Tag Archives: YA

Book review: J is for Jones #atozchallenge

Okay, I am aware that I have totally failed at this challenge, but I had this entry already 90% completed, so I thought I might as well post it anyway! Remember how I said I might change things up a … Continue reading

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Book review: D is for Dream #atozchallenge

The Dream Thieves by Maggie Stiefvater is the second book in The Raven Cycle series (fourth and final book to be published later this month). This review is likely to have spoilers for the first book just by nature of … Continue reading

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Book Review: A is for Anne #atozchallenge

It seems fitting to start this month long blog-a-thon with a review of a book by one of my all time favorite authors.  There was a time, when I first discovered L.M. Montgomery (thanks to a friend giving me the … Continue reading

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Life As We Knew It by Susan Beth Pfeffer.

A brief summary of the plot.  An asteroid hits the moon and moves it closer to Earth, causing swelling tides which flood the coasts, earthquakes, and volcanic eruptions that put massive amounts of ash into the air, turning summer into … Continue reading

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All Men of Genius by Lev AC Rosen

This book made me sad because I wanted to love it and I couldn’t so more than like it.  The characters were solid and the dialogue wasn’t bad but everything else was lacking.  I mean, I enjoyed the plot, but … Continue reading

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Reboot by Amy Tintera

Some time in the not too distant future, a virus sweeps across America.  It can be deadly but isn’t always.  Those who die sometimes come back as “Reboots,” especially the young.  Broken bones now heal in minutes, senses are faster, … Continue reading

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The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater

I’m going to try hard to be objective and coherent in this review, but I make no promises because I love this book to a ridiculous degree and it’s hard not to just post, “ZOMG I LOVE IT, READ IT … Continue reading

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The Young Elites by Marie Lu

I read Marie Lu’s Legends trilogy and was largely “eh” about it.  They weren’t the worst written thing I’d ever read, but they weren’t terribly creative and the characters were boring.  But when I saw Ms. Lu had written the first book … Continue reading

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#21 The Monster by Garth Nix and Sean Williams

So, it turns out that working full time, trying to finish up an AA after a decade or so of fucking off, trying to become a first time homeowner in what is no longer a buyer’s market, plus a whole … Continue reading

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