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Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children

Review #10: Fiction

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs

I just finished reading Hollow City, the second novel in the Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children collection, and I thought, why not write two reviews (of the first and the second book) in one day. 848 more words

Book Review

Knockout Games by G. Neri

G. Neri has written a novel about the knockout game, where young kids pick and unsuspecting victim to knock out with one punch. There is assault but no robbery since the aim is not financial gain but relief from boredom and the thrill of seeing the victim hit the ground. 960 more words


Out-of-this-world review of The Dark Citadel

Still in the grip of commas, and recovering from a persistent migraine attack, I haven’t been doing much blogging or reading lately. Blog post is solved for today with this great review from Kate Wrath. 100 more words

Reviews And Interviews

đź“šCover Reveal: The Breathe Series - "Breathe" and "Shimmer" by Elena Dillonđź“š

Breathe by Elena Dillon 

Book 1 – Breathe Series 

Young Adult Romantic Suspense

Jasmine’s life wasn’t normal for a 16 year old girl. It hadn’t been normal since the murder of her older sister, Daisy, two years ago. 490 more words

Young Adult Fiction

My Life With The Walter Boys

My Life With The Walter Boys is one of those books that I kept glance over and never actually reading. Simply put, I was a little skeptical about the plot and believability. 180 more words

Teaser Tuesday!

Do you get drawn into books faster when you’ve gotten a taste of what they’re like? Well, that’s what Teaser Tuesday is for! These next few weeks, Teaser Tuesday will focus on our newest books. 611 more words

It's a Teaser!

Do you remember the exact moment you first saw your first crush?

That heart pounding, butterfly inducing, blushing feeling that overtook every ounce of your will to act normal? 123 more words

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