As my first official post, I thought I would dedicate it to one of my favorite book series in preparation for the October 23 release of the fourth and final book, Finale. This post will provide some background on each book. Check back later this week for a review on Finale. Nora Grey is your not-so-average year-old who wants nothing more than to get good grades and live a normal high school life alongside her best friend, Vee Sky. Unfortunately, fate has another plan in store for Nora. A cool, silent, and incredibly hot senior who is somehow in her sophomore class, Patch is someone that Nora instantly feels connected to, and at the same time, wants to run away from.
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Relatives of Wuhan's coronavirus dead on Wednesday said Chinese authorities have deleted their social media group and are pressuring them to keep quiet while a World Health Organization team is in the city to investigate the pandemic's origins. Scores of relatives have banded together online in a shared quest for accountability from Wuhan officials who they blame for mishandling the outbreak that tore through the city one year ago. The effort has thus far been thwarted by official obstruction, monitoring of social media groups and intimidation, say next-of-kin. But pressure has escalated in recent days, apparently to muzzle any criticism and avoid embarrassment during the highly sensitive WHO investigation. A group on social media platform WeChat used by 80 to family members over the past year was suddenly deleted without explanation about 10 days ago, said Zhang Hai, a group member, and a vocal critic of the outbreak's handling.