We Were Liars by E. Lockhart – A Review

 I am dying over here.  Figuratively dying.  I got in a little over my head with my reading - I was trying to read 5 books at a time to keep up with my reviews.  My fault - I got stressed = massive headache.  So I cut out a few books.  This is the latest … Continue reading We Were Liars by E. Lockhart – A Review

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Unwind (Unwind Dystology #1) by Neal Shusterman – A Review

 It's amazing how great minds think - alike, that is.  How cliché.  However, I'd like to think I have a great mind, muddled and confused though it may be, and I know there are many great minds out there; some of them are even friends of mine. Like my bloggy friend Michele, from Follow Me … Continue reading Unwind (Unwind Dystology #1) by Neal Shusterman – A Review

Eating Sarah by Jaret Martens – A Review

 This one is going to be a little different.  Okay, a lot different.  So hang on to your hats. Title:  Eating Sarah Author:  Jaret Martens Genre:  Teen Fiction, Horror, Suspense/Thriller Synopsis:  Ever since Sarah was young, all she could dream about was participating in The Hunt -- a monthly event in which her people sneak … Continue reading Eating Sarah by Jaret Martens – A Review

Come, the Dark: Cordovae’s Journey by Rebecca Hamilton – A Review

 I'm taking a break from my latest read, so what better time to discuss a book?  Besides, SyFy is having a B-movie marathon, so I get the much needed "white noise" without all the distractions.  Although... Colin Ferguson is in the current one and he's pretty distracting. *stares at television* Dammit.  He just proved my … Continue reading Come, the Dark: Cordovae’s Journey by Rebecca Hamilton – A Review

The Fault In Our Stars by John Green – A Review

So I'm starting with a popular one.  You have to start somewhere...   Title:  The Fault In Our Stars Author:  John Green Genre: Teen Fiction, Lexile score 850 (what is this?)  Synopsis (on back cover):  Despite the tumor-shrinking medical miracle that has bought her a few years, Hazel has never been anything but terminal, her … Continue reading The Fault In Our Stars by John Green – A Review