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Books so far
“The Midnight Library” by Matt Haig
“It’s One of Us” by J.T. Ellison
“The House of Eve: a Novel” by Sadeqa Johnson
“How to Sell a Haunted House” by Grady Hendrix
“Fairy Tale” by Stephen King
“The Cloisters” by Katy Hays
“The Hacienda” by Isabel Canas
“Of Time and Turtles” by Sy Montgomery
“Unreliable Narrator: me, myself and impostor syndrome” by Aparna Nancherla
“Poverty, by America” by Matthew Desmond
“Beyond the Story: 10-year record of BTS” by Myŏng-sŏk, Kang
“First to the Front: the untold story of Dickey Chapelle, trailblazing female war correspondent” by Lorissa Rinehart
“The Six: the untold story of America’s first women astronauts” by Loren Brush
“Quietly Hostile: essays” by Samantha Kirby
“The Minus-One Club” by Kekla Magoon
“City of Nightmares” by Rebecca Schaeffer
“The Cartographers” by Amy Zhang
“My Flawless Life” by Yvonne Woon
“Sunshine” by Jarrett Krosoczka
“Viva Lola Espinoza” by Ella Caron
“Impossible Escape: a true story of survival and heroism in Nazi Europe” by Steve Sheinkin
“My Head has a Bellyache and more Nonsense” by Chris Harris
“The Labors of Hercules Beal” by Gary D. Schmidt
“Just Harriet” by Elana K. Arnold
“Winterhouse” by Ben Guterson
“You Are Here: Connecting Flights” by Ellen Oh
“Greenwild: the world behind the door” by Pari Thomson
“Nic Blake and the Remarkables: The Manifestor Prophecy” by Angie Thomas