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Rebecca T
Rebecca's online book review: A place for escapisms, criticisms, and guilty pleasures.
Rebecca's online book review: A place for escapisms, criticisms, and guilty pleasures.

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The Truth About Thea by Amy Impellizzeri
  Amy Impellizzeri continues to stun her readers in her latest novel, The Truth About Thea .   Thea has been diagnosed as an addict. Her drug of choice? Social media. After a fatal scandal is linked directly to her business Alibis , Thea has been sentenced ...

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The Rise of a Cherub by Tezi Beach
  Tia was just a normal girl. She went to school, hung out with her friends, and lived a normal teenage life, like all typical teenagers do. Little did she know that there was a whole invisible world waiting for her to accept her fate.   Tia is a Cherub, a ...

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Alive by Stephanie Erickson
  They saw it all happen. The fear, the panic, the carnage. They saw it all... from up there.   Alive is the third and final book in Stephanie Erickson's Dead Room trilogy , and I almost have to say that it is my favorite. It certainly has my favorite main ...

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The Dead World by Stephanie Erickson
  The Dead World , Stephanie Erickson's second book in The Dead Room trilogy, will haunt you to your very core.   Without giving too much away, we began the series with book one, The Dead Room, and learned that what used to be civilization is now something ...

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Bury Me by Dianna Dann
  Lenore Hawn is a hoarder. Surrounded by piles and piles of knick knacks, boxes, and garbage, Lenore is slowly building a tomb for herself. Hannah, a seventeen year-old neighbor of Lenore's, has agreed to help uncover piles of junk, in hopes of finding a b...

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The Year's Best Graphic Novels, Comics & Manga: From Blankets to Demo to Blacksad by Byron Preiss, Howard Zimmerman, and Neil Gaiman
  It seems as if I have become quite lucky with BookCrossing finds within the past few months, because lo and behold! I have found another. The book Gods were smiling down upon me on that snowy and slushy winter's day, when I ventured to the same park where...

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A Wizard's Forge by A.M. Justice
  Victoria of Ourtown is the heroine the world needs right now. Snatched from her peaceful life of becoming the youngest Logkeeper Ourtown has ever seen, Vic must survive the torment of being sold into slavery, learn to rebuild a life after losing her ident...

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The Discovery of a BookCrossing Book/Sweet Rein Vol. 3 by Sakura Tsukuba
  Alright, I freely admit that this was my first crack at reading Manga.   For some reason, when my friends discovered Manga and started delving into the interesting world of Japanese Animation, the fascination skipped over me. (As did High School Musical--...

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An Other Place by Darren Dash
  I was contacted by Darren Dash about a week ago to read his upcoming novel, An Other Place . Being such a huge fan of his, it was a surprise and an honor to receive an email from him, let alone hear that he wants me to review a book of his, before it's ev...

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Secrets of Worry Dolls by Amy Impellizzeri
  From the author of Lemongrass Hope , Secrets of Worry Dolls takes us on a journey to the fertile orchid fields of Guatemala, through the devastating trials of a mourning family post 9/11, and into the past of a woman whose secrets can only be trusted in t...
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