Review: Daughter of Smoke and Bone


I had been meaning to read Daughter of Smoke and Bone since it came out about 2 years ago and every time I picked it up I ended up putting it back down. I think my biggest problem with it right from the beginning was that I read the synopsis. ...

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Review: The Sea of Tranquility


I don’t even know how many more times I’m going to say this, but I love miserable characters. A lot. When I first read the summary of The Sea of Tranquility I knew I had to read it. An angry girl that is set on destroying the boy that took ...

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Review: The Darkest Minds


I’m not sure how to start this review, so I’ll get right to it. The Darkest Minds started off slow and it remained slow for the first half of the book, though it wasn’t really boring. I mostly wanted to know where the story was going to go. Thankfully, it picked ...

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Review: Viral Nation


I’ve been really excited to read Viral Nation because it has been a while since I’ve read a dystopian book. I do have to say, though, that I was a bit disappointed with how it turned out. The problem with dystopian books is that they all start sounded very similar. I ...

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Review: Throne of Glass


I don’t even know where to start with this review. I feel like nothing I say will get across just how awesome Throne of Glass was and how much I loved it. I seriously loved it. It was so good. I have been seeing great reviews about Throne of Glass on other ...

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Review: The Dream Thieves


I have no idea what I just read. I just… didn’t get it. Like, at all. Did I read the same thing that everyone was gushing about and praising? I wasn’t sure I should read The Dream Thieves, since I was still a bit confused from what happened on The Raven Boys, but since ...

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Review: Pushing the Limits


Pushing The Limits was intense! It had such a great story line. It kept me on the edge of my seat the whole time. The characters were amazing. I loved Echo and Noah. There was so much going on in their lives, problems that they were both struggling to deal ...

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Review: The Perks of Being a Wallflower


The Perks of Being a Wallflower is one of those books that teens obsess about because they think that it’s “cool”. Yes, yes, it was fine. I guess. There were some deep, thought-provoking, teen obsession-inducing, passages, but I didn’t really see more than that. I’ll admit that it wasn’t completely horrible, ...

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