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Alternative Press - Magazine Review by Shanelle

Posted on 25-Oct-17 17:39
In this day and age so many magazines are dedicated to the generic pop artists you hear daily on the radio. Magazines littered with pictures of Miley Cyrus and Beyonce, advertising the latest breakup or recording studio feud. Teens everywhere pick up these magazines daily and read to their hearts delight. But what about the kids who don’t listen to Maroon 5? The kids who don’t care about the latest drama? Those kids always exist: The kids that walk through the school hallways, their ear buds blasting Fallout Boy, Dance Gavin Dance, Avenged Sevenfold, Good Charlotte. The alternative kids. Magazines for the outcast teens can be fairly hard to find, although they do exist.
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  • The Lie Tree
  • The way he lived
  • A drop of night
  • Thief of lies
  • Defender
  • Character, driven
  • Every young adult's break-up survival guide
  • Hidden gold
  • The heart of stone
  • The last boy and girl in the world
  • The epidemic
  • I see reality
  • Finding Hope
  • Under the Dusty Moon
  • Flawd
  • Dark energy
  • Hot pterodactyl boyfriend
  • Harmony House
  • Burning
  • See no color
  • One of us
  • A tangle of gold
  • It should have been a #GoodDay
  • Beautiful broken things
  • The radiant road
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  • When we collided
  • Hit count
  • Fig
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  • Essential maps for the lost
  • Queen
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  • The Raven King
  • Breakaway
  • The forbidden orchid
  • The young adult's guide to public speaking