Summer Biannual Bibliothon TBR

Summer Biannual Bibliothon TBR

The Summer Biannual Bibliothon has started and I plan on taking part. I did participate in the Winter Bibliothon and like the reading challenges and taking the time to read more than I normally would. I really hope I can get through all the six book I have on my TBR.

1. Read the group book.

The group book is Flame in the Mist by Renee Ahdeih. I don’t own this book and don’t really plan on reading it this week because I don’t want to go out and buy and I am on my library’s waiting list but am sure I won’t be able to check it out in time. Oh well. Continue reading “Summer Biannual Bibliothon TBR”

September Book Haul

September Book Haul

In September I made up for not buying many books in August by buying 15 books. I was not planning on buying any books again in September but then BookOutlet sent me an email informing me that Half Lost is now in stock and I had to snatch it up before they were all gone. So naturally I decided I might as well pick up a few more while I was at it. Continue reading “September Book Haul”

Since You’ve Been Gone by Morgan Matson

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Since You’ve Been Gone by Morgan Matson

Published by Simon & Schuster

Published on May 6th 2014

449 Pages

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This was a nice easy breezy contemporary book, which was just what I was looking for in a book to read on my summer vacation. I like it I thought that I was going to love it more than I did but I am OK with that. Continue reading “Since You’ve Been Gone by Morgan Matson”

The Archived Book Review

The Archived Book Review

The Archivved Book review

 

The Archived by Victoria Schwab

Published by: Hyperion

Published on January 22, 2013

321 Pages

Genre: young adult, fantasy

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Summary

Mackenzie Bishop, has a secret life, she is a Keeper of the dead. The dead ae kept in the archive to preserve their memories and sometimes the dead awake and escape to a place called the narrows. It is up to Mackenzie and others like her to return them to the archive before they escape into the outer work (our world). Continue reading “The Archived Book Review”

June Book Haul

June Book Haul

June Book Haul

I was trying not to buy that many books this month but I did end up buying 12 books. Oops. What’s a girl to do when there are so many great books out there that I just feel like I should own them all. Although I really have no where to put them all.

I will link the title to goodreads if you wish to know more about the book and also link for purchase if you want to know the price or wish to purchase.

Book Outlet was having another 15% off sale I wasn’t planning on purchasing but I am weak and couldn’t resist and ended up buying 6 books from the sale. Continue reading “June Book Haul”

The Little Paris Bookshop Book Review

 

The Little Paris Bookshop Review

 

The Little Paris Bookshop by Nina George

Published by Broadway Books

Published on March 22, 2016 (first published 2013)

416 Pages

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Summary

When Catherine, a new tenant moves into the building of Jean Perdu without any belongings, he charitably donates her a table and in doing so dredges up a past ghost, Manon. Jean’s great love from 20 years before, in order to make peace with the past he makes a personal journey down the Seine, in his book barge. Along, the way he meets some interesting characters that join him on his journey.

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Burned by Ellen Hopkins Book Review

Burned by Ellen Hopkins Book Review

Burned by Ellen Hopkins Book Review

 

 

Burned by Ellen Hopkins

Published by: Margaret K. McElderry Books

Published on: September 10, 2013 (originally published on March 28, 2006)

531 Pages

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Poetically beautiful. I just adore Ellen Hopkins writing and she takes you on an emotional journey with this story. I wanted to cry, scream and in anger throw the book across the room, it just makes you feel so many emotions. Continue reading “Burned by Ellen Hopkins Book Review”