Publisher: HarperCollins

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Review: A Thousand Pieces of You

Review: A Thousand Pieces of You

I think is the perfect book to kick off a new year (and hopefully a new and better blogging year). A Thousand Pieces of You by Claudia Gray was fantastic and completely fascinating. If you don’t pick up the book for just the beautiful book cover alone, let this review… Read more »

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Review: Beware The Wild

Review: Beware The Wild

It’s no surprise that I have been wanting to read BEWARE THE WILD by Natalie C. Parker since it was first mentioned many many months ago. First of all, the cover is creepy gorgeous and I have a very hard time saying no to a creepy gorgeous cover. Second, the… Read more »

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Review: Free to Fall

Review: Free to Fall

In Free to Fall by Lauren Miller, Rory is accepted to one of the most, if not the most prestigous boarding schools in the country. Acceptance to Theden Academy guarantees a life of wealth. You automatically get a full ride scholarship to any college you want, a Fortune 500 company executive… Read more »

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Release Day Review: Made for You

Release Day Review: Made for You

Eva Tilling is part of the “it” crowd at her school. She comes from an extremely wealthy and renown family, and in a small town like Jessup, that means everything. She has the friends that she is expected to have. She dates the boy she is expected to date. She… Read more »

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Review: Rebel by Amy Tintera

Review: Rebel by Amy Tintera

Warning: REBEL by Amy Tintera is the 2nd book in a series. If you haven’t read REBOOT, book #1, I may unintentionally spoil some things for you in this review. Proceed with caution. I’m so sad this series is ending!! I knew going in that this was a duology and that… Read more »

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Review: The Taking by Kimberly Derting

Review: The Taking by Kimberly Derting

I’ll go ahead and just spit this out right now: THE TAKING by Kimberly Derting is my favorite sci-fi of 2014 so far. Hands down. There were some minor issues I had with it but I absolutely loved this book, the characterizations, the plot, the science fiction aspects, the mystery… Read more »

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