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Shattering Glass by Gail Giles
"Yeah. As YA mystery/thrillers go, this one was okay. Well, not okay. Tolerable at best is probably a better way to describe it. This book tried to do something that could have been really cool, but kind of fails...epically. This review's not very..." Read more of this review »
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