The Miseducation of Cameron Post by Emily M. Danforth

With The Miseducation of Cameron Post being made into a movie, I thought it would be a good time to reread this instant classic. The experience was full of surprises from the start. Firstly, I was shocked to discover that I didn't own a copy of Cam Post, an offense which I very quickly remedied. …

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Heart of Iron by Ashley Poston

Anna is an outlaw. Saved as a child by the famous Captain Seige, Anna has grown up on board the Dossier helping the crew to run illegal transport jobs. She is also searching for a cure for her best friend, who is losing his memories. D09 ("Di") is a Metal. One of the only free (or …

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The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue by Mackenzi Lee

Oh, antiheroes. How I love to begrudgingly like them. And Monty is one of the most unlikable yet likable antiheroes I've ever read. Your classic rich white boy who loves to party and get into trouble, Henry "Monty" Monague is leaving for his 'Tour', a trip around continental Europe. This is his parents' last indulgence …

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