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The Infinite Sea is the second book in a published trilogy by Rick Yancey. The first book, The 5th Wave was turned into a movie, starring Chloe Grace Moretz, but it was not well-received. The following sequel is called The Lost Star. The Infinite...
The Great Gatsby, published in 1925, is widely considered to be F. Scott Fitzergerald's greatest novel. It is also considered a seminal work on the fallibility of the American dream. It focuses on a young man, Jay Gatsby, who, after falling in...
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Paul is overwhelmed by the feeling of being home.... of being with his family, and of seeing his mother who has been sick.
The Radley place fascinates the children because it is surrounded by rumors and forbidden. Nothing is more fascinating to a child than monsters and strange experiences.
The Solidarity Services mimic religious services and promote the spiritual experience. The "hymns" are a parody of religious hymns, communion consists of taking drugs, and lastly..... the attendees of the service indulge in an orgy. The purpose of...
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