Review: The 57 Bus by Dashka Slater

The 57 Bus tells the true story of two teens who don’t know eachother: an African American teen named Richard, and Agender teen named Sasha, and how their lives collide in November of 2013 when on the bus journey home they’re on together for 8 minutes each day, Richard decides to set a light to Sashas skirt while they were napping.

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Books I Recommend / Mental Health Awareness Week 2018

Mental health is something I really struggle with, and coincidentally this week has been quite a rough one for me. I wasn’t too sure what to post about MHAW as I’m fairly open all year round (especially on my twitter), until the idea popped into my head to post about some books I’ve read and appreciate that speak about mental health!

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Review: Spellbook of The Lost and Found by Moïra Fowley-Doyle

That night, everybody lost something. Not everybody noticed.”

After the town’s summer party, which consisted of loud music, a bonfire, alcohol, and camping in a field, teenagers start realising things are going missing… but some things are being found too, like diary pages and an ancient spellbook that should not be messed with.

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Review: There’s Someone Inside Your House by Stephanie Perkins

Makani left Hawaii to reluctantly live with her Grandma in Nebraska, and with that she thought she left her past there. But when students of Osborne High start being killed off at an alarming rate and residents of the area are becoming overcome with fear, she realises that hiding her past may not be the best thing to do.

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