To Rise In The Time of Turmoil: AMONG THE FALLEN by Virginia Frances Schwartz

AMONG THE FALLEN by Virginia Frances Schwartz is a heartfelt standalone that takes place during the Victorian era and follows a girl as she enters a home run by Charles Dickens to give fallen women hope. This story addresses modern concepts of the #MeToo movement while addressing the problems of 1850s London. I was kindly given this ARC by Holiday House for an honest review.

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Holding On To What’s Important: THE LIBRARY OF LOST THINGS by Laura Taylor Namey

THE LIBRARY OF LOST THINGS by Laura Taylor Namey is a heartfelt contemporary that discusses the idea of family, mental health, and all things literary. I thankfully obtained this ARC from HarperCollins Publishers who kindly sent it to me via NetGalley for an honest review. Here is the summary and shortened review.

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Love Prevails: Spoiler Review of ORPHEUS GIRL by Brynne Rebele-Henry

ORPHEUS GIRL by Brynne Rebele-Henry is a heartbreaking yet hopeful story of two girls in love who must escape a conversion therapy camp as inspired by the story of Orpheus. I graciously obtained this ARC from Soho Teen who kindly sent it to me for an honest review.

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