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Download today's #FreeFridays eBook - Blake Pierce's captivating thriller "Once Taken" - free at #BNReadouts: http://spr.ly/6267BqcFd
Special Agent Riley Paige froze in place, staring in shock. The handful of pebbles on her bed shouldn’t have been there. Someone had broken into her home and placed them—someone who meant her harm.She knew immediately the pebbles were a message, and that the message was from an old enemy
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"For those of us who are always trying to go back long after Aslan kicks us out, here are seven YA books to read, based on your favorite of the Narnia chronicles."
I have never had a problematic fave as beloved or as problematic as C.S. Lewis's The Chronicles of Narnia. Growing up as a young atheist, Jewish, anti-racist, existentialist feminist, there were many moments in Lewis’s text that strained my unadulterated enjoyment of stories that were otherwise
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"Novik’s win, coming for her first novel outside of the beloved Temeraire series, and for a book about a young woman coming into her own power, felt like the perfect capper to an evening of awards that proved that women’s voices—which have always spoken loudly within SF/F—are being heard in a big way." 
So maybe we aren't the best awards prognosticators, but you'll forgive us for making the wrong call on the winner of the 2015 Nebula Award for Best Novel: after three previous nominations, we were sure N.K. Jemisin would finally take home the trophy for the dazzlingly accomplished, apocaly
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"Here are our seven superheroes that deserve a shot in the MCU, and the books that show you why we’re right."
With the second season of Netflix's Daredevil dropping in just a few hours, we're once again feeling the love for the small screen side of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). The first season wowed us, from the fight choreography, to the impeccable acting, to the sophisticated visual meta
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Moon Knight if done right would be my fave

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"If you've ever wondered how you'd die in a horror movie (are you a pre-title credits casualty or will you fall victim to a nefarious garage door around the midway point?), look no further than these very special Friday the 13th horoscopes!" 
If you've ever wondered how you'd die in a horror...
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"The thrill of celebrity, the intrigue of an unsolved crime, the search for closure and justice."
The thrill of celebrity, the intrigue of an unsolved crime, the search for closure and justice; American Crime Story: The People vs. OJ Simpson brought it all to TV and then some. While few things have the pop culture impact of that infamous glove, there are plenty of gripping crimes that are worthy
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"What kind of kitten would Aaron Burr be? Would King George III have to be housebroken? All appropriate questions. Welcome to the cutest and most awesome slideshow ever created!"
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"This brightly lit flash forward is only fleeting, but it does serve as a reminder of the real mystery that’s yet to unfold this season: how Claire ends up back to life as Mrs. Randall."
It happened! Book fans have been wondering throughout Season 2 if we would meet Brianna, Claire’s 20th-century daughter, and this week’s episode of Outlander begins with Claire in Boston circa 1954, next to a supremely red-headed child. They’re flipping through books when Claire mentions to her daug
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"Given the internet’s fondness of Hodor, you can hardly throw a virtual rock into Google without hitting a meme about the lovable giant. He is an important character in the sense that he safeguards a much more important character, Bran Stark. I never imagined him rising above the gimmick that, well, he could only say his name."
Greetings, and welcome! My name is Ben, and you have stumbled upon the ONLY Game of Thrones recap on the entire internet. Week to week I will be breaking down each episode of season 6, giving out highly prestigious awards, counting how many times Hodor says “Hodor,” and wrapping everything up with
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"I’m making up my own American wizarding houses. I think you’ll find that these are all perfectly plausible."
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+Alandis Butler​ become a wizard. Lol 😂
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"Be yourself completely and fearlessly in your writing. Get your personality on the page. Dive into your passions, sorrows, joys, idiosyncrasies, insights, your personal myths, monsters and miracles."
Jandy Nelson (The Sky is Everywhere, I'll Give You the Sun) is a bestselling author of YA novels marked by the gorgeousness of their prose, the swooniness of their love stories, and the way they break your heart into a million pieces, then put it back together. Nelson is appearing at B&N&#0
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"But where do Imogen and Marin fit in the grand scheme of storied sibling rivalries in fantasy? I’m glad you’ve asked. Let’s place them on the spectrum of sibling rivalries in fantasy, starting with the relatively standard 'bruised feelings,' and ending somewhere near 'vengeful homicide.”
Kat Howard’s eerily beautiful debut novel, Roses and Rot, introduces a mysterious, secluded school; a compelling modern fantasy world; and a sibling rivalry that threatens to unravel the whole thing. At the heart of the novel are Imogen and Marin, two sisters who have translated their troubled child
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