Posted on February 1, 2024 at 2:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek

As a geriatric millennial, I was definitely interested in seeing the movie version of the Mean Girls musical.

And one of the many trailers caught my eye: that of Argylle.

If I'm being honest, at first, I thought it seemed like a quick and easy imitation of The Lost City — which I loved.

But as I watched the trailer, I realized that there was a heck of a lot more going on ... and Book Riot recently informed me that there was yet more drama to it.

Simply put, it's the adaptation of book four of the series, written by an author (Elly Conway) who has a very minimal online presence but also a blockbuster movie deal.

Just for fun, Danika Ellis gathers up five Internet theories on the Argylle authorship, ranging from the absurd to the plausible.

What else is hot in the world of young fiction?

The Guardian reports that Gen Z is rediscovering the public library (for more than reading books), and The New York Times breaks down the causes and early results of Spotify's entry into the audiobook market.

(And if, like my also-geriatric-millennial husband, you haven't quite gotten a feel for Spotify's audio catalogue, Book Riot has a user guide for it.)

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