Month: March 2010

Generation Dead by Daniel Waters

Generation Dead by Daniel Waters

This is the book I kept at school to read during my lunch breaks. I got it at the enemy store because they had it in their bargain books for $3.99. It was an interesting story. Kind of my first “zombie” story, other than Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. So, the premise is that teenagers… Read more »

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Black House by Stephen King and Peter Straub

Black House by Stephen King and Peter Straub

Well, I struggled through this book at first. We start out from the viewpoint of a bird, and it kind of stays like that for what I feel is too long a time. I always wonder how does more than one person write a book. In this case, I almost wonder if the parts that… Read more »

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Real Women Don’t Wear Size 2 by Kelley St. John

Real Women Don’t Wear Size 2 by Kelley St. John

So this was basically just a trashy romance novel, not quite what I consider chick lit, it was strip cover, not something I bought at least. It wasn’t bad, just by the end I was a little tired of it. I definitely love the title, as I’ve never worn a size 2 in my life,… Read more »

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2010 Warrensburg Children’s Literature Festival

2010 Warrensburg Children’s Literature Festival

This is a break from my usual book review blogs, yet in a way, I will review an author and her book. First I want to put the link to the webpage that tells about this event: http://guides.library.ucmo.edu/clf I have heard about this for the past few years, but not at my school. This is… Read more »

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See Jane Date by Melissa Senate

See Jane Date by Melissa Senate

This is another strip cover book I picked up a long time ago. I grabbed it because of a made for tv movie on either lifetime or some other women’s tv channel by the same title, that starred Charisma Carpenter, who played Cordelia on Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Never actually watched the whole movie. And… Read more »

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The 4400:  The Vesuvius Prophecy by Greg Cox

The 4400: The Vesuvius Prophecy by Greg Cox

A tv series that I enjoyed at the start, but at the end it was going downhill, too much conspiracy stuff. The 4400 was a USA network show about 4400 people who disappeared throughout history, and were all returned one day near Seattle Washington. It was assumed at first they were kidnapped by aliens, but… Read more »

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