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TBT Book spotlight

Wither is the first book in one of my favorite trilogies.  This novel is creative, intelligent, and epic.

Wither (The Chemical Garden #1)

by Lauren DeStefano… 262 more words

Throw Back Thursday Suggestions

Sinner by Maggie Stiefvater

Cole St. Clair – Rockstar, ex-addict, sinner…werewolf.

A werewolf who’s only just stepped back into the limelight after two years of radio silence. Some thought he was dead, others in rehab. 297 more words


Guy In Real Life by Steve Brezenoff

What happens when real life and gaming culture collide blurring the lines between what’s real, what’s fantasy, what’s friendship and what’s obsession? When the many roles we’re forced to play only confuse and confound? 314 more words


We Were Liars by E. Lockhart

In We Were Liars E. Lockhart creates a modern gothic tale about a wealthy family torn apart by money and power and one girls secret that torments them all. 441 more words

Young Adult

School Spirits by Rachel Hawkins ~ Book Review

School Spirits was a really fun read. This is a Hex Hall companion novel. I absolutely loved the Hex Hall series so it was a no brainer when I picked this up after reading the trilogy. 367 more words


Review: Fahrenheit 451 - Ray Bradbury

Fahrenheit 451 – Ray Bradbury

Title: Fahrenheit 451

Author: Ray Bradbury

Release Date: March 28, 1953

Publisher: Voyager

Format: Hardcover

Page Number: 227

Source: School book… 617 more words


Uglies By Scott Westerfield: Book Review

This book was THE dystopian book way back in like the 2000’s. Before hunger games or Divergent, there was UGLIES.

It took me this long to read it because I never knew it was a dystopian… to be honest, I didn’t know anything about it. 258 more words