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#BookReview Artie and the Wolf Moon by Olivia Stephens

Artie and the Wolf Moon by Olivia Stephens is one of the best graphic novels I've read in years... And I think you all should hear about it! I love a good graphic novel, and this book really did it for me! The fantasy and family mix was a very nice flip on the typical… Continue reading #BookReview Artie and the Wolf Moon by Olivia Stephens

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#BookReview The Cemetery Boys by Z Brewer

Z Brewer has always been one of my faves. Back in my high school days I binged Vladimir Todd over and over. I distinctly remember going to Borders (RIP Borders) and requesting a great YA read that would keep me hooked. They presented me with Vladimir Todd and instantly I was in love. Z Brewer's… Continue reading #BookReview The Cemetery Boys by Z Brewer

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#BookReview Tamora Carter: Goblin Queen by Jim C. Hines

If you're seeking a fun, fantasy book aimed at middle graders then this book is absolutely perfect! Tamora Carter: Goblin Queen is an eccentric, delightful and over the top book that brought my worlds of joy! Our lead, Tamora Carter, is a roller derbying girl with lots of sass. Her friend goes missing and she's… Continue reading #BookReview Tamora Carter: Goblin Queen by Jim C. Hines

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#BookReview Lost Boy by Shelley Hrdlitschka

Lost Boy by Shelley Hrdlitschka is a unique read that will take you away to a whole new culture. I was unsure how I would feel about this book, and honestly I'm still a little confused. Jon left a polygamous community to try to find a life of his own. He doesn't believe in the… Continue reading #BookReview Lost Boy by Shelley Hrdlitschka

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#BookReview Sadie by Courtney Summers

Sadie is an intense YA thriller by Courtney Summers. This book is unique, let me tell ya! It's from two point of views: a podcaster in the form of a script for said podcast and Sadie, the missing teenage girl. Things get pretty wild: Mattie, Sadie's little sister, was brutally murdered. You need to understand… Continue reading #BookReview Sadie by Courtney Summers

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#BookReview Bunnicula by James & Deborah Howe

Happy Spooky Month! This is my favourite time of year, so it's time to share some of my fave spooky reads! This particular book is a personal fave from my youth. Enjoy!   Back in the day, Bunnicula was THE book to read in elementary school. The class clambered to the front of the classroom… Continue reading #BookReview Bunnicula by James & Deborah Howe

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#BookReview Smile by Raina Telgemeier

Smile by Raina Telgemeier is a story that totally connected with me in ways other books couldn't. Raina's story echoes a lot of my own, and it made me feel all warm and fuzzy inside to see a story like this get shared. Many kids will face dental issues and bullying, so a book like… Continue reading #BookReview Smile by Raina Telgemeier

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#BookReview Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas

I have been eying Throne of Glass for YEARS. Quite literally, since this book has come out I've been wary to touch it. It's so well hyped and sometimes that hype doesn't live up to all of it's praise. Not too long ago, I came across this book at a local discount store and I… Continue reading #BookReview Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas

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#BookReview Hart & Soul #1: Kill The Story by Jahnna N. Malcolm

Oh man! I got so excited when I hit the jackpot and found a lot of books from my childhood at a local book sale. I found the first four books in this series and scooped them up instantly. I remember always wanting to read these from the library but I always maxed out the… Continue reading #BookReview Hart & Soul #1: Kill The Story by Jahnna N. Malcolm

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#BookReview The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas

The Hate U Give is a powerful and moving novel, that is an essential read (in my humble opinion). YA is powerful. It used to just be my escape from the world, back when I was in high school. I was lifted away to fantastical realms where the girls were in love triangles and were… Continue reading #BookReview The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas