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reviewed Blue Bloods (Blue Bloods, Book 1). September 19, 2010
Blue Bloods (Blue Bloods, Book 1)
Blue Bloods by Melissa de la Cruz   Melissa De la Cruz introduces us to the world of the Blue Bloods, over-privileged, Manhattan, teens, who attend a very private school and basically do whatever …
reviewed Crave. September 17, 2010
Crave
Review courtesy of [...]    Back in High School, I was more than a little obsessed with a TV show called Roswell which starred the ridiculously good looking Jason Behr (you can watch …
reviewed Forget You. September 08, 2010
Forget You
Zoey's life is going downhill fast--first, her father divorces her mom, marries his pretty, pregnant, twenty-something girlfriend, and makes Zoey and her mother move out. Then, when her mother attempts …
reviewed Mockingjay. September 07, 2010
Mockingjay (The Final Book of The Hunger Games)
I was fully prepared to rave about 'Mockingjay,' the last book of the Hunger Games series. I was ready to love it as much as I did the first two, and to channel that love into words of high praise. So …
reviewed Low Red Moon. September 01, 2010
Low Red Moon
Avery remembers nothing from the night her parents died. One day she's just a normal girl, living deep in the woods, and the next her her parents are murdered, she's sent to live with a grandmother she …
reviewed Mockingjay. August 30, 2010
Mockingjay (The Final Book of The Hunger Games)
The Hunger Games trilogy by Suzanne Collins comes to a bloody end with Mockingjay, the series' final volumes. (I reviewed the first two volumes here and here.)      The story takes …
reviewed Mockingjay. August 30, 2010
Mockingjay (The Final Book of The Hunger Games)
Never has a series touched me like The Hunger Games series. Every moment, every heart ache, every bit of dialogue is real. The characters reactions, moments of clarity, moments of insanity, pain, loss, …
reviewed The Vampire Diaries: The Fury and Dar.... August 24, 2010
The Vampire Diaries: The Fury and Dark Reunion
This is a review of a combination of books three and four of The Vampire Diaries, entitled The Fury and The Dark Reunion. I felt that these two books where an improvement over the first two in the series. …
reviewed Mockingjay. August 24, 2010
Mockingjay (The Final Book of The Hunger Games)
Katniss Everdeen has once again just barely escaped death in the arena, but this time her rescue is due to the rebels in District 13. Katniss should be happy that she has powerful allies that are willing …
reviewed Mockingjay. August 23, 2010
Mockingjay (The Final Book of The Hunger Games)
   It's all back!  The drama, the great characters, the relentless pacing and the delicious politics.  It's all back with Suzanne Collin's "Mockingjay" -- the …
reviewed Hunger. August 22, 2010
Hunger
Hunger / 978-0-547-34124-8      When Lisabeth Lewis can’t go on with life anymore – can’t go on with her domineering mother; her kind, but controlling father; and …
reviewed Fallen. August 15, 2010
Fallen
  Review: Fallen is dark, mysterious, and interesting (despite it's flaws).      When Luce shows up at Sword and Cross, she makes only a few friends, and a couple …
reviewed Siren. August 11, 2010
Siren
For Vanessa Sands, summer has always been in Winter Harbor with her wild older sister Justine and the Carmichael boys. But Vanessa has never really felt part of the group; her shyness and fears prevent …
reviewed Princess Diaries (book). August 11, 2010
The Princess Diaries
   Mia  Thermopolis is your average, ninth grade girl. That is, until she finds out she is a princess! In this book, Meg takes you through the life of Mia, through her eyes. I really like …
reviewed Low Red Moon. August 09, 2010
Low Red Moon
Avery Hood's parents have been murdered, and she can't remember what happened except for a flash of silver. It's all she can do to pick up the pieces and try to make sense of her new life. When Avery …
reviewed The Space Between Trees. August 09, 2010
The Space Between Trees
Evie mostly keeps to herself. She doesn't have any real friends and can't find it in herself to find some. There are mainly two things that Evie likes: her newspaper route and Jonah Luks. That's why every …
posted a Quick Tip about The Catcher in the Rye. August 08, 2010
The Catcher in the Rye
Strange, tormented book...but grows on you towards the end.
reviewed Hunger. August 06, 2010
Hunger
Never having suffered from anorexia or bulemia, I feel I have significant insight into both diseases now. The detail was horrendously accurate and amazingly beautiful, given what it covered. And I loved …
posted a Quick Tip about Graceling. August 06, 2010
Graceling
An engaging young adult fantasy novel with an believable heroine.
reviewed Wildthorn. August 05, 2010
Wildthorn
Something is seriously wrong. Louisa Cosgrove thought she was supposed to be taken to stay with the Woodvilles, but instead, she's at someplace called Wildthorn Hall and people are calling her Lucy Childs. …
posted a Quick Tip about Graceling. August 04, 2010
Graceling
Great new supernatural world by a new author. Try also "Fire," her other book. You can tell that they are Young Adult novels, but that's one of my favorite genres. There's a third coming out next spring, …
reviewed White Cat (Curse Workers, Book 1). August 03, 2010
White Cat (Curse Workers, Book 1)
A different take on magic, Holly Black wove a very compelling and surprisingly believable tale of black magic and crime families. My expectations were high leading into White Cat, and Black did not disappoint. …
reviewed Incarceron. August 03, 2010
Incarceron (Incarceron, Book 1)
Wow! What a hot mess this book was... and I mean that in a good way. Catherine Fisher has quite an imagination on her. This is the story of Claudia and Finn and how their worlds collide.    Incarceron …
reviewed Shadow Hills. August 02, 2010
Shadow Hills
Ever since her sister's strange death, Phe Archer has suffered from a series of disturbing nightmares. Phe isn't sure how these terrifying dreams are related to her sister or herself, but she's determined …
reviewed And Then I Found Out The Truth. August 02, 2010
And Then I Found Out The Truth
Delia Truesdale may be getting used to living in New York City, but there's no way she can ever accustom herself to balancing school, a social life, and figuring out the details of a secret worldwide …
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