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10 April 2014


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I would so read “The Name Game.” It is my reality! Having had a name that was uncommon in my generation, I have always been a little creeped out when I have to talk to someone sharing my name.


“I agree with you,” says the mysterious new boy in school.
I didn’t even say anything out loud. Even when I don’t speak, the pencil speaks for me. It’s always going to be like this.


SO, so wrong.


Cute! Though IN A WORLD where there is apparently only a finite number of ideas publishers are interested in, there's already a subgenre of mysterious-cute-boy-laden dystopian YA about standardized testing.

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