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If you're interested in reading this book, find it in the Horror/Mystery section of the library.

Room Book Review

Claire Sallee, Reporter
December 13, 2020
A family divided by spilt blood. Brooke Winters was eager to restart her life, new school, fresh start, no one would know her. What she didn't know was her fresh wouldn't start of simple, she wouldn't be 'the new girl', she would be the girl whose mother murdered her father. Is there anyway to come back from that. How can one pick up the pieces when everything has been shattered? Read to find out.

The Last to Let Go

Emma Mayer, Copy Editor
May 10, 2020
Dystopian Monarchy- “Red Queen” takes place in a war-torn future, with an oppressive monarchy. Mare reminds me a bit of Katniss Everdeen by the way she protects her family and looks after her little sister.

Royal Read With Red Queen

Delany Jepsen, Club Editor
April 16, 2020
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