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Jess Armstrong
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Apologies and Smiles
If you've noticed a distinct lack of reviews from me lately, here's why: I'm writing a book. While I do continue to read (because books are life), it's mostly before bed in the wee hours of the morning and I don't get much accomplished. If you're interested...

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Delirium - Lauren Oliver
Delirium Lauren Oliver 5/5 I absolutely loved this book. This series, beginning with Delirium was my first introduction to Lauren Oliver. She now makes my list of favourite authors. The thing that stands out most for me in delirium is the character developm...

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Dark Heroine – Dinner With a Vampire Abigail Gibbs 1/5 Stars This is probably the worst book I've
ever had the displeasure of reading. I should warn you, my readers –
that I did not, in fact, could not finish this book. It was that bad. Slut shaming, mysogo...

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Review - Ascend - #3 Trylle Trilogy
Ascend – Trylle Trilogy #3 Amanda Hocking 2.5/5 Stars Ascend is the finale of the Trylle
trilogy – a series which I read back-to-back (to back) because I
had them on hand and enjoyed them enough to do so. Ascend was
probably the most disappointing of the tr...

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Torn - Trylle Trilogy #2 - Amanda Hocking
Torn Trylle Trilogy #2 Amanda Hocking 3/5 Stars Torn is the second book of the Trylle
trilogy by Amanda Hocking. After reading Switched, I immediately
delved into Torn, only to be left feeling like it just didn't hold up
against its predecessor. Comparativ...

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Switched - Trylle Trilogy # 1 - Amanda Hocking
Switched Trylle Trylogy #1 Amanda Hocking 4/5 Stars I'm a big fan of Amanda Hocking – not
because of her self-made status, but because of her writing style and
how she steps out of the paranormal genre to include more than just
vampires and fairies. This se...

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Do You Ever...?
Do you ever start reading a book that is so bad that you avoid reading it at all costs, despite wanting to finish (for the sake of finishing) it? Well, that's what happened with me. I may write a review on said book eventually, but for now, I'm moving on!...

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Review - Wake
Wake Amanda Hocking 4/5 Stars This is the first of Hocking's work
I've read and I have to say, I'm quite impressed. Her writing style
is fresh and contemporary. Whether it's referencing things like
e-readers and modern bands or writing about the modern geek...
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