Review: Boundless, Cynthia Hand

Review: Boundless, Cynthia Hand

“How did you do that?” I shrug.  “I click my heels three times and say, ‘There’s no place like home.’” “Uh-huh. So … you think this is your home? My barn? His tone is playful, but the look he’s giving me is dead serious. A question. “Haven’t you guessed by… Read more »

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Review: Hidden, Marianne Curley

Review: Hidden, Marianne Curley

This story is told from both the perspectives of Ebony, a violet eyed teenager who until recently was home schooled and has never left the valley her parents farm is located on, and Jordon, a tough kid in foster care who has had one too many things go wrong in his young… Read more »

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Review: The Fault in our Stars, John Green

Review: The Fault in our Stars, John Green

“Some people don’t understand the promises they’re making when they make them,” I said. “Right, of course. But you keep the promise anyway. That’s what love is. Love is keeping the promise anyway.” I found this book so emotional that it took me a good week to pick up another… Read more »

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Review: The Sweetest Dark, Shana Abe

Review: The Sweetest Dark, Shana Abe

I loved the sound of this book from the synopsis, it was historical and it was also a fantasy book with dragons and beautiful gothic castles! While I did enjoy reading this book the entire time I just felt that something was missing, I wondered if this was a spin… Read more »

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Review: Nameless, Lili St Crow

Review: Nameless, Lili St Crow

This review will be fairly short as 3 weeks of reading this book and only getting 36% of the way through on my third attempt at starting it, I decided to add this book to my DNF pile. I have never read any other Lili St Crow books so I’m… Read more »

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Review: The Eternity Cure, Julie Kagawa

Review: The Eternity Cure, Julie Kagawa

You will always be a monster – there is no turning back from it. But what kind of monster you become is entirely up to you. I loved The Immortal Rules and am excited to say that The Eternity Cure is a fantastic, solid sequel.  You pick up from where… Read more »

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Review: Everneath, Brodi Ashton

Review: Everneath, Brodi Ashton

We’d both been stripped of all the evasiveness, all the lies, everything we’d ever kept from each other. Layer by layer, we had given up our defenses and our excuses and our demands for whys and hows, and what was left were two broken beings. Clinging to one last shred… Read more »

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Review: Everbound, Brodi Ashton

Review: Everbound, Brodi Ashton

I know he is wrapping my name inside of him, folding it in the blanket of his heart. I know this because I used to do the same thing with his name when I was in the Feed. This was a great follow up sequel by Brodi Ashton!  It had… Read more »

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Review: Prophecy Girl, Cecily White

Review: Prophecy Girl, Cecily White

I was a bit apprehensive about reading this originally as I had read lots of negative reviews comparing this to both Richelle Mead’s Vampire Academy and Cassandra Clare’s Mortal Instruments series.  As I actually like both of these authors and the aforementioned books, I figured that chances are I would probably… Read more »

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Review: Parallel, Lauren Miller

Review: Parallel, Lauren Miller

Parallel lives/universes seem to be an “it” thing in 2013 with at least 3 YA releases coming to mind and I for one am not the least bit disappointed because I LOVE the concept of alternative realities and fringe sciences. Parallel definitely didn’t disappoint either I absolutely loved it and read… Read more »

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