Tag: Random House Children’s Books

YA Review:  Aftermath by Kelley Armstrong

YA Review: Aftermath by Kelley Armstrong

Book info: Title:  Aftermath Author:  Kelley Armstrong Genre:  YA contemporary thriller Release Date:  May 22nd, 2018 Publisher:  Crown Books for Young Readers – Random House Children’s Books Source:  Physical ARC from publisher which had no influence on my opinion My rating:  5 stars Synopsis: Three years after losing her brother Luka in a school shooting,… Read more »

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Review:  Missing by Kelley Armstrong

Review: Missing by Kelley Armstrong

Book info: Title:  Missing Author:  Kelley Armstrong Genre:  YA Romantic Thriller Published:  April 18th, 2017 Publisher:  Random House Children’s Books Source:  E-galley from publisher for honest review My rating:  5 stars Synopsis: The only thing Winter Crane likes about Reeve’s End is that soon she’ll leave it. Like her best friend did. Like her sister… Read more »

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Dualed by Elsie Chapman

Dualed by Elsie Chapman

     First let me thank both Netgalley and Random House for letting me read this egalley, and read it WAY before the book comes out.  I’m writing this review in July 2012, and as of now it isn’t due to be published till February 2013.      The book is kind of marketed to… Read more »

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Beyond by Graham McNamee

Beyond by Graham McNamee

First, thanks to Netgalley and Random House Children’s Books for allowing me to read an egalley of this over the summer.  This is the first book from this author that I’ve read.  And it was really good.  It was a ghost story, but had a very unique take on the whole ghost thing.  A very… Read more »

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Hanging by a Thread by Sophie Littlefield

Hanging by a Thread by Sophie Littlefield

First, thanks to Netgalley and Random House Children’s Book Division for letting me read the egalley of this.  I saw the author’s name, and knew it from reading the Aftertime series by her.  In the Aftertime books, the main character is a really tough, kind of bad girl.  So I wasn’t sure how that would… Read more »

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