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The Year of the Flood, Margaret Atwood

…and why I’ve given up on it.

I recently re-read Oryx and Crake and enjoyed it so much that I rushed to Waterstones the next day to purchase a copy of… 880 more words

The Elite Kiera Cass,

The Elite Kiera Cass,
Review from Jeannie Zelos book reviews
Genre: Teens and YA.
Another fabulous cover! Well, we’re in the palace with the girls now and the action is heating up. 600 more words


The Bees by Laline Paull

Stand Alone: Released 5/6/14

I borrowed an audio version of this book from my library saving me $ 59.99 (audio price)

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A review of LEGEND by Marie Lu // a plea to the YA Dystopian genre

When I sat down to read the first chapter of Marie Lu’s Legend on the train, the thirty-something man sitting next to me on the train felt compelled to tell me that what I was reading was “a fantastic book.” I felt vaguely skeptical of him because I picked up… 923 more words

Prodigy - Marie Lu

After the shocking end to Legend, I could not wait to continue this trilogy. After June and Day narrowly escaped, they are hiding from one government and trying to find another. 371 more words

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Red Queen

Title: Red Queen
Author: Victoria Aveyard
Series: Red Queen
Recommended for: 8th Grade and Up
Pages: 383
Call Number/Link:  Teen Fiction Aveyard, V.

Synopsis:  259 more words