Strange the Dreamer does not disappoint.
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Finally, some actual photos, plus a trailer for Red Nose Day, Actually.
They are sixteen, going on Elite Eight.
Michelle Knudsen proves that you can write the exact same book twice and call it a sequel, in Revenge of the Evil Librarian.
Mary Balogh makes hanging out at an orphanage a tantalizing affair in Someone to Hold (this is not as weird as it sounds).
Bracelets will be unraveled and charms will be broken.
Who’s on their way to the Sweet Sixteen?
Get your tap dancing shoes, it's musical crossover time! Plus more Arrow, Iron Fist, Legends of Tomorrow, and the craziness that is Legion.
The Mikaelsons have returned to New Orleans. And they’re taking back Marcel’s favorite trophy.
In the summer of '76, two boys form a friendship born of tragedy and sealed with the promise of excitement, first loves, and alternate uses for mini golf statues. Setting Free the Kites by Alex George.