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Read a Goddamn Book: Post-Apocalyptic/Dystopian Fiction

Welcome to the end of the world.

Dramatic, huh? Well, these two genres are for the most dramatic people of all. Or cynical, depending on how you look at it. 1,262 more words

Review: Symphony for the City of the Dead

Goodreads Synopsis:

In September 1941, Adolf Hitler’s Wehrmacht surrounded Leningrad in what was to become one of the longest and most destructive sieges in Western history—almost three years of bombardment and starvation that culminated in the harsh winter of 1943–1944. 517 more words


Book Review: Feed, by M.T. Anderson

Feed, M.T. Anderson, National Book Award finalist, Candlewick Press, 200 pages

I still remember the day I first read Feed. It was over ten years ago and I was sitting on the couch, eating soup and watching  815 more words

TBR Jar #1: Own and Haven't Read

About a month ago, I grabbed a small mason jar and put some book title and book challenges in it. This way, I always had something to read whenever I was done with a book. 343 more words


Feed-Should You Read It?

Genre: Young Adult Dystopian


“‘I don’t know. The whole brain is tied in to the feed. The whole brain, like the memory and the part that makes you move and the part for your emotions.’ 480 more words

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Fashion Fridays

Our latest installment of Fashion Fridays pairs with our Best of the Very Best Challenge. Each Friday we’ll create outfits based on the books we read that week. 214 more words

Best of the Very Best: Week 3

For week three, I dove into M.T. Anderson’s Symphony for the City of the Dead and Adam Silvera’s More Happy Than Not. And while the two don’t have much in common, both left you at times heartbroken by society and inspired by people, the human condition. 1,329 more words

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