I read books the Euphoria cast recommended (Zendaya, Jacob Elordi, Sydney Sweeney, etc)

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so the characters in Euphoria don’t have much time for reading — they don’t even have pencil cases — buuuut that hasn’t stopped the cast from recommending a bunch of books. i took recommendations from Zendaya (Rue), Hunter Schafer (Jules), Jacob Elordi (Nate), and Sydney Sweeney (Cassie) and read them!!

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chapter:
00:00 intro
03:11 jacob elordi (a bright ray of darkness by ethan hawke)
06:30 syndey sweeny (we used to be friends by amy spalding)
09:25 zendaya (twelfth night by william shakespeare)
11:48 hunter schafer (the f*ggots and their friends between revolutions by larry hill)

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