Frostbite: The Graphic Novel by Richelle Mead | Book Review

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Why Did I Read This Book? I picked up Frostbite: The Graphic Novel based on the series by Richelle Mead adapted by Leigh Dragoon illustrated by Emma Vieceli (what a mouthful!) because I had seriously whipped through the first adaptation of Vampire Academy in graphic novel form. Of course, I read … [continue]

The Bodies We Wear by Jeyn Roberts | Book Review

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I am left a bit conflicted on how I should feel. You know how some books are kind of really strange and you read them and you are like, what even is going on here, but you keep reading in hopes of understanding, and THEN you do end up understanding and you are like YES THIS ENDING ROCKS and you write the longest run on sentence ever? Well, that happened to me while reading The Bodies We Wear. I am going to warn you right now that this book is really strange and some parts do feel like a bit of a trudge to get through. I spent much of the book confused, however, I ended up pretty satisfied when everything came together and I was no longer in the dark.

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Be With Me by J. Lynn | Book Review

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Eventually my mood won out and I ended up reading the second book of the Wait For You series and not regretting it one bit, because it was the medicine that the doctor ordered. It was the first book that had called out to me in awhile. It reignited my need of books to alleviate stress. So, you know, this book just worked perfectly for me in my time of need.

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Big Nate: Mr. Popularity by Lincoln Peirce | Book Review

Why Did I Read This Book? Honest to goodness you guys my reason for reading Mr. Popularity by Lincoln Peirce is kind of pathetic — I picked this book for the 24 Hour Readathon that I totally failed at because it is a comic book aimed at middle graders and following logic would be a super quick […]

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Messenger Of Fear by Michael Grant | Book Review

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I am kind of dreading writing this review, my friends. Here is the thing, I had super high hopes for Messenger Of Fear by Michael Grant. The concept sounded completely awesome — supernatural beings delivering retribution for misdeeds through use of a twisted game.

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Above the Dreamless Dead: World War I in Poetry and Comics edited by Chris Duffy | Graphic Novel Review

Why Did I Read This Book? One thing that is my reading kryptonite is non-fictional historical graphic novels. I love them and cannot ever resist them when they come across my TBR. Recently, I tore my way through The Harlem Hellfighters by Max Brooks, a book about African-American soldiers in World War I. I really loved […]

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Stone Cold Touch by Jennifer Armentrout | Book Review

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Layla, Zayne and Roth return in Jennifer L. Armentrout’s second Dark Elementals book, Stone Cold Touch. After the events in White Hot Kiss, Layla is picking up the pieces of her life. This is a book that does not start slowly, but instead starts off on an immediately interesting note. It does not go downhill from there, […]

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The Doubt Factory by Paolo Bacigalupi | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To This Book? All of the books that I’ve read by Paolo Bacigalupi are books that I have experienced via audiobook. And by all the books, I mean two books narrated by Joshua Swanson – Shipbreaker and The Drowned Cities. I really enjoyed those books on audio. For some odd reason, I tend […]

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They All Fall Down by Roxanne St. Clair | Book Review + Giveaway

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They All Fall Down contains tension and scary moments in spades. The jacket copy compares this book to the film Final Destination and y’all, I am totally going to have to agree. If you like the sort of book or movie where characters get knocked off one by one then I am almost 100% positive you will love reading They All Fall Down, so fans of Ten by Gretchen McNeil, take note this is the book for you.

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Dewey 24 Hour #Readathon October 2014 Updates

Hey reader friends! Today is the Dewey 2014 Readathon and I have decided to post my updates here and to just keep updating this post over and over again instead of creating separate posts. My TBR Stack Opening Meme 1) What fine part of the world are you reading from today? Upstate NY! 2) Which […]

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