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Manuela’s Review of “Pretty Girls Dancing” by Kylie Brant

By: Manuela Soares Seven years ago, sixteen-year-old Kelsey Willard went missing never to be seen again, thought to have been kidnapped by the serial killer dubbed the Ten Mile Killer. Now, fourteen-year-old Whitney DeVries has gone missing and an investigation has been launched to find her. New clues and information are found, and old secrets… Continue reading Manuela’s Review of “Pretty Girls Dancing” by Kylie Brant

Book Blog, Books Reviews, Uncategorized, YA Fiction

Cait’s Review of “Twice Dead” by Caitlin Seal

By: Cait Marie *I received an ARC of this book from Charlesbridge Publishing for my honest review. Twice Dead is an intriguing, action-packed story involving necromancy, war, and betrayal. When Naya's father, the captain of a merchant ship, docks in Ceramor, she is sent out on her first solo task to meet and negotiate with… Continue reading Cait’s Review of “Twice Dead” by Caitlin Seal

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Cait’s September Book Haul

By: Cait Marie I know this is late, it’s been a crazy couple of weeks, but I did it! I finally read a decent amount last month and I’m out of my slump! Of the books I listed last month that I wanted to read, I did finish three of them and read about half… Continue reading Cait’s September Book Haul

Book Blog, Books Reviews, Uncategorized, YA Fiction

Cait’s Review of “Scylla” by Lela Grayce

By: Cait Marie *I received an ARC of this book from the author for my honest review. Scylla is the second book in the Lunar Medallion series by Lela Grayce. You can find the review for book one, Areion, here, and the review for the short story, Child of Water, here. In Areion we learn… Continue reading Cait’s Review of “Scylla” by Lela Grayce

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Cait’s Review of “Geekerella” by Ashley Poston

By: Cait Marie Geekerella is a modern Cinderella retelling set in a world of fandoms, conventions, and the internet. Elle grew up watching Starfield with her father, who started a convention specifically for it. After his death, her love of the show continues. When soap opera, teen heartthrob Darien Freeman gets the leading role of… Continue reading Cait’s Review of “Geekerella” by Ashley Poston

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Kesha’s Review of “Trusting You & Other Lies” by Nicole Williams

Has anyone every been to summer camp? I’ve experienced a few camps throughout my younger years. Every year not only did I make new friends, but it also taught me many important lessons in life. In the book Trusting You & Other Lies, it is about a seventeen-year-old girl, named Phoenix. She recently broke up… Continue reading Kesha’s Review of “Trusting You & Other Lies” by Nicole Williams

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Cait’s Review of “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before” by Jenny Han

By: Cait Marie To All The Boys I've Loved Before has been on my TBR for years. With the recent release of the movie adaptation on Netflix, I knew I needed to read it before watching. So, that was the plan: to read it last week, then watch the movie over the weekend when it… Continue reading Cait’s Review of “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before” by Jenny Han

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Jenny’s Review of the Midnight Pawn Series by Charlaine Harris

By: Jenny Gardner Charlaine Harris is known for her ability to write romance novels involving other-worldly creatures, entwining the dark and the light. Her Sookie Stackhouse Series is a wonderful one surrounding vampires. Though the Midnight Pawn series is in the same universe, the crossover is minimal. In this series, the focus is on the… Continue reading Jenny’s Review of the Midnight Pawn Series by Charlaine Harris

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Who Am I? Book Tag

By: Cait Marie This tag was originally started by PBS Digital Studios, and I saw it over on meltotheany's page! Without further ado: - If your life were a book genre, what would it be? Realistically, probably a YA contemporary that's slightly comedic. I would prefer it be something awesome like fantasy or sci-fi, though.… Continue reading Who Am I? Book Tag

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Friday Favorites: Movie Adaptations Part 2

By: Cait Marie Last week, I talked about my favorite book-to-movie adaptations. This week, I thought I'd share my favorite adaptations based on books I haven't read: 1. The Wizard of Oz This is my favorite movie of all-time and I've never even kind of read the book. I was confused by the different versions… Continue reading Friday Favorites: Movie Adaptations Part 2