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The Selection [The Selection #1] by Kiera Cass: A review

The Selection by Kiera Cass
My rating: 1 of 5 stars :star:
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What a complete rip-off!

I can’t even begin to tell you how much this book plagiarized The Hunger Games – the unwilling girl selected at ‘random’ from different castes; the girl doing this for the family’s sake so that they can have a little more money; the love interest back at home and the royal love interest; the love triangle; the interviews, and the attention to the dress! 85 more words

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Dawn of Rebellion

Dawn of Rebellion by Michelle Lynn, CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (September 9, 2016). ISBN: 9781537509235. Reviewed by John R. Clark, MLIS.

Dawn and her older and more reckless sister Gabby live in an alternate history version of London. 252 more words

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Dystopian Fiction for Teens

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TEEN DYSTOPIA ACEVEDO
When Alexandra is confronted by mysterious holograms that warn her to follow them to the future or face annihilation from a comet, Alex is forced to consider what is best for her friends, her family, and herself. 848 more words

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Hometaker, by Dean F. Wilson / ****

And so, Dean F. Wilson’s “Great Iron War” series comes to an end. This is a series that’s undeniably grown on me over the course of its length; while I enjoyed… 677 more words

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Firstlife (Everlife) | bk 1 | by Gena Showalter

Hi everyone, I know some of you who’ve read my previous posts might be thinking why not the Library of Souls. Well I just don’t know why but I couldn’t get my head into it for the first 150 pages which caused me to get into a book slump. 1,025 more words

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Review: Updraft (Bone Universe, #1) by Fran Wilde

Rating: ★ ★ ☆ ☆ ☆
Date Read: June 03 to 07, 2016
Recommended by: book club’s pick
Recommended to:

Not really a review, just some scattered thoughts I had after reading this book. 748 more words

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Ready Player One by Ernest Cline

Sure, I like the 80s. I wasn’t very old when they ended, so I don’t have much in terms of nostalgia for them: memories of arcades with pixelated games and tinny music aren’t in my past. 1,876 more words

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