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Review: This is Not the End

Review: This is Not the End

This is Not the End by Chandler Baker is a thought-provoking, tearful, and heart warming book all wrapped into one package. This story takes place in a time when resurrecting the dead is a thing. A person who has died can be completely restored to a healthy and flawless person again,… Read more »

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Review: The Authentics

Review: The Authentics

The Authentics by Abdi Nazemian is about a young Iranian-American teenager named Daria who goes on the path of discovery after finding out her family history isn’t what she expected. She and her three best friends (Joy, Caroline, and Kurt) make up the group called The Authentics. They pride themselves on… Read more »

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Review: The Suffering Tree

Review: The Suffering Tree

The Suffering Tree by Elle Cosimano is pitched as a dark tale of magic, thriller type novel. Tori’s family suddenly inherits a piece of property and a house in a town they’ve never heard of and from a man they’ve never known. They don’t know why they are there but… Read more »

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Release Day Review: Coming Up for Air

Release Day Review: Coming Up for Air

Happy release day to Coming Up for Air by Miranda Kenneally! I’ve only read two of Kenneally’s previous Hundred Oaks books so far (Catching Jordan and Racing Savannah) and I have to say I have come to expect a cute contemporary that gives me all the feels and Coming Up for Air did not… Read more »

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Review & Giveaway: Once and For All

Review & Giveaway: Once and For All

When I think about summer, is the quintessential queen of the summer read and has been for 13 books now. knows what they’re doing when they release her books during summer. Once and For All is Sarah Dessen’s newest release and something I knew I’d read the second I could…. Read more »

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Review: The Chemist

Review: The Chemist

Now, before you roll your eyes at who wrote this book, give me a minute to share my experience. The Chemist is the second adult-focused book by Stephenie Meyer. Granted, The Host wasn’t exactly “adult,” but I digress. In this Mr. and Mrs. Smith espionage adventure, a former medically-oriented interrogator is… Read more »

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Review: Wicked Little Secrets

Review: Wicked Little Secrets

Let me start off by saying that I love this series so much. Anne is awesome and while she is a bit naive sometimes, her spunk and determination really drive the story along. That being said, if you haven’t read the first book in this series, PREP SCHOOL CONFIDENTIAL, I… Read more »

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