After battling a new wave of magic-obsessed vampires in America, Simon, Baz, Penny, and Agatha return home face their fears, futures, and new threats. Simon has decided to leave magic and the World of Mages behind for good – but does that mean leaving his friends and boyfriend behind, too? Baz has quite a few emergencies to . . .
The year is 1999, and Lincoln has just started a new job working nights as an Internet Security Officer at The Courier. He didn't realize "Internet Security Office" translated to "reading people's emails." When an email gets flagged---emails that contain profanity, emails that don't pertain to work, etc.---Lincoln is supposed to send the . . .
It’s Halloween at the pumpkin patch, which means it’s the last night Josiah and Deja will work the Succotash Hut together before going off to college next season. Deja is going to miss Josiah—and the snacks. Josiah is going to miss Deja, too, but he’s more upset that he never talked to the girl of his dreams: the Fudge Shop girl, Marcy. So Deja . . .
Simon Snow’s story is over. He’s no longer the Chosen One. He’s no longer a mage. He can barely get himself up off the couch. And his relationship with Baz is...very much uncertain. Penelope decides what they all need is a holiday. So Simon, Penny, and Baz wind up on a road trip across western America, and run into just as much . . .
Simon Snow is the Chosen One. Or, that’s what everybody’s always telling him, anyway. He’s terrible with magic. But he’s been prophesied, they say, and he’s the only one who can stop the Insidious Humdrum, a magic-eating monster. And then there’s Baz, his nemesis, possibly vampiric roommate at Watford, who is . . .
When Georgie decides to stay in LA to work during Christmas instead of flying to Omaha with her husband Neil and 2 kids, it seems like her marriage is over. Neil wont return any of Georgie's calls, until she starts calling from her mom's landline. But then, the Neil that answers isn't . . .
Title: Fangirl Author: Rainbow Rowell Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin Press Publication Date: September 2013 Rating: 5 stars Opening Line: There was a boy in her room. There's something about Rainbow Rowell's writing that completely absorbs me as a reader. Her plots are interesting, her narrators are captivating, her dialogue is fun and witty, and her prose…
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