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Hannah Moskowitz
Hannah Moskowitz wrote her first story, about a kitten named Lilly on the run from cat hunters, for a contest when she was seven years old. It was disqualified for violence. Her first book, BREAK, was on the ALA's 2010 list of Popular Paperbacks for Young Adults. She is a student at The... show more

Hannah Moskowitz wrote her first story, about a kitten named Lilly on the run from cat hunters, for a contest when she was seven years old. It was disqualified for violence. Her first book, BREAK, was on the ALA's 2010 list of Popular Paperbacks for Young Adults. She is a student at The University of Maryland.
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YA Fantasy - K.A. Wiggins
YA Fantasy - K.A. Wiggins rated it 11 months ago
So I generally reserve 5 star reviews for a both that was both excellent *and* I'm likely to want to reread. In this case, it's not necessarily that I'm likely to pull this down off the shelf over and over again, but that it was a truly remarkable book. Told in 17 points of view, this is the story...
Saturdays in Books
Saturdays in Books rated it 2 years ago
If this keeps up, I'm going to have to stop saying I don't like books about fairies. A History of Glitter and Blood is ambitious, warm, funny, and a great read. The central concept for the format is that a fairy is writing a history, which fairies never do. This leads to a somewhat experimental f...
Meof50days
Meof50days rated it 3 years ago
An uneven collection of stories detailing the events leading to a school shooting and exploring the psychology behind the shooter, Kirby Matheson. Unfortunately, the least successful of the bunch (including one from the perspective of the gun itself as it opines about purpose and morality while maki...
By Singing Light
By Singing Light rated it 3 years ago
In the aftermath of a war between the tightropers and the fairies, ostensibly on behalf of the gnomes who life under the city, the only fairies left in Ferrum are Beckan and her friends. They do what they have to to survive. This one is memorable for a couple of reasons: it doesn’t shy away from wha...
Freda's Voice
Freda's Voice rated it 3 years ago
Painfully powerful. Disturbing in all the right ways, this story is so raw, so real, that you will either devour it or throw it away in a fit of sobs. Want to know what this book is about? Think Columbine. Think Umpqua Community College. Told from 17 points of view, this book is an enthralling acco...
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