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From the shadowy walls of Weep to the twisting alleys of Ketterdam to the sleek penthouses of NYC 2118, there are dozens of intriguing settings in YA lit—and we can’t get enough. Strange the Dreamer, Laini Taylor’s newest epic fantasy, features her best world-building yet—so, in honor of its release, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite mysterious cities of YA. 

  1. Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor
  2. Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo
  3. The Coldest Girl in Coldtown by Holly Black
  4. The Thousandth Floor by Katharine McGee
  5. The Walled City by Ryan Graudin

You never know what’s lurking around the bend in these places… it could be wonders beyond imagining or dangers beyond comprehension. You’d better start reading ASAP to find out!

You know you’re trash when you read “x reader” stuff and you automatically read your name instead of y/n…

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Watch: Samantha Bee says House Speaker Paul Ryan is the “Taylor Swift” of the GOP because he feigns innocence and is completely disingenuous

Bee focused on Ryan’s big shift on everything related to Trump in a segment called Paul Ryan: Portrait in Courage. Last year, the speaker went from saying he wasn’t ready to support Trump, to penning an op-ed endorsing the then-presidential candidate, to defending Trump’s policies. Check out Ryan’s full descent into brown (orange?) nosing territory.

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it’s been 10 years since high school musical came out and sharpay and ryan still deserved the lead roles in the musical about 10,000 times more than troy and gabriella did b y e