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Book Review: The Glass Arrow

In a world where females are scarce and are hunted, then bought and sold at market for their breeding rights, 15-year old Aya has learned how to hide. 976 more words

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The Glass Arrow--A Review

Alright, so can I begin with a heartfelt apology for not writing for almost two weeks? I have been writing so many papers as of late that the thought of typing made my fingers cramp up. 1,504 more words

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Waiting on Wednesday

This is a feature started on Breaking the Spine that puts the spotlight on upcoming books. Now I haven’t done a Waiting on Wednesday in quite awhile, even with my little hiatus I didn’t post them very often. 371 more words

Waiting On Wednesday

This batch of cover is a bit of a mixed bag, ranging from decent to just plain awkward. Let’s start things off with a Nora Roberts… 1,086 more words

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The Glass Arrow

As a woman, the scariest dystopian books are about a future world where women have lost about 300 years of progress and are treated as chattel to be bought and sold.  394 more words

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Women under wraps

Deets: Simmons, K. (2015). The glass arrow. New York: Tor Teen., ISBN: 9780765336613, hardcover, $17.99

TL;DR: Imagine a world where women are property — waxed, coiffed, costumed, and then put on the auction block. 31 more words

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