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Java and the Librarians Video Archive

Season 1

Episode 1: Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas

Episode 2: Save Me The Waltz by Zelda Fitzgerald

Episode 3: The School for Good and Evil by Soman Chainani

Episode 4: An Ember in the Ashes by Sabba Tahir

Episode 5: The Fill-in-Boyfriend by Kasie West

Episode 6: The Long Way to a Small Angry Planet

Episode 7: A List of Cages by Robin Roe
Episode 8: The Girl in 6E by A.R. Torre

Episode 9: The Bridesmaid by Hailey Abbott
Episode 10:: The Final Girls by Riley Sager
Episode 11: Wild Beauty by Anna-Marie Mclemore

Season 2
Episode 1: The Crown's Game by Evelyn Skye
Episode 2: Beautiful Oblivion by Jamie McGuire
Episode 3: An Amish Market
Episode 4: Truthwitch by Susanne Dennard
Episode 5: Dread Nation by Justina Ireland
Episode 6: One of Us is Lying by Karen McManus
Episode 7: Sisters of Heart and Snow by Margaret Dilloway
Episode 8: The Romance Reader's Guide to Life 
Episode 9: Dreamfall by Amy Plum
Episode 10: The Problem with Forever By Jennifer Armentrout

Season 3
Episode 1:  Favorites, Warner, Epic Fangirling!
Episode 2: The Belles by Dhonell Clayton
 Episode 3: Library Programming! 
Episode 4: Defy Me by Taheri Mafi


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