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Dārin Wa Namamono Ni Tsuki by Yuki Yoshihara
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This is "Darling wa Namamono ni Tsuki" If you're a woman age 22+ you must read this series. It's part of a genre that is pretty under-utilized, if I were to compare it to something perhaps the American comic strip "Cathy" would be appropriate. Darlin ...more
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The Summer I Turned Pretty Trilogy by Jenny Han
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Revealing Eden by Victoria Foyt

"I believe that anyone who reads the novel will understand its strong stance against racism."
-Victoria Fyot (Judging A Book By Its Cover Gives Birth To Racism)

Well, I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but you failed. Badly. To say Revealing Eden..." Read more of this review »
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D.N.Angel, Vol. 4 by Yukiru Sugisaki
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D.N.Angel, Vol. 3 by Yukiru Sugisaki
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D.N.Angel, Vol. 2 by Yukiru Sugisaki
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D.N.Angel, Vol. 1 by Yukiru Sugisaki
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Reborn! Vol. 01 by Akira Amano (天野 明)
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Laurie Halse Anderson
“Censoring books that deal with difficult, adolescent issues does not protect anybody. Quite the opposite. It leaves kids in the darkness and makes them vulnerable. Censorship is the child of fear and the father of ignorance. Our children cannot afford to have the truth of the world withheld from them”
Laurie Halse Anderson

Sakura Tsukuba
“Today, i learned something. "Good luck and bad luck are strands of the same rope." This expression has deep meaning -turtle
Basically, it means that good things and bad things are often interwined, like strands of a rope. You can have one without the other. So even if something bad happens, it's nothing to get worried about. Because life will provide the balance. -Ootake”
Sakura Tsukuba, Land of the Blindfolded, Vol. 8

Han Nolan
“There's always light after the dark. You have to go through that dark place to get to it, but it's there, waiting for you. It's like riding on a train through a dark tunnel. If you get so scared you jump off in the middle of the ride, then you're there, in the tunnel, stuck in the dark. You have to ride the train all the way to the end of the ride.”
Han Nolan, Dancing on the Edge

Jeffrey Eugenides
“And so now, having been born, I'm going to rewind the film, so that my pink blanket flies off, my crib scoots across the floor as my umbilical cord reattaches, and I cry out as I'm sucked back between my mother's legs. She gets really fat again. Then back some more as a spoon stops swinging and a thermometer goes back into its velvet case. Sputnik chases its rocket trail back to the launching pad and polio stalks the land. There's a quick shot of my father as a twenty-year-old clarinetist, playing an Artie Shaw number into the phone, and then he's in church, age eight, being scandalized by the price of candles; and next my grandfather is untaping his first U.S. dollar bill over a cash register in 1931. Then we're out of America completely; we're in the middle of the ocean, the sound track sounding funny in reverse. A steamship appears, and up on a deck a lifeboat is curiously rocking; but then the boat docks, stern first, and we're up on dry land again, where the film unspools, back at the beginning...”
Jeffrey Eugenides, Middlesex

Arina Tanemura
“God, I'm a girl with a cursed fate. I've fallen in love with a boy and I want to be happy.”
Arina Tanemura, Kamikaze Kaito Jeanne, Vol. 07

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