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The Sea of Tranquility by Katja Millay

Josh has lost everyone he’s ever loved. His grief and anger are a shield that keeps the world out. Nastya has lost someone too—herself. She uses her silence as shield to keep her grief and anger in. Josh doesn’t want to love anyone. Nastya doesn’t want to be loved. Somehow, they become friends, and more. The closer they get to each other, the more wary they become. Trying to balance their pain with high school, friends, parties, and a future that seems hopeless makes happiness seem always out of reach.

Recommended for mature readers in high school and up.


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