22 of Your Favorite Bookish YouTubers
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Kadence Mulligan’s star was rising. She and her best friend, Lauren DeSanto, watched their songs go viral on YouTube—but when Lauren lost her voice, Kady couldn’t wait to go solo. Then Kady disappears, and Lauren was one of the last people to see her. When nobody believes Lauren’s claim she had nothing to do with the disappearance, she realizes the only way to clear her name is to unravel the twisted life of Kadence Mulligan. But will she realize she’s unknowingly playing a part in an elaborate game to cover up a crime before it’s too late?
YouTube has over a billion users (about a third of the number of people on the internet) and reaches more people under 50 than any cable network. It’s where I’ve watched everything from the newest Beyoncé video to Presidential debates to book mail unboxings, and the popularity and utility in the book world is only going to grow.
We asked you to tell us who your favorite bookish YouTubers were — we call ’em BookTubers — and you answered. Here are links to 22 of your favorites for some great bookish talk and entertainment.
John Green (Crash Course Literature)