The Bibliobibuli Favorite, or my review of Six of Crows

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by Leigh Bardugo

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Just stopping by, or a blog tour review for The Casquette Girls

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By Alys Arden

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Gotta have some competition, or my review of Throne of Glass

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Throne of Glass (Throne of Glass #1) 

by Sarah J. Maas

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Just stopping by, or a blog tour review of The Fading Dusk (and a giveaway)

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By Melissa Giorgio

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Just stopping by, or a blog tour post for Trust Me, I’m Trouble (and a giveaway)

TRUST ME, I'M TROUBLE

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By Mary Elizabeth Summer

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Grifting and scavenger hunts and unsupervised teens, or my review for Trust Me, I’m Lying

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By Mary Elizabeth Summer

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List: Best/Worst Love Triangles

Ah, the Love Triangle: Instant guarantee of drama in any YA romance novel, it provides a vast array of emotions, from cringing embarrassment to outright competitions for Who Will Win the Heart of the MC (fortunately, Em and I have never yet been totally divided on our opinions of who should win, otherwise there might be strife in BibliobibuliYA).

Not that they’re all bad–on the contrary, there are some entertaining ones out there. But there are also some really, really bad ones (3 guesses what’s at the bottom of this list). So, for your reading pleasure, we’ve summed up what we consider the best and worst love triangles currently existing in YA Lit.

Enjoy!

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Underrated Pixie Cuts, or my review of Resisting Ruby Rose

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by Jessie Humphries

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You need to find some new friends, dear, or my review of The Creeping

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By Alexandra Sirowy

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