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10 Bullet Point Review of Andrew Smith’s ‘Winger’: Devastating, Infuriating, Kinda Sorta Good

10 Bullet Point Review of Andrew Smith’s ‘Winger’: Devastating, Infuriating, Kinda Sorta Goodfeatured

I am apparently growing worryingly obsessed with Andrew Smith. I read another of his novels — Grasshopper Jungle — first, and I loved it. Then I read Winger. The synopsis on Amazon will tell you that Winger is about a fourteen-year-old boy named Ryan Dean West (Ryan Dean is his whole first name, by the way) navigating Read more

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