Genre: Dystopia

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Book Tour ARC Review: Echo

Book Tour ARC Review: Echo

April 24, 2013 Review 12

  ECHO was really a pleasant surprise! When I first read the blurb, I remember getting more and more excited about this one the further I kept reading. I am happy to say it lived up to what I had expected! The end of the world? Mages? Power over the elements? Where can this go wrong? Ashara, Asha, was a […]

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Novella Review: Destroy Me

Novella Review: Destroy Me

April 13, 2013 Review 22

DESTROY ME is the first, and most likely only, novella I have ever purchased. I don’t really agree with paying for a short story that isn’t necessary for the overall plot, but that is another rant story. DESTROY ME was worth every penny! Who doesn’t love a good villain? I know I love villains! In every book, no matter how […]

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Review: Under the Never Sky (YABBC)

Review: Under the Never Sky (YABBC)

March 27, 2013 Review, YABBC 24

I reviewed this for the Young Adult Blogger Book Club. I am glad so many people picked this book to read for the book club in March because I really don’t think I would have read it otherwise. I guess we all have Rivie to thank for that because she voted for it daily! UNDER THE NEVER SKY is a […]

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ARC Review: Stung

ARC Review: Stung

March 10, 2013 Review 24

A standalone dystopian? I know, it’s almost unheard of. I actually have a huge amount of respect for the author because she didn’t feel like she had to create a trilogy out of this. There could have been, but Wiggins made the decision to wrap everything up in this one book. Fiona wakes up in her house, but immediately notices […]

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Review: The Darkest Minds

Review: The Darkest Minds

March 2, 2013 Review 18 ★★★★

  Hey, you know what I liked? This book. You know what I didn’t like? This book ending. In that way. And some slow parts, but we’ll get to that.Ruby Daly ends up in a rehabilitation camp that is not totally unlike camps from the Holocaust. Children are taken away from their families-just because they were survivors of an awful […]

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