Month: June 2013

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Feature and Follow Friday #7 2013

Feature and Follow Friday #7 2013

Feature and Follow Friday is sponsored by Parajunkee and Alison Can Read.  The purpose of this event is to learn about the two featured bloggers each week, as well as to increase your own blog following by joining in on the fun! This week’s question/activity is: Q: What is your preferred reading format?… Read more »

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Wings by Aprilynne Pike

Wings by Aprilynne Pike

This is the first book by Aprilynne Pike that I have read, and I must say I wasn’t disappointed at all!  I got a copy of this at the RT Convention back in May of this year.  I’ve actually not really been a fan of fairy or fae stories.  Not… Read more »

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Bad Girls Don’t Die by Katie Alender

Bad Girls Don’t Die by Katie Alender

I’d seen these books on the teen shelves in the bookstore where I work for awhile, and always wondered.  Then last December I went to the Scholastic Warehouse sale and got it for half price, which was a good deal.  I finally got around to reading it this past week,… Read more »

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Underworld (Abandon Trilogy #2) by Meg Cabot

Underworld (Abandon Trilogy #2) by Meg Cabot

I actually received this book from the YA Book Exchange website.  It came from Sri Lanka, so took a little longer than expected to arrive.  But fortunately I got it in time to get it read before my e-galley of the final book in the trilogy, Awaken, expires.  And you… Read more »

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Feature and Follow Friday #6 2013

Feature and Follow Friday #6 2013

Feature and Follow Friday is sponsored by Parajunkee and Alison Can Read.  The purpose of this event is to learn about the two featured bloggers each week, as well as to increase your own blog following by joining in on the fun! This week’s question/activity is: Q: Share your favorite literary quote! There… Read more »

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Proxy (Proxy #1) by Alex London

Proxy (Proxy #1) by Alex London

First thanks to Penguin Young Readers and Netgalley for allowing me to read an e-galley of this book.  This is a dystopian type of thriller, one for boys, with the main characters being boys.  However, and though I have no problem with it, something that might be an issue for… Read more »

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