Reviews and Blog Posts: secrets

Secrets of truth & beauty

by Megan Frazer

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When Dara Cohen won the Little Miss Maine pageant when she was 7, she had no idea what the following years would have in store. It's 10 years later, and she's 17, and not exactly the beauty queen ideal any more. She's still smart, talented, and funny, though, and thinks...

Crash into me

by Albert Borris

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Owen, Frank, Audrey, and Jin-Ae have their own unique problems, but they all want to deal with them in the same way--by committing suicide. They met online, but now are going to meet in person for a final road trip. Their plan: visit the gravesites of celebrities who have committed...

Ten things I hate about me

by Randa Abdel-Fattah

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Jaime just wants to fit in. Rather than deal with the harassment and racism her other classmates of Arab descent face, she dyes her hair blonde, puts in contacts that make her eyes blue and doesn't tell people much about herself. She has a horrible secret: she's of Lebanese-Muslim descent...

The Forest of Hands and Teeth

by Carrie Ryan

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Mary's whole life has been lived behind the fences of the village. Everyone is kept in by the threat of the Unconsecrated, zombies who will either eat your flesh or bite you and turn you in to one of them, but they're also kept in by the Sisters and the...

The last exit to normal

by Michael B Harmon

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When Ben was 14, his father announced he was gay. Ben's mother left, leaving Ben with his dad, and eventually his dad's partner, Edward. Ben thinks it was pretty selfish of his dad to marry someone and have a kid all the while knowing that he was gay, and he...

Emiko superstar

by Mariko Tamaki

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Reaching a crossroads in her life, Emiko is searching for her identity. Catching a flyer in the mall, she decides to check out a performance art hangout called "The Factory" where people wear crazy costumes and are self proclaimed "Freaks." Intrigued by this strange world, Emiko musters up the courage...

PostSecret : extraordinary confessions from ordinary lives

by Frank C. Warren

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Secrets written down on postcards and contributed anonymously. I laughed, I cried, I was shocked by beauty and despair, I saw myself. Humanity revealed.

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