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What Would that Villain Read? Tag

I was tagged for this many moons ago, I’m pretty sure icebreaker694 who very kindly tagged me has long forgotten about the nomination by now. Also, shout out to the original creators  312 more words

Infiltration by Susanna Rogers

Congratulations to YA author, Susanna Rogers on the release of her debut novel, Infiltration. If you’re a fan of The Hunger Games or Divergent, then this is the series for you. 418 more words

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Pleasure & Decay: A Hunger for Decadence

The Hunger Games film series is a post-apocalyptic dystopian fiction directed by Gary Ross and based on the trilogy written by Suzanne Collins. The film begins with the “reaping” ceremony for the selection of one boy and girl between 12 and 18 years of age from each of the twelve districts who will train and later fight to their death in the 74th annual Hunger Games, leaving only one survivor who will become the victor. 763 more words

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November 2017 wrap-up

Hello, my fellow book lovers! If you’ve read my most recent posts, you know I am in a massive reading slump. Besides that, my personal life is still a big mess and because of the release of the Cats & Dogs expansion, I have been playing The Sims 4 non-stop lately. 771 more words

Wrap-up

Review: The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins

Title: The Hunger Games

Series: The Hunger Games Book 1

Stand Alone: Yes

Author: Suzanne Collins

Reviewer: Elizabeth Rivers

Number of Pages: 374 Pages

Published: 456 more words

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{Review} The Blue Moon Narthex by N.J. Donner

The Blue Moon Narthex by N.J. Donner

Paperback, 360 pages

Published February 7th 2017 by Steel Page Press, LLC

~Rating: 4/5 stars~

~Description~

The balance of good and evil has been left in the hands of a thirteen year old… 669 more words

Ana's Bookshelf

The Two Books That Turned Me Into an Avid Reader

Once upon a time, I was the kid in school who said they “hated” reading. I guess I always used to think I was too cool for it, like most middle schoolers do. 567 more words

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