Book Reviews

Book Review: The Other Life by Susanne Winnacker

Book Review: The Other Life by Susanne Winnacker

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The Other Life is a fast, entertaining read. I liked the direction that Winnacker went with the Weepers and think the world that she created would be very interesting if I knew more details. I’m a details person, y’all. I love them – so I need that in my books, especially my dystopian books.

ARC review: Bitterblue (Graceling Realm #3) by Kristen Cashore

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There was just so much meat to this book. Not just the story itself, but you can easily see how much thought and planning went into it. An entire language was created in order to show how crazy King Leck really was. Cashore’s writing was fantastic, and even after such a long break in between books, I had no problem diving right in and getting lost in the story.

Book Review: Pack of Lies (Red Ridge Pack #1)

Book Review: Pack of Lies (Red Ridge Pack #1)

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Pack of Lies was an interesting, entertaining read that was absolutely perfect for me after finishing a super emotional book. I was a little surprised to see that it contained 62 chapters, but I read through it in two days, which would have really been a ‘one sit read’ if I’d started earlier the first day.

RC review + giveaway: The Immortal Rules (Blood of Eden #1)

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I absolutely LOVE the world Julia Kagawa created in Immortal Rules. We’ve all gotten a bit exhausted over the whole vampire scene, and it was actually very interesting to find out that Julie had vowed to never write vampire books. I am SO GLAD she decided to forgo that thought and give me (yes, ME!) this book.

Review: The Book of Blood and Shadow by Robin Wasserman

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This book will leaving you guessing to the end about who to trust. Just when you think you know she’ll turn the tables again. It wasn’t until I was about 75% of the way into the book that I was like, “Oh, yeah, I know.” And I did. But even then there were still surprises.

Review: The Rivals (The Mockingbirds #2)

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Alex and her friends are back in action and this year they stakes are high as The Mockingbirds uncover a prescription drug ring operating in the school with a huge twist. I loved where the book picked up and the way the obvious love-triangle was handled

Review: Out of Sight, Out of Time by Ally Carter

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I’m super sad that after this there will be only one more, but seeing where she left Cammie this makes perfect sense. The next book will finish out senior year at school and, you guys…I just really have NO IDEA what can possibly come in the next book.