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Book Review - Vanishing Girls

I’m back!!! I highly doubt anyone noticed my absence but just in case you wondered what I’ve been doing for the past seven months…I wrote my dissertation, graduated, moved to London, started working and have been gradually wrapping my head around the fact I’m now meant to be a grown-up. 920 more words

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Delirium

My reading habits, as of late, have been sorely lacking and it is rather disgraceful for someone who is known as a serious book reader. My attention span as suffered severely at the hands of my college experience – and the break I have had from it. 504 more words

Review: Delirium 4.2/5

Hi guys.

I just finished reading Delirium a couple days ago and wanted to give you all my thoughts and a quick review. Something you all should know about me: If I’m going to add any spoilers, I will let you know in advance, minimize, and italicize the spoiler information. 596 more words

Books

Vanishing Girls by Lauren Oliver

My Rating: 9/10

My Goodreads Rating: 5/5 stars

Cover Rating: 6/10

Genre: Thriller

Likes: Lauren Oliver writes a compelling story told in a before and after fashion about a sister who tries to piece together what happened during the car accident that she was in with her sister. 173 more words

Book Review

Delirium (Delirium #1) by Lauren Oliver - 4 stars

Delirium is the first book in a dystopian trilogy, in which a totalitarian government has decided that love is a disease and must be eradicated. At the age of 18, all citizens must have a surgical procedure in which the part of the brain that makes love possible is removed, or made useless. 219 more words

YA

What I've Been Reading -- YA Edition

I always feel strange passing judgement on books meant for kids. But my job sometimes demands that I read these books, and I really do enjoy many of them. 938 more words

Fiction

Mini-Review: Vanishing Girls by Lauren Oliver

Vanishig Girls by Lauren Oliver
2.5 out of 5 stars

I’m not sure how to rate this novel. It is Lauren Oliver after all – that woman can write! 177 more words

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