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The Nameless City by Faith Erin Hicks
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Rat and Kai are back out exploring the streets and having adventures, but there are secrets to uncover. This is the second in the series which has a compelling story told with beautiful art. I’m really looking forward to the third one in the trilogy.
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“The young always think they’re invincible, right until the moment they learn otherwise. Usually, the hard way”
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Holly Black
“Isn't every hero aware of all the terrible reason they did those good deeds?" Aware of every mistake they ever made and how good people got hurt because of their decisions? Don't they recall the moments they weren't heroic at all? The moments where their heroism led to more deaths than deliberate villainy ever could?”
Holly Black, The Coldest Girl in Coldtown

Maggie Stiefvater
“This object that we hold in our hands, a book…that tactile pleasure, it's just not going to go away.”
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Cory Doctorow
“I hate that," I said. "It's like there's no human beings in the chain of responsibility, just things-that-happen. It's the ultimate cop-out. The system did it. The company did it. The government did it. What about the person who pulls the trigger?”
Cory Doctorow, Homeland

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“...I like to be around all these books. They’re very good at making you forget your troubles. It’s like having a million friends, wrapped in paper and scrawled in ink”
Melissa Grey, The Girl at Midnight

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