Monthly Archives: June, 2012

Keep Holding On by Susane Colasanti

Let me start this off by saying: If you haven’t ever read a Susane Colasanti book, you are seriously, SERIOUSLY, missing out on life. I am obsessed with her books. A couple of summers ago I read When It Happens, proceeded to have heart palpitations, and immediately watched Say Anything… (and now I’m obsessed with …

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The Chosen One by Carol Lynch Williams

I read the first ten pages or so of this book’s free sample, and when I saw [end sample] at the end, I seriously rolled my eyes at my Nook, then proceeded to buy the book. I’m not quite sure what exactly it is about it, but the main character and the plot just hook …

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Article 5 by Kristen Simmons

I found this book somewhere in my crazed searching-BN.com-for-a-dystopian-book-that-would-be-amazing faze that is still occurring today. I stockpile books like other people stockpile food and weapons for the apocalypse, so this was book number 2 of 8 that was purchased for vacation reading. I really owe my mom some money for like four of those…but anyway. …

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Thumped by Megan McCafferty

I’m not sure how I found out BumpedĀ had a sequel, but as soon as I did, I bought it. Thumped was just as good as Bumped, though maybe a little more confusing at the beginning because it had been a while since I had read the first book. On that note: I definitely suggest reading …

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Bumped by Megan McCafferty

I’m back! Did you guys miss me? I missed you šŸ˜¦ I was sad that I had absolutely no time to write and review, but now its summer. Get ready for reviews all the time! I found this book somewhere on the Nook library a couple of months ago and it was one of those …

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Hello, darling readers!/Challenge

Greetings! Sorry I haven’t been reviewing very often. What with approaching finals/scheduling next year’s classes/video project/summer reading (don’t get me started. Beowulf, really?!)/math in general, I’m a little overwhelmed right now. Good news: school’s over in two weeks, and then I should be posting soooo much more. Get ready! Right after school ends, I’m leaving …

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