Ya ya I'm late. Work. Meh. (Also, if you love books you should download the Litsy app! It's like goodreads-cross-instagram. And also add me, I'm Barefoot there.)
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    How Many Letters Are In Goodbye by Yvonne Cassidy
    I was a little disappointed by the writing in this book. It tackles so many important things: LGBTQI youth, homelessness, grief, and disability... But the execution fell short. (My review here
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    Skin by Ilka Tampke
    I cannot get over how brilliant this book is. Just... Wow. It's set in Iron Age Britain, AD43. The writing is beautiful and the setting gorgeous. And the adventure is heart-racing. I'm in love. (I read this for the @bookriot Read Harder Challenge: read historical fiction set before 1900. I think I win 🤓 😉)
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    Salt to the Sea by Ruta Sepetys
    Listened to this via Audible with my dad. It was his first YA book, and he loved it! The narrators are great at their roles, too.
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    The Three by Sarah Lotz
    So I read this for Bookriots Read Harder Challenge (read a horror book) - and I'm a big baby when it comes to horror. I really like The Three, but I didn't think it was thaaaat scary. Definitely reading the sequel though. Also, the author is South African, and I'm unashamedly biased towards authors of my country. 😎