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    Looking for Alaska is a childhood treasure

    Looking for Alaska is a childhood treasure that all young adults should read on their journey to adulthood. I’ll explain why. Book: Looking for Alaska by John Green My rating: 5 of 5 stars on Goodreads. This is a no spoilers book review and differs slightly from my Goodreads review. I will also be posting a full review with spoilers after I reread Looking for Alaska. How do we ever escape this labyrinth of suffering? Is there any reason for hope in this world? I read Looking for Alaska all the way back in high school, but I’ve never been able to give a real review. I’ve never been able…

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    Hidden Deep is a hidden disaster

    This book review of Hidden Deep is brutally honest. An interesting world cannot save this books lack of real character development and overused tropes. Book: Hidden Deep by Amy Patrick. This is a no spoilers book review of Hidden Deep and differs slightly from my Goodreads review. The book Hidden Deep was clearly made to cater to the younger part of the YA genre, so I believe they would love it. However, as an adult reading this book, there are multiple glaringly obvious problems with this book, from plot to much-needed editing in some parts. The unforgettable YA book trope… “But Iโ€™d never been the girl in the room who…