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‘How We Fall Apart’ review: Katie Zhao’s dark academia thriller exposes the toxicity of competitive academic environments

Katie Zhao turns to the dark academia sub-genre in ‘How We Fall Apart’ to expose the toxic nature of competitive academics.

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‘Poison for Breakfast,’ the newest offering from Lemony Snicket, is a predictably strange read, if you are familiar with the author’s other works.

‘Burden Falls’ review: Kat Ellis delivers a haunting murder mystery

Without a doubt, ‘Burden Falls’ is a horrifying and chilling novel by Kat Ellis that will leave you at the edge of your seat.