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This May End Badly

This May End Badly

Everyone has a comfort zone. In terms of reading, that could be a favorite book, a dependable genre, or a reliable author. For some, the go-to is a traditional teen romance. Add the twist of a raging prank war between two rival schools and all the drama that follows,...

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Hi! I’m Gabby, founder of Fable & Hawke. I am a high schooler, big dreamer, and avid reader. When I’m not reading, I love traveling, singing, dancing, photography, cooking, baking, and trying to watch a 2-hour movie in 30 minutes (spoiler: it doesn’t work). As the former book reviewer for my school’s newspaper, I created Fable & Hawke as a place to continue sharing my thoughts on newly released YA books spanning many genres, reading levels, and interests. Each book is bought with my own money, read cover to cover, given my honest review, and donated. And proceeds from your donations and the items you buy from the shop go right back into keeping F&H running, so consider showing your support today!

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Girl on Fire

Girl on Fire

Coming out of Black History Month and into Women's History Month was the perfect timing for the release of this story with an African American and female lead character. So it was only natural for “Girl on Fire” to be the March review. This great graphic novel packed...

Mirror Girls

Mirror Girls

February is Black History Month, and while “Mirror Girls” by Kelly McWilliams may technically be a magical thriller, it is, at its core, a story of Black power and the strength of family. This book was as inspiring as it was powerful, and the inspiration it draws from...

Serendipity: Ten Romantic Tropes, Transformed

Serendipity: Ten Romantic Tropes, Transformed

Valentine’s Day is around the corner, and love is in the air. A time for candy hearts, flowers - and exhausting romance clichés. But not all romance is created equal. “Serendipity: Ten Romantic Tropes, Transformed” takes basic stories and turns them on their heads....

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