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Amy (DemonKittie) (demonkittie) | 340 comments Mod
Please vote here for the book of the month.

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Kelly | 5 comments The Book of Ivy by Amy Engel

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Nine | 11 comments Wither by Lauren DeStefano

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Becky Johnson (beczendiva) | 6 comments What about the 100

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Becky Johnson (beczendiva) | 6 comments Sorry the 100 by Kass Morgan

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Daibidh | 9 comments Recently, I really enjoyed Emily St. John Mandel's Station Eleven. I'm still working my way around being more engaged in the group and learning to navigate the site. Have we covered this book before?

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Amie's Book Reviews (amiesbookreviews) | 2 comments I am new to this group but I have to nominate THE CITY CENTER by Simone Pond.
I only discovered Simone's books less than a year ago and her writing is phenomenal.
THE CITY CENTER is the first book in an amazing Young Adult Dustopian series.
In fact, I believe that once readers start to spread the word about this series, it will become a bestseller even though it is written by an Indie Author.
I have reviewed all of Simone Pond's books on my blog. If anyone wants to read the reviews, go to http://amiesbookreviews.wordpress.com and search "Simone Pond"
You can also learn more at the author's website at www.simonepond.com

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Amy (DemonKittie) (demonkittie) | 340 comments Mod
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