Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

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ARC Review: Vengeance Road

ARC Review: Vengeance Road

September 4, 2015 Review 26 ★★★★½

VENGEANCE ROAD scratched an itch I never knew I had. It’s a fast paced story of revenge, outlaws, and old western charm.Thanks to this glorious novel I have a new addiction: YA Western novels. If this doesn’t become the new YA trend I’m going to cry. Everything in VENGEANCE ROAD just worked for me. I loved every minute of it and resented […]

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Review: The Giver by Lois Lowry

Review: The Giver by Lois Lowry

May 3, 2015 Review 52 ★★★★

I know what you’re thinking: is Alise just now reading this book? No way! But yes, my dear friends, I am just now reading this. Anyway, it took me way too long to read this book, but I’m almost glad I’m reading it for the first time at the age I am now. Read more »

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Review: Never Eighteen

Review: Never Eighteen

January 25, 2013 Review 12 ★★★★

Confession, I thought this was a 2013 debut. Someone still thinks it’s 2012. Oh yes, me. Anyway, before I start talking about myself in third person even more, I’ll get on with it. Austin has cancer. I don’t know why they just didn’t say it, the synopsisand plot dart around it until almost the very end. What if I was […]

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Review: Grave Mercy

Review: Grave Mercy

September 29, 2012 Review 1 ★★★★★

  It is not very often (especially nowadays) that you fall in love with a book in the young adult genre. Grave Mercy is the type of book that makes you look at all other books with sadness because they can not live up to your expectations. In fact, you will be so disappointed you will never want to read […]

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Review: Pregnant Pause

Review: Pregnant Pause

August 12, 2012 Review 0 ★★★★½

I was roaming Goodread’s lists when I came across a “best YA pregnancy books” and for whatever reason I’ve always enjoyed books that deal with teen pregnancy. It’s weird I know. When I opened the list, I was pretty disappointed in the books that were on there, because they were just the same old books everyone reads. But then I […]

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