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Tunnel Vision by Susan Adrian (Grades 7 & up). When Jake Lukin, 18, reveals his psychic ability, he's forced to become a government asset in order to keep his mother and sister safe, but Rachel, the girl he likes, tries to help him live his own life instead of tunneling through others.

Tunnel Vision by Susan Adrian (Grades 7 & up). When Jake Lukin, 18, reveals his psychic ability, he's forced to become a government asset in order to keep his mother and sister safe, but Rachel, the girl he likes, tries to help him live his own life instead of tunneling through others.

Cherub - Robert Muchamore. Awesome book, quite like Alex Rider, in a way.

Cherub - Robert Muchamore. Awesome book, quite like Alex Rider, in a way.

I have read it and wrote an review on my blog. That book was really great.

I have read it and wrote an review on my blog. That book was really great.

Becoming Jinn - Lori Goldstein; https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/22718738-becoming-jinn?ac=1

Becoming Jinn - Lori Goldstein; https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/22718738-becoming-jinn?ac=1

Looking for Alaska by John Green | 26 Contemporary Books That Should Be Taught In High School

Looking for Alaska by John Green

Looking for Alaska by John Green | 26 Contemporary Books That Should Be Taught In High School

Leigh sells graves for her family-owned cemetery because her father is too lazy to look farther than the dinner table when searching for employees. Working the literal graveyard shift, she meets two kinds of customers:   Pre-Need: They know what’s up. They bought their graves a long time ago, before they needed them.   At Need: They are in shock, mourning a loved one’s unexpected death. Leigh avoids sponging their agony by focusing on things like guessing the headstone . . . 4 stars

Leigh sells graves for her family-owned cemetery because her father is too lazy to look farther than the dinner table when searching for employees. Working the literal graveyard shift, she meets two kinds of customers: Pre-Need: They know what’s up. They bought their graves a long time ago, before they needed them. At Need: They are in shock, mourning a loved one’s unexpected death. Leigh avoids sponging their agony by focusing on things like guessing the headstone . . . 4 stars

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