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Everything, Everything
Everything, Everything | Nicola Yoon
The Instant #1 New York Times BestsellerIf you love Eleanor and Park, Hazel and Augustus, and Mia and Adam, youll love the story of Maddy, a girl whos literally allergic to the outside world, and Olly, the boy who moves in next door . . . and becomes the greatest risk shes ever taken. This innovative and heartfelt debut novel unfolds via vignettes, diary entries, illustrations, and more.My disease is as rare as it is famous. Basically, Im allergic to the world. I dont leave my house, have not left my house in seventeen years. The only people I ever see are my mom and my nurse, Carla. But then one day, a moving truck arrives next door. I look out my window, and I see him. He's tall, lean and wearing all blackblack T-shirt, black jeans, black sneakers, and a black knit cap that covers his hair completely. He catches me looking and stares at me. I stare right back. His name is Olly.Maybe we cant predict the future, but we can predict some things. For example, I am certainly going to fall in love with Olly. Its almost certainly going to be a disaster.From the Hardcover edition.
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MollyLooby
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Starting this 🥰

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Roxy26
Mehso-so

Quick, easy read for fans of YA. I myself am more of an older adult - much older, so probably not the best at giving an unbiased review. I can imagine younger me enjoying this book very much! Some beautiful descriptive writing and an interesting format, with illustrations, diary entries etc.

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alindemann
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“Life is a gift. Don‘t forget to live it.” Crazy plot twist in this book. Really sucks you in!

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“My diseases is as rare as it is famous. It‘s a form of Severe Combined Immunodeficiency (SCI), but basically I am allergic to the world. I don‘t leave my house, have not left my house in fifteen years.”
A debut book by Nicola Yoon, which is very underrated but it‘s a good read. A story about a girl with SCI, how she is living her life in a house.
I can give this book 4.5. Really enjoyed reading it.

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Hannah.Aloysius
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The book talks about two teenagers one who‘s a girl that is basically allergic to the world an cannot leave her very sanitary an safe house an then you have a boy who moved in next door an is very curious about the life functions of the girl. Rules are broken an relationships loose their bond for another. I love the book it keeps me intrigued an surprised. The theme is love an life risks because through love a girl is willing to risk her life.

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MissYaremcio Nicely done Hannah! 6/6 such a good book! 7mo
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KateReadsYA
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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Very sweet story! I could not put this one down. Had fun with this buddy read @BooksNBowls
Olly and Maddy were everything young love should be about!

TheBookHippie I remember this one. Teens love it. 8mo
BooksNBowls Did you ever watch the movie? I just watched it again and I feel like a little teenage girl again 😅 8mo
KateReadsYA @BooksNBowls not yet. Where did you stream it?? 8mo
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BooksNBowls @KateReadsYA honestly on some putlocker site. I don‘t have prime and idk if it‘s on anything else I think you can rent it on YouTube or something 8mo
BooksNBowls @KateReadsYA did you find out if it was on prime? 8mo
KateReadsYA @BooksNBowls I think it's like $4 to rent on prime?? I'm not sure I haven't checked haha because I've been so busy today. And now I am finally getting to read! 8mo
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BooksNBowls
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I loved this book! It‘s so cute and although it is YA, it didn‘t seem immature at all. The drawings and diagrams made this such a fun read. I‘m going to watch the movie now!

KateReadsYA Yessss. The drawings were soo cute. 8mo
BooksNBowls @KateReadsYA the drawings are in the closing credits of the movie and they did SUCH a good job. They like brought them to life! Having read the book now, I think the movie was absolutely perfect. 8mo
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KateReadsYA
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Okay but hold up 🤚
Who TF pays 30 dollars for a t shirt. @BooksNBowls 🤣 lmao

BooksNBowls Ikr I was cringing lol 😂 8mo
KateReadsYA @wanderinglynn well at least those have graphics and aren't just basic tees 🙃 8mo
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wanderinglynn Yes, 30 for a basic tee seems a little steep. 8mo
BooksNBowls Good afternoon my dear! When would you like to discuss today? I do have to run some errands this afternoon but I‘ll be free tonight! 8mo
KateReadsYA @BooksNBowls yes same. Heading to the nursery to pick out some plants so let's definitely discuss tonight. It's 11:30 here what time is it there?? 8mo
BooksNBowls 12:30 8mo
BooksNBowls @KateReadsYA also I‘m EXTREMELY jealous of the fact that you are going out to buy plants 😩 8mo
KateReadsYA @BooksNBowls My anxiety was super high so my husband asked if I'd like to go and of course I always want to look at plants haha!!!! 🪴 I'll post later if I find anything. Let's get on around 6 or 7?? Sound good? Or even later works. 8mo
BooksNBowls @KateReadsYA that works for me! I‘ll let you know if something pops up but should be good for 6 your time 7 mine? 8mo
KateReadsYA @BooksNBowls Yeah that's a great time. 8mo
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KateReadsYA
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Finally some alone time.....
Enjoying some Cherry Blossom Tea and this cozy weather. 🍒 🌸 ☕️

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BooksNBowls
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My #buddyread this month with @KateReadsYA !! We will be discussing the first half of the book tomorrow if anyone who‘s read it would like to join us. It‘s a quick read if you have it on your shelf already!!

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KateReadsYA
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Getting started on my weekend read. 💗🌷
#buddyread with @BooksNBowls
*getting half read for week 1! Let's discuss this Sunday?

WJCintron I LOVE this one!! I love Nicola Yoon. She's really nice also, and her husband too! They are both on Instagram! 😃 👍 There's a movie. 8mo
Liatrek I love all her books❤️ They all have amazing covers. 8mo
KateReadsYA @WJCintron @Liatrek I'm only 20 pages in and I can agree. Her writing is very simple but nice. I'm enjoying it! 8mo
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WJCintron @KateReadsYA Yes!! You can read it in one sitting! Glad you like it!! 8mo
coffeewithbooks I love this book . Read it twice 8mo
KateReadsYA @coffeewithbooks the part about the bundt cake was so funny and cute 😍 8mo
BooksNBowls Yessss!!!! I have seen the movie, but it was a while ago. I‘m gonna watch it again when we finish. I love all her little quirky drawings! See y‘all tomorrow! 8mo
KateReadsYA @BooksNBowls I didn't even know there was a movie until @WJCintron said there was. I'll have to watch it. I love how they do Instant messaging back and forth, we should do that for our book discussion. Do you have gmail?? 8mo
BooksNBowls @KateReadsYA me too! yes I do! Is there an app for IM? 8mo
KateReadsYA @BooksNBowls I usually do it on my laptop! Do you have a computer or just your phone?? 8mo
BooksNBowls @KateReadsYA my laptop is broken 😭😭 8mo
KateReadsYA @BooksNBowls Google hangout or Google chat in the app store?? 8mo
BooksNBowls @KateReadsYA I have google hangouts! 8mo
KateReadsYA @BooksNBowls awesome. Add me olsenkatelyn27@gmail.com 🤩 I'm on now trying to see if I can get it to work 8mo
BooksNBowls @KateReadsYA I sent you a chat! 8mo
chasjjlee @BooksNBowls @KateReadsYA there is this app called BookShip and it is specifically for buddy reads. You can do public ones or private ones with only the people you invite. It's like a little chat and you can even mark your comment as a spoiler and say which page it's on so everyone can read that comment when they get to that part. I think you invite people with email. 8mo
chasjjlee Mine is chasity1pullam@gmail.com if y'all wanna find me on there 👍. 8mo
BooksNBowls @chasjjlee omg I will download this today and check it out! I‘ve never heard of it before!! 8mo
KateReadsYA @chasjjlee @BooksNBowls I just downloaded it. 8mo
KateReadsYA @chasjjlee have you read a court of thorns and roses?? 8mo
chasjjlee @KateReadsYA yes I have. I didn't continue with the series though. 8mo
KateReadsYA @chasjjlee oh okay! 8mo
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Ily_vuc
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Madeline Whittier has a severe disease called SCID (severe combined immunodeficiency) meaning that she‘s extremely vulnerable outside and can get ill from even taking a breath of fresh air. She has to stay inside the filtered confines of her house at all times, but she‘s fine with that. She‘s never had many reasons to want to go outside. Then one day, she meets a boy named Olly, who moves into the house next to hers.

Ily_vuc They start talking online, and then eventually meet in person with the help of Madeline‘s nurse, Carla. As she starts to fall in love with Olly, Madeline realizes just how much she‘s been missing out on her whole life. She struggles to choose between her feelings and the need to not get attached to something she can‘t have. However, the more she tries to let it go the harder it becomes. 11mo
Ily_vuc She ends up having to decide between risking her life for love and an amazing experience, or continuing to live in a restricted box.
This book is written in the first person point of view, because Madeline (the main character) tells the story. The author uses pronouns like “I” and “we”, which shows us that Madeline tells us what‘s going on from her point of view.
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Ily_vuc If you enjoy reading books that deal with the meaning of life and the power of love, then this book would be a great read for you. Moreover, if you like books that have short chapters, I‘d recommend this book. 11mo
MissYaremcio Thank you for the review Ily! This book has been on my to-read list for years! 6/6 11mo
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18-year-old Madeline Whittier was diagnosed with immunodeficiency aka “bubble baby disease”, which prevents her from ever leaving her house. She is forced to stay home with her mother and nurse reading books and looking through a window day after day. When a new family moves in next door Maddy watches with curiosity and she wishes that she could for once leave her hermetically sealed environment.

sarahtalbot The son of the new family, Olly, won‘t let Maddie‘s disease or her mother stop him from showing her the world. After Maddy and Olly break free from her sealed home her worst fears come to life. She ends up in the hospital and the doctor confirms that her immune system is in fact weakened. Eventually, Maddy‘s mother reveals that Maddy has always been perfectly healthy. 11mo
sarahtalbot I really liked this book. There was never a dull moment for me and I would suggest it to everyone who loves a “forbidden love” story. The chemistry between Maddy and Olly was felt all the way through and they were very well developed. I will definitely be reading another book by Nicola Yoon again! 11mo
MissYaremcio Nicely done Sarah! This looks like such a good read - I definitely need to read it! I was just missing your POV and how it is established. 4/6 11mo
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graciejo_fehr
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This book is a great read, pretty easy to get into and just has a great meaning to it.

JillsBookshelf Welcome to Litsy! ❤️ 📚 10mo
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MeganLindell
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Mehso-so

⭐️⭐️ ½

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Panpan

What I did like was the unique way the book was presented: different chapters had drawings, diagrams, emails, and journal entries making the book mixed-media.
However, that‘s where what I like stops. I felt the plot was way too slow. For much of the book, nothing happens. Then, when stuff does happen, the biggest plot flaw is how in the world do these two teenagers get money??? Plus, the romance was very insta-love.

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judging72
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I read this a few years ago just before the movie had come out and then watched the movie. I just finished reading this through for the second time!

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allureofbeauty
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Another dollar tree haul with a couple dvds too. But look at that cute pocket copy of everything everything on top. I love it. I really need to start reading faster haha #sendhelp

Has anyone read any of these or want to buddy read any?

#dollartree #dollartreehaul #haul #bookhaul #newbooks #dvds #memoir #fiction #youngadult #ya #dvd #mystery #thriller

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Whalien99
Mehso-so

3 stars

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nandi_b
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Mehso-so

Everything Everything by Nicola Yoon

This book was okay, it's not something I'd read over and over again, but its worth a re-read. The format is what I think the best part of this book. It's not your traditional text, there's illustrations, funky handwriting, and quotes and texts. That part was what made this book enjoyable. This is phenomenal work by Nicola Yoon, considering this is her first novel.

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4⭐️ Did I like it, yes. Is it something that I will read again, possibly. Was it pretty predictable, absolutely! Mind you that it was meant for young readers, and while I love a good YA, I am an adult. I will say that while I predicted what was going to happen, it‘s still got my emotions pretty intense. It was really well written and worth reading.

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5✨ I haven‘t started and finished a book in hours I think ever. This book was so good. I‘ll admit it was an audiobook, but suggest having the copy as well because of the illustrations, charts, and emails. I checked through every so often. I‘ll save my full discussion for my hometown book club. 😍

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Can‘t put this down! 😍

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DarkMina
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#loveprevails

Day 16: First love

Eggs Great book 👍🏼📚 2y
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CatVall85
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I am starting this book. I remember a few years ago this book being everywhere. I am often late to the train when it comes to certain books.

wanderinglynn Welcome to Litsy! 👋🏻 I too am often late in reading popular books. 😆 2y
CatVall85 @wanderinglynn Thank you!! 2y
Nute Welcome to Litsy! It‘s a warm and friendly community. I know that you will enjoy yourself here. I‘m looking forward to getting to know you!🙂 1y
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KimberlyJuracich
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Absolutely loved it. Twist pissed me off but like in a good way? Beautifully written

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ATC
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If you are not regretting you are not living . - Nicola Yoon . Enjoyed the quick read!

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ATC
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Commencing this borrowed from a friend tonight ! Let‘s see how this goes !

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1. Since I came to the conclusion this year that one thing I truly love is reading and can't believe it took so long for me to discover, I am setting my reading goal to be 24 books at the least in 2021. I'm a super busy mom/wife but I plan to make time for myself.
2. The book tagged!- Everything, Everything, I don't usually read about illness. This book does look very good though.
3. Sarah J. Maas-I hear so much about her.
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ozma.of.oz Good luck with your goal! If you haven‘t tried them before, I can‘t recommend audiobooks enough! I listen to them all the time. Thank you for sharing! 2y
KateReadsYA @ozma.of.oz thank you, I just like the old fashioned way of the feel of a book! You're welcome 😊 2y
ozma.of.oz Totally valid! Sometimes I need the feel of a physical book, myself. 😁 2y
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Regret is a part of life and that is perfectly acceptable–as long as you‘re not drown in it.

"Everything, Everything" by Nicola Yoon, Chapter "Infected" ✨

#NicolaYoon #EverythingEverything #YANovel #BookQuote

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ameliaR230
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Definitely one of my favorite novels. I am an author of young adult romance as well, for it was this story that inspired me to write my fifth novel. Maddy definitely stole my heart, but Ollie swept her off her feet. I remember watching the film first before actually reading the book, and while on deployment, I read and finished a great novel. I am so ready to read more by this wonderful author.

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riversong153
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This was a quick and easy read. I really enjoyed it.

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GreenGrl87
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It‘s Lit! Virtual Book Club meeting tomorrow night (11/20) at 6pm PST/ 9pm EST

https://meet.google.com/pon-hhjz-pgq

riversong153 I‘m almost done with the book! 2y
GreenGrl87 @riversong153 this one almost snuck up on me 😅 but it went pretty quick once I actually started it. 2y
Chelleo Ok, I‘ve been slacking but I‘ll be ready to chat! 2y
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GreenGrl87
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It‘s Lit! Virtual Book Club meeting tomorrow night (11/20) at 6pm PST/ 9pm EST

https://meet.google.com/pon-hhjz-pgq

BeaG How do I get in on the next one? 2y
GreenGrl87 @BeaG we meet every other month so the next discussion will be January 15th. I will try to remember to post the selection here early enough to read the book ahead of time. But you are certainly welcome to join us tomorrow too, even if you haven‘t read this one! 2y
BeaG @GreenGrl87 Ok, thanks! 2y
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WJCintron I LOVED the book, Watched the movie last week. It's pretty true to the book. It's on VUDU. 😃 👍 But the book is better, as always!! 2y
GreenGrl87 @WJCintron I still haven‘t seen the movie, but I need to check it out! 😄 2y
WJCintron @GreenGrl87 😃 👍 They changed minor things, so I don't think you'll be disappointed. Keep me posted if you watch it! Have fun!! 2y
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orlane_yemeletaguena

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Some words the author used in this book for me to understand more matter was vocabulary us teens use everyday. Which made me put an imagination in my head better and understanding what the character is saying. Plus, the words she was using fits so good with the characters because this book is about this teenage girl and the author is using words any typical teenage girl would be using but at the same thing she's using “high class words.“

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Tehya16
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Everything Everything is a realistic fiction by Nicola Yoon. This book is about Madeline Whittier who was diagnosed with SCID. Her disease is extremely rare and dangerous so she has spent her whole life in her house. A family moves next door with a son named Olly. The book revolves around them and how their relationship grows. I loved reading this book and there is an amazing twist. I would recommend it to anyone who likes realistic fiction books.

CambriaBell27 Sounds like a good book that I would read 2y
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orlane_yemeletaguena

Non-Fiction: the author choose to do it that way?
The text I read today was strutted very well and was very interesting. I got to know the other character in the book a little more better and their personal life. The way the author chose to do the text I was reading today was really good, she did something like they were texting back and forehead if that makes sense. It generally made the book more interesting and showed their personalities.

LibrarianRyan Non-Fiction? Everything everything is not non-fiction. 2y
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orlane_yemeletaguena

character who connects to some I know is Madeline's mom. Madeline's mom is a very overprotective mom but also wants her child to have fun and freedom in her life but it's hard to both do that when your child has a diseases that could easily kill her if she steps one foot outside. This connects to my mom because my mom because my mom is a bit overprotective but also not, and I get how she wants to limit my freedom in order to be safe.

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orlane_yemeletaguena

The book I'm reading talks about an 18 year old who suffers from this diseases called severe combined immunodeficiency (SCID), it's a condition that keeps her inside her house for her entire life. In the book she explains how she wasn't gotten out of her house for 17 years and spends her whole entire time reading books. But it all changes when a boy moves next door, her life becomes more fun she described.

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Tehya16

I am on page 139 of Everything Everything by Nicola Yoon. I like the main character Madeline because she tries her hardest to make the best of her situation. So far the book has been really good and has had some very exciting moments right from the beginning.

MrsBabki Great start! 2y
CambriaBell27 Nice job friend 2y
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Jovy
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#3Books #thathavebeenmadeintomovies

Going YA for this prompt. Loved the books, movies were decent. But then, books ARE always better!

OriginalCyn620 Yes they are! 2y
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