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This Is All Your Fault, Cassie Parker

“This Is All Your Fault, Cassie Parker” by Terra Elan McVoy reminds me of the angst and drama that accompanies one’s journey through childhood. The giggly security of doing things with one’s best friend and the tragedy of trying to fit in i...

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Allegedly

“Allegedly” covers the court system and how African Americans are treated within it. It does a great job with this. However, it does also have a lot of issues, in my opinion. Within the first few pages we have the three quotes. "You'd think...

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The Poet's Dog

Patricia MacLachlan is a great author and I was excited to get this book of hers. The subject matter is wonderful. Children like to read about other children and most love animals too. This is a combination of the two. The setting involves...

5 Stars

Bounce

Guess what, it’s Endy Again! I have been on a roll with reading lately and “Bounce” was really good. What would it be like to get a new family each day? Would that family be better than the last? Would it be better than the one you were bor...

5 Stars

The Swap

Endy here with another review! I haven't been reading many middle grade books this year as I’m outgrowing them. But this one worked out really well for me. My mom told me about some older movies called Freaky Friday and well I really love t...

4 Stars

Spy to the Rescue - Bridget Wilder, #2

This was even better than book one. There is more action, more at stake, and more people that know Bridget's secret. I also enjoyed that the geek had such a big role in this book. That brings me to the gadgets. They were my favorite part of...

5 Stars

Spy-in-Training - Bridget Wilder, #1

This is a great story and series for young girls. I liked the way the author described what was going on. I could see the granola flakes in her hair. There is also common school issues in the book for readers to relate to, like popularity a...

4 Stars

Almost a Winner - Teddy Mars, #2

This is the second book about Teddy and his love of world records. As with the first book, this book has world records scattered throughout the book giving you interesting bits of information. And, though, the first book is referenced, you...

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Almost a World Record Breaker - Teddy Mars, #1

What a fun children’s book. The characters are all very different and unique. Each brings something special to this story from the main character, Teddy, who wants nothing more than to make it into the Guinness Book of World Records to his...

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Wishing Day - Book 1

I wanted to love this book so much! But the story was just all over the place. Nothing really seemed to have an order and the story was just so confusing because of it. “Wishing Day” started out so charming with a premise that sounded so cu...

3 Stars

Well of Witches - The Thickety, #3

This is the third but not final book in The Thickety series. It’s amazing! This book is just over 500 pages and well it was really good. If you loved the other books you will die hard love this one. For me it was the best in the series so f...

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Shallow Graves

What would you do if you woke up one night to a man digging you out of a grave? What if the evil inside him compelled you to drain him of his life force before you could comprehend what you were doing? If you are Breezy, a teenager whose li...

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The ThicketyThe Whispering Trees - The Thickety, #2

The Thickety picks up where book one left off! I will warn you this does not have a good solid story ending. You will get a CLIFFHANGER!!! And yes it will kill you. This was an amazing book two!!! I cannot believe that this was so good. It...

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PathFinder - TodHunter Moon, #1 / World of Septimus Heap

There comes a time when you read a series (like The Selection by Keira Cass & Harry Potter) and then that series ends and your life is over. When the last book came out of Septimus Heap, I read it. I think I was in a dark place for a little...

5 Stars

The Copernicus Legacy - The Serpent's Curse, #2

I love this book! I started The Copernicus Legacy as soon as I finished book one. It was 1am in the morning, but I had to go continue the series. I devoured both the first and second books. I can hardly wait to get the next one. The Coperni...

5 Stars

Dear Killer

I wrote this review right after taking 4 days to read Dear Killer. Which is really slow for me. And it will be 4 days that I will never get back. I wish I could tell you that I loved this book. But, then that would be a lie. I did love it t...

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Terror Cove - Gravediggers 2

The setting for the book starts with 12 year old Zombie slayers Ian, Kendra and PJ. We are no longer in the mountains of Montana but headed for Puerto Rico, hot and sweaty Puerto Rico. They are on a vacation from Zombie hunting. They hear a...

3 Stars