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Review: The Girl from Everywhere by Heidi Heilig

Review: The Girl from Everywhere by Heidi Heilig

March 12, 2016 Review 32 ★★★

After reading and enjoying PASSENGER and reading and disliking INTO THE DIM, my patience with time travel books was wearing thin. Luckily, THE GIRL FROM EVERYWHERE brought in a few new aspects that held my interest. Given a map, Nix and her father can sail to any place at any time. However, not a lot of traveling actually happens in the plot. Nix’s father is obsessed with obtaining the one map that will reunite him with his lost love, and much of the book focuses on him in Honolulu trying to find this map. Read more »

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Review: Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo

Review: Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo

February 4, 2016 Review 36 ★★★★★

This review is going to be a mess. Mostly because I only finished SIX OF CROWS last night so my brain is still in a state of which are coincidentally the main feelings I had throughout the novel at various points. SIX OF CROWS has destroyed me because god damn amazing characters and plot and I just can’t. But I’m […]

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5 Things About Passenger by Alexandra Bracken

5 Things About Passenger by Alexandra Bracken

December 19, 2015 Review 42 ★★★★

It starts off phenomenally. PASSENGER immediately drew me in with writing that was just so smooth and an intriguing plot-line that I wanted to know all about. I was glued to the book and the first hundred or so pages flew by as I got to know these extraordinary characters and the story began to take shape. Kinda lost its […]

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5 Things About Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo

5 Things About Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo

November 14, 2015 Review 40 ★★★★★

The characters are spectacular. I could talk for hours about each of the characters in SIX OF CROWS and although I’m pretty sure I wouldn’t survive five minutes in their world, I wish I could be there to hang out with them every day-I adore this perfectly imperfect band of thieves. These characters make me want to reevaluate what unique […]

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