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Book Review - Please Ignore Vera Dietz

Please Ignore Vera Dietz by A.S. King

From the back of the book: “Is it okay to hate a dead kid? Even if I loved him once? 127 more words

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Read a bunch more books... some were really good. Some not so much.

Wow. It’s been a while since I last posted about the books I’ve read and I’ve read a bunch more since then. Even though I want to be getting back to the book I’m writing (I’m in the middle of re-writing/editing a second book and just started writing a brand spanking new book that I really wasn’t planning on writing but the words just started flowing… so, lots of writing the past few weeks!), here’s what I’ve been reading: 2,479 more words

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A. S. King cuenta de dónde surgió la idea para escribir 'Reality Boy'

En 2004, luego de pasarse una década criando pollos y enseñando a leer a los adultos de una lejana comunidad rural de Irlanda, A. S. 330 more words

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Top 5 Books of the Week (8): 7/14/14

First of all, sorry that there haven’t been any book reviews going up lately, I’m kind of in a reading slump, and as a result, I’ve not been able to read any extensive amounts of pages. 453 more words

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Please Ignore Vera Dietz

Review #6: Fiction

Please Ignore Vera Dietz by A.S. King

I absolutely fell in love with this novel. King writes a voice for Vera that just completely captured my attention and invited me in like an old (young) friend. 481 more words

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BOOK REVIEW: Ask The Passengers

Goodreads Review: 5/5 stars

Astrid is a girl who is struggling through finding herself and she’s doing it alone.  She’s doing it alone because she feels as though as can’t trust anyone else in her life not to push her in a direction or tell her that her thoughts are wrong.   238 more words

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THURSDAY QUOTABLES: Ask The Passengers

Thursday Quotables is a weekly book blog meme that is hosted by Bookshelf Fantasies and deals with quotes and passages from whatever book you are currently reading! 374 more words

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