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YA literature reviewed from Scandinavia
YA literature reviewed from Scandinavia

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If you like all the glitz and the glam, New York, the 19th century, the scandals, the charming irresistible boys and the manipulative and glamorous girls, then this is the book for you. It takes you into the world of all that, and you want to scream, cry and hug the characters all at once.
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Five girls, one murder and a whole lot of mystery. The story about Ava, Caitlin, Julie, Mackenzie and Parker who all hate the same guy. Together they come up with the perfect plan to kill him, but when he shows up dead the exact same way they planned it they have to work together to find the real killer before their perfect lives comes crumbling down around them.
When you mix the perfect girls, irresistible boys, plotted murder and secrets you get the perfect Sara Shepard cocktail. The Perfectionists had me at the edge of me seat the entire ride and I never knew what to expect along the way.
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I’m sure you’re going to feel uneasy like Lexi in this story, when her 13 year old little sister Kasey starts to act pretty weird in their old house they’ve just moved into. Lexi hopes it’s just the basement, that is horrifying. She’s so wrong. ‘Bad Girls Don’t Die’ isn’t so scary, that you can’t go brush your teeth alone in the bathroom after reading, but it’s pretty damn creepy and really well build up. The series consists of completed stories, and even though this book is easy to read and perfect for young teens with English as their second language, the plot is great and not childish at all.
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A deadly virus kills most of the American children. Those who survive suddenly develops dangerous, supernatural abilities. Ruby is one of them. She manages to escape from the brutal government-run “rehabilitation” camps. Together with a few others she struggle to survive in a world, where everyone has their own agenda and will stop at nothing to use kids like them. The story was so engrossing and action packed, that it left me breathless
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‘The Perks of Being a Wallflower’ is the story about the sensitive 15-year-old boy, Charlie, who starts in High School. As a reader I felt like I had a bigger role in this book because of the personal writing style and that is something I have never experienced before. But at the same time I cannot say that ‘The Perks of Being a Wallflower’ has reached my list of favorite books.
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5 out of 5 stars!  "I cannot stress enough that ‘Alice in Zombieland’ is not a retelling of ‘Alice in Wonderland’! But nonetheless, I loved how the zombies were this kind of spirits, which you had to fight in spirit form, because it’s something I’ve never seen before and it worked great. In addition all the persons in this book felt so genuine and I wanted to be Alice because of her confident and strong personality, and also so I could get her lovely friends and family."
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