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Book Review: The Diviners by Libba Bray

Best known for her Great and Terrible Beauty trilogy, Libba Bray returns with a spooky teen novel about the occult and a serial killer who just won’t quit. Kidzworld reviews The Diviners. Back to Article

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Aarjan
Aarjan wrote:
2013-05-05 03:35:14 -0700

looks good

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Erin96878
Erin96878 wrote:
2012-10-14 06:09:19 -0700

I would so read that. Mysteries are great!

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casio
casio wrote:
2012-10-13 08:21:36 -0700

its really awesome.......

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