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WWW Wednesday: March 20, 2019

By: Cait Marie Hello! So, I normally try to update our currently reading list on Wednesdays, but I thought I'd try something new. I saw this done by Amanda over on Peaks and Pages; WWW Wednesday is a weekly reading update hosted by Taking on a World of Words. The Three Ws are: What are… Continue reading WWW Wednesday: March 20, 2019

Book Blog, Books Reviews, YA Fiction

Hayley’s Review of “Hush, Hush” by Becca Fitzpatrick

By: Hayley Green Nora Grey is just a regular teenager. She gets put together with Patch when her Biology teacher changes the seating chart suddenly, and a romance ensues. Patch is mysterious and dangerous, the kind of person who her mother wouldn’t approve of. She meets Elliot and Jules, a strange pair whom mystery surrounds… Continue reading Hayley’s Review of “Hush, Hush” by Becca Fitzpatrick

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Hayley’s Review of “The Duff” by Kody Keplinger

By: Hayley Green The Duff has a very sarcastic narrator. It makes the book very entertaining, despite the fact that the narrator is very secretive and treats her friends like crap throughout most of the book. It’s understandable why Bianca treats her two best friends like that, though. She deals with a lot of crap.… Continue reading Hayley’s Review of “The Duff” by Kody Keplinger

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Hayley’s Review of “Black Ice” by Becca Fitzpatrick

By: Hayley Green In this book, the main character, Britt, finds herself stuck in the wilderness with two fugitives. She is on spring break with her best friend, Korbie, in the mountains. She hopes to encounter her ex and Korbie’s brother, Calvin. Unfortunately for her, on the drive up the mountain she misses a turn… Continue reading Hayley’s Review of “Black Ice” by Becca Fitzpatrick

Book Blog, Book Hauls

Cait’s November/December Book Haul

By: Cait Marie Hello! It's been a while! The last couple months have been super busy. I’ve still been reading everyday, but I have had very little time to write reviews and book hauls. Because I missed a month, I am covering both October and November in this, so bear with me. There was a… Continue reading Cait’s November/December Book Haul

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Cait’s Review of “What If It’s Us” by Becky Albertalli and Adam Silvera

By: Cait Marie What happens when two of your favorite authors collaborate? You get an adorable contemporary that simply makes your heart smile. What If It’s Us is written from two perspectives. Arthur is in New York for the summer, working as an intern in his mom’s law firm. Ben is a local New Yorker… Continue reading Cait’s Review of “What If It’s Us” by Becky Albertalli and Adam Silvera

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Cait’s Review of “The Exchange” by M.F. Lorson

By: Cait Marie *I received an ARC of this book from the author for my honest review. In 2030, Ari attends an institute that holds an exchange program… for time travelers. Ari is constantly getting in trouble due to her hate of the program. To save her father’s job after another incident, she unwillingly agrees… Continue reading Cait’s Review of “The Exchange” by M.F. Lorson

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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

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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