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Moses was about to tell her that she would never be allowed to go back and that Megan would burn in hell, but it didn't seem a very cheerful thing to say and he didn't want to annoy her again.
Brave New World
In the Light of What We See
Color Blind: a Memoir
In an alternate history clairvoyance is unnatural and a crime. Clairvoyants have to hide their power or risk being consigned to The Tower. It turns out there's something even worse than The Tower, an alternate government in Oxford, run by Rephaim, which Wikipedia and other sources define as giant spirits from the netherworld.
Through the Narrow Gate
Another Life Altogether
Jesse Bennett is an incidentally queer teen with a whack job mom and social status anxiety. I like that the lesbian storyline, while important is only one of the three major themes of this adult, but suitable-for-young-adults novel. Jesse is a likable and believable character in a likable and believable novel. It's a pity I don't have anything brilliant to say about the book because it's a likely candidate for next year's favorites list.