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Review: The Diabolic by S.J. Kincaid

Review: The Diabolic by S.J. Kincaid

October 31, 2016 Review 16 ★★★

THE DIABOLIC is a fairly brutal YA science fiction novel. Sci fi is a genre that I have always struggled with, but I found THE DIABOLIC to be a fairly easy read to get into, despite overall mixed feelings. The World The world in this novel is pretty complex; there are different religions, classes of people, and government hierarchy. I […]

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5 Things About And I Darken by Kiersten White

5 Things About And I Darken by Kiersten White

August 20, 2016 Review 20 ★★★★½

White’s writing has come so far I think the last time I read Kiersten White was SUPERNATURALLY, or maybe MIND GAMES. They were good, but omg has White come far with her writing! AND I DARKEN was great. Honestly the perfect writing style for historical novels, or even historical based fantasies. I’ll be checking out White’s fantasy books soon and […]

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Review: With Malice by Eileen Cook

Review: With Malice by Eileen Cook

June 24, 2016 Review 32 ★★★★

WITH MALICE unravels a mystery about what happened after two best friends take a school trip to Italy, with one returning with missing memories and one not returning at all. The entire novel is driven by the need to answer one question: what happened? Told from Jill’s point of view, we find ourselves in the same position she is. Due […]

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Review: Losing Gabriel by Lurlene McDaniel

Review: Losing Gabriel by Lurlene McDaniel

June 12, 2016 Review 14 ★★★

LOSING GABRIEL is an incredibly realistic contemporary novel about what it is like to be a young adult facing real-world challenges and having to take responsibility for your actions. It is also about love, loss, mistakes, and miracles. The novel immediately introduces you to three protagonists: the studious and good-natured Alana Kennedy, Dawson Burke, who has a chip on his […]

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Review: Klickitat by Peter Rock

Review: Klickitat by Peter Rock

April 26, 2016 Review 20 ★★★

My first thought when I finished KLICKITAT was: what did I just read. But not in a bad way, because the more I thought about it, the more I realized I enjoyed this book, although I am still at a loss on how to rate it. KLICKITAT has been compared to THE VIRGIN SUICIDES and WE WERE LIARS. I would almost […]

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