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5.Who Asked You? by Terry McMillan
Who Asked You? has everything you could ask for in a multigenerational family epic: the sage and soulful matriarch, a wayward son trying to find his way home, an addict daughter fighting for custody of her own child, and a full cast of other characters harboring their own secrets and personal struggles. McMillan is the master of wry humor and too-true characterizations, making this yet another totally captivating read.
6.Legend by Marie Lu
The western U.S. is now the Republic, a nation at war. There, 15-year-old June is being trained to become part of the military elite. Day is her polar opposite, a teenage criminal born into the slums. They would otherwise have no reason to ever cross paths, until the day June’s brother is murdered and Day becomes the prime suspect. I couldn’t put this book down; it’s chock-full of adventure, betrayal, secrets, and suspense, leading up to a larger reveal of the Republic’s sinister inner workings and setting up the next two books in this thrilling trilogy.
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