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Meet the Author Erica O’Rourke
Erica is the award-winning author of The Torn Trilogy (Torn, Tangled, and Bound).

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Latin American Literature
Latin American literature exploded onto the world scene in the 1960s and 70s thanks to the work of such authors as Gabriel Garcia Marquez and Carlos Fuentes. Marked by experimental forms and wide use of imagination, Latin American fiction continues to be a powerful force in world literature. Reader's Club invites you to explore and enjoy some of these pieces of a very vibrant mosaic.
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Ever wondered what well known people like to read? Reader's Club asks celebrities to talk about books that affect their lives. Read them all.

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Cabot, Meg (2007)
Meg Cabot is great! The whole "Princess" series is the best!!
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