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REVIEW: THE DARKEST MINDS by ALEXANDRA BRACKEN
The Darkest Minds (The Darkest Minds #1) by Alexandra Bracken    I've been hearing a massive amount of hype about this book lately, especially with the new sequel and all that jazz. Admittedly, I didn't really have high hopes for it, having lost a certain a...

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Checklist for Reviews
   Well, basically, I've decided to make a weak attempt to write structured reviews {as opposed to endlessly rambling ones} with this simple little check-list thingy. We'll see how that works out, won't we? • Title, Author, Genre. {Obviously.} If part of a ...

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REVIEW: THE MYSTERIOUS BENEDICT SOCIETY by TRENTON LEE STEWART
The Mysterious Benedict Society by Trenton Lee Stewart    Anyone who has the audacity to suggest that I have a weakness for children's literature is absolutely right.     It's kind of odd, actually; people with a naturally critical nature such as myself can...

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REVIEW: CITY OF BONES by CASSANDRA CLARE
City of Bones (The Mortal Instruments #1) by Cassandra Clare    Man, oh man, so much to say here. Where to begin?    I've just gotta say that I've seen been seeing this cover in my local library and bookstore for years now, and I was never really able to ga...

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REVIEW: GONE by MICHAEL GRANT
Gone by Michael Grant    I've learned my lesson now: don't put off reviews, because by the time you finally do get around to writing them, your thoughts and opinions on the book will have gone stale and all you'll be able to pull out are a few tangled prais...

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UPDATE: WOW PRETTY THINGS
     Wow hey how prettiful!!        So yeah, if you haven't guessed already–New layout! I also made a new page with archiving and to-dos and stuff but for some reason there's no thing for pages on this template. And it won't let me add one.      OH WELL wha...

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REVIEW: A GREAT AND TERRIBLE BEAUTY by LIBBA BRAY
A Great and Terrible Beauty by Libba Bray    Well, here it is–my second Libba Bray experience. Sadly, it was kind of a disappointment.    I feel like it takes a certain type of author to be able to write a successful historical fiction novel, and Bray doesn...

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REVIEW: HOUSE RULES by JODI PICOULT
House Rules by Jodi Picoult    This is yet another book that my mother recommended to me, and it is yet another book that did not disappoint.    HOUSE RULES is about a teenager with Asperger's Syndrome who is accused of murder. It's one part feel-good famil...

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2013 Wrap-Up
   Well, happy New Years, you guys! Congrats on making it this far.    I didn't feel motivated at all to make an actual vlog to honor the turning of the year, so I guess I'll just be doing this instead. I'm not entirely sure what this is quite yet, but I'm ...

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REVIEW: THE PERKS OF BEING A WALLFLOWER by STEPHEN CHBOSKY
The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky   Today, I present to you... One of the only books in the world whose 'movie cover' looks better than its original cover.     Again, here, I'm late to the party with this one–it's grown to be extremely popu...
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