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The Bone Witch Book Review (Spoiler Free)

“There is no greater strength than the ability to understand and accept your own flaws.”

Author: Rin Chupeco

Publisher: Sourcebooks Fire

Release Date: 511 more words

Young Adult Fiction

Imagining Character Appearances

I’ve had a little bit of a bad reading month. A lot has been going on and the book that i was reading at the time was taking me a while to get through, so that meant by the end of February all i wanted to do was curl up with a really good YA contemporary novel that would make me smile from ear to ear with how cutesy it is. 434 more words


Quick Review: King's Cage by Victoria Aveyard

You know that moment.  That moment when the main character makes a declaration statement that you can’t help but groan because you know they are just going to be disappointed.  534 more words

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Review : Optimists Die First by Susin Nielson

Now her anxiety is getting out of control, she is forced to attend the world’s most hopeless art therapy class. But one day, in walks the Bionic Man: a charming, amazingly tall newcomer called Jacob, who is also an amputee. 925 more words


Mini Review // If I Stay by Gayle Forman

Hello! I’m going to review If I Stay today. This is something I wanted and needed to do for ages, but couldn’t pick up the courage to do it (in truth more like I was overwhelmed by pure laziness) so was procrastinating for like over a month. 734 more words

Young Adult

Author Interview with Kathleen M. Jacobs - Author of Honeysuckle Holiday

Today, I’m welcoming YA author Kathleen M. Jacobs to my blog. Kathleen has written a young adult book, Honeysuckle Holiday, that centers around the South during the 1960s. 1,166 more words

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