Monthly Archives: November, 2012

Son by Lois Lowry

I’m back from vacation everyone! Okay, so you know how I listed a ton of books a few posts back, and said I was going to read them on vacation? Well, I kind of didn’t read all of them. I was actually really disappointed in many of the books I had on my Nook that …

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Touched by Cyn Balog

To start: I have officially applied to 3 colleges, guys! YAY for me! I still have 9 million more but 3 is better than nothing for a procrastinator like me… And P.S. this is my last post before I leave for vacation on Saturday! So no posts next week, but then plenty the weeks following… …

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Popular by Alissa Grosso

2nd to last PAYA 2012 book! This is making me sad 😦 (P.S. Only 9 days to suggest books for me to read on vacation!) This book will blow your mind. That is all. If you like: thrillers, drama, romance, friendship, parties, high school, popularity, secrets, and plots that completely blow you out of the …

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Please Ignore Vera Dietz by A.S. King

Only three PAYA 2012 books left! 😦 I’ll miss them. Especially since I don’t think I’ll be able to go to PAYA next year considering I’ll likely already be at college. GROWING UP IS SAD. Another judging-a-book-by-its-cover book. If you think about it, it’s really hard to not judge a book by its cover (and …

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When You Were Mine by Rebecca Serle

Another PAYA festival book! YAY! But only three more to go (BOO!!). This book was an epic judge-a-book-by-its-cover book, and I’d seen it a few times in Barnes and Noble and was planning to wait until it came out in paperback, but this was PAYA people! I can’t go to PAYA and only buy paperback …

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Life, After by Sarah Darer Littman

PAYA book 3#! I bought this book at PAYA because: 1) the premise of it sounded super interesting, and 2) I’m a sucker for judging books by their covers, and this one had a pretty rocking cover. It was also pretty short, which sometimes is a good thing in a book. Sometimes, I want to …

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