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Book Review: Afterworlds by Scott Westerfeld


Release date: September 23rd

Darcy Patel just sold her book, Afterworlds, and is putting college off while she goes to New York, edits, promotes, and writes the sequel. 448 more words


Book Review: Get Even by Gretchen McNeil

Get Even

Four girls who have nothing in common, Bree, Kitty, Olivia, and Margot, form a secret group called DGM: Don’t Get Mad. It’s a group designed to take revenge against school bullies, no matter if they’re students or teachers. 454 more words


Book Review: Don't Touch by Rachel M Wilson

Don’t Touch

Caddie’s starting a new school, one that geared toward the arts, and if starting a new school wasn’t pressure enough, her parents have temporarily separated. 593 more words


Book Review: To All the Boys I've Loved Before

To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before

Lara Jen Covey has a secret. She writes letters to the boys she’s crushing on, seals them, and hides them away in a box. 354 more words


2014 Reading, So Far: SIGH

I have written a post about the good highlights of my 2014 reading year so far. However, as with any reading year, there are bound to be some stinkers. 628 more words


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Bingo Square: Book That is a Movie in 2014

Book: If I Stay, Gayle Forman

Favorite Quote: Adam lay down on my bed, stretching his arms above his head. 547 more words

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Book Review: Rites of Passage by Joy N Hensley

Rites of Passage

Release date:  September 9th

Sam McKenna comes from a military family. Combine that with a love for dares, it makes sense that her oldest brother would dare her to join the first class of female accepted into the Denmark Military Academy. 415 more words