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All The Stand-Alone's I Loved and will read again from time to time.
  1.  To Kill A Mockingbird By Harper Lee
  2. Before I Fall By Lauren Oliver
  3. Thirteen Reasons Why By Jay Asher
  4. Catch Me By Claire Contreras
  5. A Blue So Dark By Holly Schindler
  6. Delirium By Lauren Oliver *yes it's a trilogy but in my world the other books don't exist*
  7. Me Before You By Jo Jo Moyes
  8. The Secret garden
  9. Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl
  10. In The Stillness By Andrea Randall
  11. How To Kill A Rockstar By Tiffanie Debartolo
  12. God Shaped Hole By Tiffanie Debartolo
  13. The Law of Moses By Amy Harmon
  14. The Sea of Tranquility By Katja Millay
  15. Aimee and The Heart-Throb By Ophelia London
  16. Thou Shalt Not By J.J Rossum
  17. True Love Story By Willow Aster
  18. Mud Vein By Tarryn Fisher
  19. The Pact By Jodi Picoult
  20. A Walk To Remember By Nicholas Sparks
  21. The Last Song By Nicholas Sparks
  22. Since Drew
  23. The Start of me and you

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