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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


Book Review: When the Floods Came

When the Floods Came, by Clare Morrall, is set in a future Birmingham, England. A virus has wiped out the majority of the population of Britain resulting in the whole island being quarantined by the rest of the world. 563 more words

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Book review: Bound by Blood and Sand, by Becky Allen

Allen, Becky. Bound by Blood and Sand. Delacorte Press, 2016. 311 pages. $17.99. ISBN 9781101932148. Ages 16-up. P8 Q8

In a world facing severe ongoing water shortages and long-term drought, Jae, a slave descended from rebels cursed to exact obedience to any order from a member of the Avowed caste, discovers that she can do magic.  298 more words

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On Such a Full Sea: Soft edged dystopian fiction

The Oprah Magazine review of Chang-Rae Lee’s book said it recalled the work of Cormac McCarthy and Kazuo Ishiguro, two of my favorite authors, and I was not disappointed. 524 more words

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Plugged In

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Rose knew they’d be coming soon to implant her.

It  wouldn’t be long before they caught up to her, so she’d come here, to the cabin at the foot of the mountain. 2,383 more words

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Gilded Cage (Dark Gifts #1) ~ By Vic James - 4.0 Stars

Thanks to NetGalley and Del Rey Books for providing an eARC in exchange for an honest review.

Release Date: February 14th, 2016

368 Pages

Not all are free. 816 more words

The Testing: The Unoffical Divergent/Hunger Games Crossover

Rating- 5 Stars

Age Recommendation- 11+ No sexuality, limited course language, violence

Summary of thoughts- This is one of the best books I’ve read in a few months. 567 more words

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