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“Names are not important. It’s what lies inside of you that matters.”
― Sarah J. Maas, Throne of Glass

This might just be my favorite book series now.

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2015 Hub Reading Challenge Check-In #7

It was a light week for the Hub reading Challenge, mostly because I finished 4 books for the Morris award. But I can’t tell you about those. 170 more words

YA Literature

Book Review: I'll Give You the Sun, by Jandy Nelson

Nelson, Jandy. I’ll Give You the Sun. Dial Books, 2014. Gr. 9-12.

            Noah and Jude are two fraternal twins (brother and sister) seeking wholeness in a world that defines them as half of a set, half of a soul. 335 more words

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Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand is a true story about an Olympian that becomes a prisoner of war during Workd War II. This book is such a great depiction of the power of perseverance and the strength of a person. 323 more words

So... I'm finally out of that reading slump.

Hello, everyone!

This is (hopefully) the last day of two (or three) very stressful weeks. Only one exam left! \o/

Anyhow, apart from watching the last episodes of Glee and recovering from an awful cold, I’ve been reading. 232 more words

“Books are easily destroyed. But words will live as long as people can remember them.”

-Tahereh Mafi

First of all, sorry for not posting the quote as early as I would like…

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Maleficent - Revisionist Fairy Tale Motherhood

Disney’s Original

Disney’s Original

Disney’s Reimagining

Disney’s Reimagining

I realized that we Book Warriors hadn’t yet done a review of Maleficent, Disney’s newest Sleeping Beauty retelling from the perspective of the antagonist – Maleficent.  1,271 more words