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Book Review: The Last Harvest by Kim Liggett

Book Review: The Last Harvest by Kim Liggett

Well that was a wild ride from start to finish. It took me a while to get through this book, and that’s not at all because it’s bad. Oh no. It’s because my husband often works nights and I’m the biggest wimp. Seriously, this book was so, so creepy from the very first page. The Last Harvest has a sort of modern Children of the Corn vibe to it that leaves the reader feeling so freaked out by situations that […]

Posted March 3, 2017
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Blog Tour: Snowbirds by Crissa-Jean Chappell

Blog Tour: Snowbirds by Crissa-Jean Chappell

Hi guys and welcome to our tour stop for Snowbirds. Go forth and read my review of this unique book and don’t forget to enter the giveaway. purchase links  Amazon | B&N review I hadn’t heard a thing about this book until I got the blog tour email from Hannah and before I even finished reading the synopsis, I knew I needed to be on this tour. I’ve been fascinated with both the Amish & Mennonite cultures for YEARS. Seriously […]

Posted January 19, 2017
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Book Review: The Infinity of You & Me by J.Q. Coyle

Book Review: The Infinity of You & Me by J.Q. Coyle

So I don’t talk about it enough, but I am absolutely obsessed with the multiverse idea. Every decision you make can branch off into a different reality. So there are different worlds with different outcomes. There’s a world where Obama decided to become a poet, for instance. I’m also kind of obsessed with quantum death and how you can’t perceive yourself dying, so if you were to, say, get in a car crash, you would always survive, just on a […]

Posted November 14, 2016
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Book Review: When We Collided by Emery Lord

Book Review: When We Collided by Emery Lord

Oh my gosh you guys, this book is probably my favorite book of Emery Lord’s. It was beautifully written, raw and un-apologetically honest. I don’t know much about Bipolar Disorder, but this book seemed to stay true to the difficult parts of the disorder. The majority of people I’ve talked to have said this book was very similar to what they have experienced. I didn’t think I was going to like Jonah to be totally honest. Not only because of […]

Posted November 9, 2016
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Book Review: Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo

Book Review: Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo

Say hello to what I’m sure is going to end up being my biggest surprise read of 2016. I had absolutely no hopes going in to Six of Crows because as you may know, I hated the Grisha trilogy. Haaate hate double hate. But I bought this anyway because oooh shiny and pretty black pages and peer pressure. So it was sitting on my shelf long enough for the sequel to come out and I decided to hell with it, […]

Posted October 27, 2016
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Book Review: With Malice by Eileen Cook

Book Review: With Malice by Eileen Cook

Yet another contemporary thriller cuts through my awful reading slump. I was hooked into With Malice from the jump. Something about Jill’s easy voice and the Amanda Knox vibes of the plot just kept me turning the pages when no other book has been able to do that for two months. So even though it wasn’t perfect, this book gets huge props from me. The story is consuming and easily-consumed. The first thing that really stood out to me as […]

Posted October 7, 2016
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Book Review: The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins

Book Review: The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins

I haven’t finished a book since mid-July, not counting one comic that I read toward the end of that month. To say the reading slump is epic would be an understatement. Which is why I’m saying that it’s sort of a miracle that I finished this book. Not that it was bad or boring, because it wasn’t at all, but because I just don’t finish books anymore. But I’m so happy I picked up The Girl on the Train after […]

Posted September 7, 2016
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