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Read + Review -- The Knockout Games by Gregory Neri

Erica’s parents just got divorced. Now she has to move to St.Louis, with a new school. Obviously, being the “New-Kid” isn’t the best situation. Then she meets Destiny, and soon, joins the TKO club, as in, knocking random people out. 143 more words


Read + Review -- The Maze Runner by James Dashner

In a post-apocalyptic world, 16 year old Thomas wakes up in an enclosed camp with no memories except his name. He meets the other inhabitants of the “Glade”, who are all boys. 210 more words


New Project!

I’m so excited about this new book I’m working on that I had to share a tiny bit of info about it. I’ve just started writing it, but I’m already loving it. 152 more words

Read + Review -- A Thousand Pieces of You by Claudia Gray

After the devastating and sudden death of her father, Marguerite and one of her closest friends, Theo, race through multiple dimensions after the supposed killer. 200 more words


The Girl on the Train απο την Hawkins Paula


Η Ρειτσελ παιρνει το ιδιο τρενο καθε πρωι.Ξερει οτι θα σταματησει στο ιδιο σημειο,οπως κανει καθε μερα.Εξω απο το παραθυρο βλεπει σχεδον καθημερινα ενα ζευγαρι να καθεται στον κηπο τους,νιωθει οτι τους ξερει.Θεωρει οτι η ζωη τους ειναι τελεια μεχρι που η γυναικα εξαφανιζεται.Ηρθε η ωρα να τους δειξει πια ειναι πραγματικα,κατι παρα πανω απο ενα κοριτσι στο τρενο.

Girl On The Train

The Wollstonecraft Detective Agency

 The Wollstonecraft Detective Agency: The case of the moonstone (Book #1)  Written by: Jordan Stratford and art by Kelly Murphy.  Reviewed by Cheryl Coffin. The Wollstonecraft Detective Agency consists of two under-aged girls, Lady Ada Byron, a gifted eleven year old with a love for science and math, and Mary Godwin, a fourteen year old with a gentle heart and generous spirit.  138 more words


The Girl On The Train by Paula Hawkins

5 Stars from me!

What a great debut thriller, The Girl On The Train is seven shades of awesome!

I very quickly found myself drawn into the story and into feelings of empathy and support for ‘the girl on the train’. 285 more words

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