Month: February 2014

Review: Viral Nation by Shaunta Grimes

Review: Viral Nation by Shaunta Grimes

I won this book during the Debut Authors blog hop from Sandy at Magical Manuscripts.  I finally got around to it this past month.  This is a very interesting dystopian story.  And one of the big selling points is that it has an autistic main character.  I also like that… Read more »

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Review:  Attachments by Rainbow Rowell

Review: Attachments by Rainbow Rowell

Okay, I may be jumping on the Rainbow Rowell fan train after this book.  I had downloaded Eleanor and Park for my Nook when it was available for like $1.99, but just haven’t been able to make myself read it.  So this one I checked out from the library to… Read more »

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Review:  Fire and Flood by Victoria Scott

Review: Fire and Flood by Victoria Scott

First thanks to Scholastic and Netgalley for allowing me to read an e-galley of this, even though I didn’t get to it until the last minute.  I loved The Collector by Victoria Scott, so I was very excited to read this. And I was not disappointed at all.  In fact, when… Read more »

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Cover Characteristics – February 21st, 2014

Cover Characteristics – February 21st, 2014

Cover Characteristics is hosted at  Sugar and Snark.  Here are the guidelines for how it works if you want to join in: Each week we will post a characteristic and choose 5 of our favorite covers with that characteristic. If you want to join in and share your 5 favorite… Read more »

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Review: Walking Disaster by Jamie McGuire

Review: Walking Disaster by Jamie McGuire

Well, I had to go ahead and check this out from the library after reading the first one.  Mainly because as I read a sample of the first chapter of this one, I thought it would help me to understand the main character Travis Maddox, and might help me to… Read more »

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Review: Insanity by Susan Vaught

Review: Insanity by Susan Vaught

First, thanks to Netgalley and Bloomsbury USA Children’s Books for allowing me to read an e-galley of this.  As you have to notice from just one look, the cover is what first drew me in to see what the book was about. When I read the synopsis, it sounded even… Read more »

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