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The Book Deprived Read-a-thon : Week 10

I did it again! I’ve officially read the most pages in a week for this summer AND I even hit the 5,000 page mark!

And what better way to have kicked off the end of the week than with a night full of… 303 more words

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First Lines Friday | Prayer candles flicker in my bedroom ...

First Lines Fridays is a weekly meme hosted by Wandering Words.

What if instead of judging a book by its cover, its author or its prestige, we judged it by its opening lines? 304 more words

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Revisiting: The Bitter Kingdom

Goodreads Summary:

The champion must not waver.
The champion must not fear.
The gate of darkness closes.

Elisa is a fugitive.

Her enemies have stolen the man she loves, and they await her at the gate of darkness. 684 more words

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Revisiting: The Crown of Embers

Goodreads Summary:

She does not know what awaits her at the enemy’s gate.

Elisa is a hero.

She led her people to victory over a terrifying, sorcerous army. 713 more words

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Revisiting: The Girl of Fire and Thorns

Goodreads Summary:

Once a century, one person is chosen for greatness.

Elisa is the chosen one. But she is also the younger of two princesses. The one who has never done anything remarkable, and can’t see how she ever will. 675 more words

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Top Ten Series That I Want To Start

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by the wonderful The Broke and The Bookish. This week’s list are series that we’d like to start. Ooh, I have many of these, but here are a selection… 265 more words

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A Girl of Fire and Thorns

Books in the fantasy genre almost never address the reality of what the characters actually go through, which is exactly what Rae Carson does. Take a character that’s “struggling” within a love triangle, many times authors don’t focus on the two men in the love triangle and instead they focus on the main character’s indecision, I mean of course she is the main character, but still guys have feelings too. 677 more words

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