“The leopard in the zoo wanders to the edge of his pen and, through the bars or across an unjumpable moat, he stares at you with contempt for your inferiority, for needing that barrier between you. There is a shared understanding in that moment, nonverbal but no less real: the leopard is predator and you are prey, and it is only the barrier that permits us humans to feel superior and secure. That feeling, standing at the leopard’s cage, is edged with shame, at the animal’s superior strength, at his hauteur, his low estimation of you.”
William Landay, Defending Jacob