Books I Want to Read; Part #230

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  1. Seven Perfect Things by Catherine Ryan Hyde
  2. Together We Will Go by J. Michael Straczynski
  3. Hunger of the Pine by Teal Swan
  4. The House of Twelve by Sean Davies
  5. The Land by Thomas Maltman
  6. Muffled by Jennifer Gennari
  7. Ten Thousand Tries by Amy Makehnie
  8. Amina’s Song by Hena Khan
  9. Not My Problem by Ciara Smyth
  10. Kind of Sort of Fine by Spencer Hall
  11. Fix by J. Albert Mann
  12. Indivisible by Daniel Aleman
  13. An Emotion of Great Delight by Tahereh Mafi
  14. The Other Side of Perfect by Mariko Turk
  15. After the Ink Dries by Cassie Gustafson
  16. On the Hook by Francisco X. Stork
  17. The Mirror Season by Anna-Marie McLemore
  18. The Wide Starlight by Nicole Lesperance
  19. The Thud by Mikael Ross (READ)
  20. Summer Spirit by Elizabeth Holleville
  21. Penny by Karl Stevens
  22. In: A Graphic Novel by Will McPhail
  23. Maids by Katie Skelly
  24. The Impending Blindness of Billie Scott by Zoe Thorogood
  25. My Begging Chart by Keiler Roberts
  26. Monsters by Barry Windsorsmith
  27. A Sleep by Myranda Tristant
  28. Wolves: Tooth and Claw by Tim Yackley
  29. Save It for Later by Nate Powell
  30. The Incredible Nellie Bly by Luciana Cimino
  31. Flash Forward by Rose Eveleth
  32. Impossible James by Danger Slater
  33. Flying Couch by Amy Kurzweil
  34. Pretending is Lying by Dominique Goblet
  35. Sneeze by Naoki Urasawa
  36. Kusama: The Graphic Novel by Elisa Macellari
  37. Forbidden Colors by Yukio Mishima
  38. After the Banquet by Yukio Mishima
  39. The Revised Fundamentals of Caregiving by Jonathan Evison
  40. Mascot by Antony John
  41. Jubilee by Patricia Reilly Giff
  42. Outside In by Sarah Ellis
  43. The Girl with Borrowed Wings by Rinsai Rossetti
  44. Now Is the Hour by Tom Spanbauer
  45. Perp by Lyle Kessler
  46. House of Fire by Lyle Kessler
  47. Robbers by Lyle Kessler
  48. Scarborough by Fiona Evans
  49. Things You Shouldn’t Say Past Midnight by Peter Ackerman
  50. Still No Idea by Lisa Hammond

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