The Museum of Us is the story of mental illness and the desire to escape reality. For Sadie, that leads her down a dangerous road.
Publisher: Penguin/Random House
Wonder Woman is one of those iconic characters, that, even if you haven’t read the comics/graphic novels, you know who she is. And then the recent movie pushed Wonder Woman even further into the pop-culture sphere. Leigh Bardugo’s Wonder Woman lives up to what’s come before and sets the bar for everything that comes after.
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