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Review: The Truth About Alice by Jennifer Mathieu

Review: The Truth About Alice by Jennifer Mathieu

The Truth About Alice was a pretty good book and I liked the style that it was told in. I loved the fact that this book was about Alice herself but you don’t actually read anything from her point of view until the very end. It was quite a way to put a story where all this stuff was being talked about her but the main character isn’t there to tell her side and let you know what is going on or what…

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— 3 weeks ago
#contemporary  #Jennifer Mathieu  #Realistic Fiction  #Young Adult 
Review: Get Happy by Mary Amato

Review: Get Happy by Mary Amato

This story seemed a bit all over the place to me. At times it was her pinning for a ukulele and then at times it was her pinning for the father that left her when she was younger. Also you throw in a love interest and you got that going on. However, it was a cute story and the songs in them were pretty catchy that Minerva writes. I like that she wants a ukulele because that is an instrument that…

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— 3 weeks ago
#contemporary  #Mary Amato  #romance  #Young Adult 
Best Book Of June

Best Book Of June

Best Book Of June

This month was super scarce on book reading. I have to admit, I barely did any reading because I mostly was watching shows like Game of Thrones and Orange is the New Black. That took up a lot of my time. So, I don’t have many books to pick from however, there was one that definitely stood out and that one was Don’t You Forget About Me by Kate Karyus Quinn.

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— 4 weeks ago
#Best Book Of 
Review: Goosebumps Zombie Halloween by R.L. Stine

Review: Goosebumps Zombie Halloween by R.L. Stine

I remember when I was in school and the Goosebumps books had just come out. Everyone was all about buying them in the monthly Scholastic book order that you could do. Do they still do those at the schools? I sure hope so because I want Duncan to know the joys of that Scholastic book order. Anyway, my first ever owned copy of a Goosebumps book was Say Cheese and Die. I remember the story fondly…

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— 1 month ago
#Childrens  #horror  #Middle Grade  #R.L. Stine 
Review: We Are the Goldens by Dana Reinhardt

Review: We Are the Goldens by Dana Reinhardt

When I read the synopsis of We Are the Goldens by Dana Reinhardt I thought this was going to be a juicy book with a secret to end all secrets. You know, good drama and the test of sisters relationship. What I got was not that. The secret was not that juicy, it seemed a bit cliche in a high school book and was obvious from the get go. The sisters relationship was tested because of this secret but…

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— 1 month ago
#2 stars  #contemporary  #Diana Reinhardt  #Realistic  #romance  #Young Adult 
Review: #16thingsithoughtweretrue By Janet Gurtler

Review: #16thingsithoughtweretrue By Janet Gurtler

When I first saw the title for this book I thought it was funny because there’s a hashtag in it. I mean, Twitter is seriously everywhere and now there’s a book where the main character is all about Twitter. Morgan thinks that if she reaches 5,000 Twitter followers by the end of the summer then her senior year will be amazing. However, as the book goes on she figures out that the number of people…

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— 1 month ago with 1 note
#contemporary  #Janet Gurtler  #romance  #Young Adult 
Review: Push by Eve Silver

Review: Push by Eve Silver

Ahh Push, the second book in The Game series, the sequel to Rush. This book was a bit hot and cold for me and I think expected a little bit more from it and didn’t come away with what I thought I would. I thought we would get a bit more information about The Game really and learn more about the Drau and Committee but, we really didn’t. We got to see the Committee again and find out that they…

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— 1 month ago
#Eve Silver  #Fantasy  #science fiction  #The Game  #Young Adult 
Review: (Don’t You) Forget About Me by Kate Karyus Quinn

Review: (Don’t You) Forget About Me by Kate Karyus Quinn

This book is not something I was expecting. I was putting off reading it because I didn’t think it was going to be a match for me after I had requested to review it. I’m so glad that I didn’t put it off any longer because this book is amazing. It is a book that totally works over your mind and has you guessing until the very end of it.

This paradise of a place called Gardnerville heals people…

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— 1 month ago
#Fantasy  #Kate Karyus Quinn  #paranormal  #Young Adult 
Review: Stronger Than You Know by Jolene Perry

Review: Stronger Than You Know by Jolene Perry

Stronger Than You Know is about issues you know exist so it makes it a bit difficult to read at times, only difficult because you know that kids are going through things like this and not all are lucky enough to get through it with such strength and good results as Joy. You learn that at the end with Jolene Perry’s note, unfortunately. Difficult situation aside this book was very good. I wouldn’t…

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— 2 months ago
#contemporary  #Realistic  #romance  #Young Adult 
Review: Mud Vein by Tarryn Fisher

Review: Mud Vein by Tarryn Fisher

Mud Vein was a thrilling ride that makes you question everything that happens in the book and not know what is going on. The cover makes it look like an erotica book though, doesn’t it? I can assure you that it is not erotica in the slightest. There is a strong symbolism to that cover that you will get once you read the parts in the book that it pertains to. I think the cover, after having read…

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— 2 months ago
#Mystery  #new adult  #romance  #Tarryn Fisher  #Thriller