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Scythe by Neal Shusterman

In a futuristic world where humanity has conquered death, only a Scythe can permanently kill anyone. This book is interesting because the unfamiliarity of the situation keeps the reader engaged, along with the numerous twists and turns throughout the story.

Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare

Set in Victorian Era England, a woman named Tessa finds themselves trapped in a feud between angels and vampires. This book is decently heavy on romance but also has captivating world-building and dynamic characters.  

Pax by Sara Pennypacker

Pax, a fox, is rescued by a boy named Peter, and they eventually lose track of each other. This story is about loss, reunion, and learning to move on. Despite a somewhat slow overall pace, the story is very fluid and never gets boring.

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