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Thirteen Days to Midnight: Patrick Carman

Rating: ☕️ ☕️

Meh.

This book was alright. It had a really interesting premise about superpowers and what one would do if they had the ability to save people. 345 more words

Week In Review | 4.24.16-4.30.16

And so another week starts and ends.
Here’s my weekly update for the week of April 24, 2016. 582 more words

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Dark Hills Divide

Carman, Patrick. The Dark Hills Divide. New York: Scholastic, Inc., 2005.

Reason read: November is Fantasy Convention month in some places in the world.

I need to preface this with the obvious: … 326 more words

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Book Review: Quake by Patrick Carman (Book #3 Pulse Trilogy)

Where I Bought : eBook
Price : –
Rating : 5/5 stars

If you have noticed, the author named the book titles in this trilogy with one word which described the nature of pulsation in different magnitudes. 210 more words

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Book Review: Tremor by Patrick Carman (Book #2 Pulse Trilogy)

Where I Bought : eBook
Price : –
Rating : 4/5 stars

Continuing from the first book, the action slowed down in Tremor.

Compare to Pulse’s page turner, the second book offered more explanation. 284 more words

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Book Review: Pulse by Patrick Carman (Book #1 Pulse Trilogy)

Where I Bought : eBook
Price : –
Rating : 4/5 stars

I was thinking of reading Patrick Carman’s Pulse trilogy before it gets turned into movies like The Hunger Games, Divergent or The Maze Runner… 509 more words

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An Interview with D.J. McHale and Patrick Carman

D.J. McHale and Patrick Carman are two of the six authors writing a new series for kids. Voyagers is an interactive series involving books as well as online games and puzzles. 1,658 more words

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