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Independent Study by Joelle Charbonneau

Book #4: Independent Study (Book of the Testing Series) by Joelle Charbonneau

This is the second book of the Testing Series. Cia is now a student at the University, but she still faces as much danger as she did in the Testing. 172 more words

No Dragons

Red Queen by Honey Brown

Love, lust and rivalry…

:D :D :D :)

The time feels much like the present, but society has been destroyed by a lethal virus. The narrator, Shannon, is a young man living in isolation with his older brother, Rohan, in a well-stocked house prepared by their now-dead father for just such a contingency, since he always feared that one day disaster would strike humanity. 494 more words

Book Review

15 Day Writer's Challenge: Day 7

Today’s topic:

Your favorite genre to write in.

Different ideas require different genres. Science fiction/dystopian fiction is good for writing in those angsty moments when you seem to be the only person in the world who is not positively insane.

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15 Day Writer's Challenge

Book Review: Going Home by Emma Lindhagen

<3 <3 <3 <3 <3 / <3 <3 <3 <3 <3

Orryn froze. She wasn’t a huggy person. She also wasn’t someone who liked strangers. Here was a stranger, who wasn’t quite a stranger, hugging her like her life depended on it.

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Red Rising is bloodydamn fantastic

It’s as simple as that. I was so engrossed in Red Rising that I didn’t even hear phones ringing or people talking at me. Time ceased to have meaning. 528 more words

Book Review

Why I Love: The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood

Hello, hello! Apologies again for the lack of posting, I’m still in the midst of a hectic assignment season. I am, however, coming through the tunnel and I can see the light as it were. 651 more words