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By: Melanie | September 14, 2013 | (22) Comments

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Zombies! Apocalypse! Fighting for survivial! Unexpectedly, This Is Not A Test wasn’t really that. It was almost the opposite. I was rather surprised to finish this book and realise how unzombielike this novel was. In some ways, Courtney Summers threw in her contemporary ninja elements into this seemingly gruesomely terrifying book. Not to say I was disappointed with the lack of zombie-ness. I was glad of it. I am not a fan of zombies; creepy, mechanical like creatures. *shudders* Yet I understand […]

By: Melanie | September 12, 2013 | (16) Comments

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I fall for anything Courtney Summers writes. And this one was no exception. Eddie Reeves’ father, a legendary photographer, commits suicide but no one knows exactly why. And Eddie wants to know. She wants to know why he left her. Why he left her mother. Why he left the world where he was such a respected photographer. When Eddie begins to believe that she’ll never find out the reason- she meets Culler Evans. Ex-student of her father and photographer himself.  Culler seems […]

By: Melanie | September 11, 2013 | (20) Comments

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Some girls are bitches. Some girls are blackmailers. Some girls are bullies. Some girls are liars. Some girls are were your friends. “You only get to walk variations of the same lines everyone has already drawn for you.” I read this book about a month ago however it is still vibrating through my body, still so vivid, still so affecting. Some Girls Are, turned out to affect me more than I expected. So forgive my personal review. Which mind you, took many […]

By: Melanie | September 9, 2013 | (16) Comments

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People change. Some change more than others, but they all change. Parker Fadley changed. Perfect Parker Fadley. Changed. A lot. From captain of the cheer squad, girlfriend of a hot guy and a constant high achiever, no one knows what happened to her. But something did. Something huge and so conflicting that Perfect Parker is now not talking to anyone about it. With her parents, teachers and fellow classmates watching her every move, they all wonder the same question. “What happened?” She’s […]

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