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By: Melanie | July 27, 2015 | (39) Comments

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Thanks to Kismet Book Touring for hosting this tour! Hi everyone! I am so very excited to share this super fun guest post by Adi Alsaid, who is the author of Let’s Get Lost and upcoming Never Always Sometimes. His upcoming book features two teenage best friends, Julia and Dave, who are reaching their last months of high school that are planning to do all the things on their ‘Never’ list. Rules for reading Never Always Sometimes and any other book by Adi Alsaid […]

By: Larissa | June 12, 2014 | (15) Comments

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I’ve decided to do two mini reviews today, and because they’re both Cinderella retellings it only makes sense that they’d be in the same post (: I also sadly had to DNF both of them.   The Stepsister’s Tale by Tracy Barrett Goodreads Purchase 272 Pages Release Date: June 24th, 2014 What really happened after the clock struck midnight?Jane Montjoy is tired of being a lady. She’s tired of pretending to live up to the standards of her mother’s noble family-especially now that […]

By: Larissa | April 26, 2014 | (26) Comments

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The Dark World  is a very difficult book for me to review. There were times in the story where I could easily give it 4 stars, and other times I could easily give The Dark World one stars. It’s because of this that I would take this rating with a grain of salt. Of course all reading is subjective and I’d love to hear your own opinions of this one (: One thing I loved in this story was Dottie! She’s a […]

By: Melanie | April 8, 2014 | (29) Comments

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Discussion Review by Larissa and Mel **There are no major spoilers (just very mild ones) that will ruin your enjoyment of the book. ** Larissa: Okay I just finished this book and I’m giving it three stars. This was probably my least favourite of the Blood of Eden series. Mel: Yeah, I ended up giving this 3 stars as well. I guess nothing can come to compare with The Eternity Cure. Larissa: I found it to be quite mediocre compared with my […]

By: Larissa | February 11, 2014 | (31) Comments

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Grim is an anthology written by some great YA authors. The short stories that make up it are all fairy tale retellings. I enjoyed all of them to a point, with the exception of one. Some of the stories were a little bit more enjoyable and memorable than others though. Therefore, I will give a quick review of each to showcase my feelings towards each story. The Key By Rachel Hawkins,  a retell of Bluebeard I wasn’t sure of what to expect with Rachel, […]

By: Melanie | October 21, 2013 | (25) Comments

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Gee, I don’t even know where to begin. If you want a good mermaid book, this is not where you want to start. Heck, this isn’t even a mermaid book. This book for majority of the time does not even let us see the characters under the water signing Under The Sea–we didn’t even see the antagonist until the last few chapters. I can’t really give any recommendations on where to start with YA mermaid novels, truth be told, it has never […]

By: Melanie | September 25, 2013 | (24) Comments

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“Time’s ticking.” “Isn’t it always?” Countdown promised a lot. However it did not deliver as much. I feel like I’m slowly falling into a reviewing slump (therefore sorry for my lame review) so I think this review will be more effective in point form. And here we go… 1. The world building was narrow. I truly value the amount of world building in dystopian novels; it’s probably one of the most important elements in a dystopian novel. Hence immediately, my view on […]

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