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Old 04-28-2012, 02:45 PM   #14
silasgreenback
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While I'm not interested in reading any of the books mentioned in the column, I do recall Len Edgerly of The Kindle Chronicles podcast mentioning that The Hunger Games books were remarkable. I doubt Mr. Edgerly moves his lips when he's reading.

While this doesn't classify as YA and steps a rung down to juvenile, I plan to revisit some of those John Bellairs books I enjoyed so much as a kid. I'll be sure not to move my lips or breathe through my mouth, but I'll enjoy the trip down memory lane and will make no apologies for it.
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