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March reads...

Murder for Choir – Joelle Charbonneau
Honestly, the goodreads reviews should have been enough to put me off of this, but I saw it at the library and I was like, I like Glee. 488 more words


In addition...

…I went with my literature class to see Gayle Forman, A.S. King, and Libba Bray at Children’s Book World on Thursday. Libba Bray was an add-on, so I didn’t read a book in preparation for her (though I do have a copy of Going Bovine which will I will be reading asap). 27 more words

February Wrap Up! A Dance with Dragons, Ask the Passengers and Throne of Glass.

Good day friends!

You’re in for a triple book review thing today. I’m sure you’re all super duper pleased.

I’ll go in order of when I read and finished them, so we begin with; 1,423 more words


Ask the Passengers by A.S. King

When Astrid Jones and her family moved from New York City to Unity Valley, PA, none of them quite realized how drastically their lives would change.  275 more words

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Review: Ask the Passengers by A.S. King

Never has a book connected with me as immediately and intensely as A.S. King’s Ask the Passengers. I read the book in two sittings, which could have been one if I hadn’t stopped around page 30 for lunch. 667 more words


BOOK REVIEW: Ask The Passengers

Goodreads Review: 5/5 stars

Astrid is a girl who is struggling through finding herself and she’s doing it alone.  She’s doing it alone because she feels as though as can’t trust anyone else in her life not to push her in a direction or tell her that her thoughts are wrong.   238 more words

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Thursday Quotables is a weekly book blog meme that is hosted by Bookshelf Fantasies and deals with quotes and passages from whatever book you are currently reading! 374 more words

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