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   Escape the Ordinary 2015 Adult Summer Reading       2015 DFL Teen Summer Reading   
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Important Messages
* Sign up to keep track of what you read this summer and review your books so others can know what you think!

* Prizes for the most reviews, a raffle that will benefit those who enter the most books read.

* Watch for our summer programs like Poetry Slam, Game Night, Arduino Interactive Garden Wall

* We may be doing some other programs this summer that we will advertise on this site as well as on the Duxbury Free Library Teen Page!
Reviews
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"Wabanaki Blues" by Melissa T. is a awesome book that speaks to fans of music, Native American traditions, mysteries, and many other genres. Mona, the main character, is sent to live with her grandfather for the summer of her high school graduation while her parents are away. When there, Mona delves into her Native American roots, all the while trying to solve a murder case. Will Mona be able to find the criminal before he finds her?
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"Code Name Verity" by E. Wein
is a phenomenal story about two women in World War Two. Maddie and Julie, best friends, fly to Nazi-occupied France, Maddie the pilot and Julie the spy. When their plane gets shot down, only one of the two girls will be able to eventually return home. This book is full of twists that will leave you dying to read more.
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"Hunter" by Mercedes Lackey
Hunter is a wonderful book for fans of The Hunger Games. The book is abut survival, but magic and monsters are laced into it as well. Joyuex Charmand is a Hunter, one of the only people who can fight the monsters from the Otherside.
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Did you enjoy reading The Hunger Games and Divergent? If so, you must read The Testing! It is about a girl name Cia who just graduated High School and was chosen to take The Testing. The Testing is a 5 part test and a wrong anwser results in death. There are 108 chosen people but only 20 can get a spot in the university. During Cia's time in the testing she is learning who she can trust and who is out to get rid of the competition. You must read The Testng! I highly recomend it!