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Winter by Marissa Meyer {Amanda’s Review}

Winter by Marissa Meyer {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 15 February, 2016 by Amanda / 8 Comments

Can haz more Marissa Meyer now? Thoughts on Winter In order to prepare myself for Winter, I embarked on a reread of the four other books in The Lunar Chronicles (counting the Fairest “novella”). They stand up remarkably well to rereads, and prepared me to dive straight into Winter. At 800+ pages, Winter is both […]

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Finding Audrey by Sophie Kinsella {Beth’s Review}

Finding Audrey by Sophie Kinsella {Beth’s Review}

Posted 2 December, 2015 by Beth / 1 Comment

Kinsella needs to write Young Adult!   Thoughts on Finding Audrey When I go into a Sophie Kinsella book, I know I’m going to get hilarity, a few sappy moments, and a happy ending. I’ve read enough Kinsella to know that’s it all of her books. That’s one thing that I love about her. When […]

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The Sky is Everywhere by Jandy Nelson {Beth’s Review}

The Sky is Everywhere by Jandy Nelson {Beth’s Review}

Posted 20 May, 2015 by Beth / 2 Comments

Jandy Nelson has ruined my life Thoughts on I’ll Give You The Sun Jandy Nelson has very quickly become one of the strongest authors I’ve ever read. Her prose is heartbreaking. Her characters are interesting. Everything that she touches turns to gold. This book was no different. I knew going into it that it would […]

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Fairest by Marissa Meyer {Amanda’s Review}

Fairest by Marissa Meyer {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 27 February, 2015 by Amanda / 4 Comments

Levana is readable, but not likable. My Thoughts on Fairest Levana may not be likable, but she certainly is readable. In fact, I had trouble putting Fairest down. A chance to learn how the villain of The Lunar Chronicles series came to be? Sign me up. It’s possible I have a soft spot for villain […]

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Lost Lake by Sarah Addison Allen {Jenna’s Review}

Lost Lake by Sarah Addison Allen {Jenna’s Review}

Posted 19 November, 2014 by Jenna / 4 Comments

A little something sweet and magical   My Thoughts Since Garden Spells, I have been a big fan of Sarah Addison Allen’s particular brand of magical realism. Her stories always feel so personal to me; I slip into the worlds she pictures with an easy grace, led entirely by her. So I was surprised to find […]

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Crown of Midnight by Sarah J. Maas {Amanda’s Review}

Crown of Midnight by Sarah J. Maas {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 10 November, 2014 by Amanda / 10 Comments

*sobs that Celaena’s story isn’t over* Thoughts on Crown of Midnight Crown of Midnight is the kind of book that makes me realize how much my historical romance bender has affected my reading preferences. It’s not that I prefer a heavy focus on the romance — I rather like (and it makes me laugh a little […]