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The Emerald Atlas - Books of Beginning

I have mixed feelings about The Emerald Atlas . It was exciting and funny and interesting, the  characters were real enough and personal enough to slip into and to understand, and the plot was very engaging and surprising. However, it...



Addy isn't satisfied in her world, with her life, with the mean girls from school always telling her that she's worthless. She wants to be free, be respected, and not have to work for her food every night. She knows she's better than what s...

5 Stars

Lips Touch : Three Times

Three stories. Three kisses, all with horrible—or wonderful?—consequences. Goblins hunt girls who long for what they don't have. The most beautiful voice can't be heard, even by a lover, or all who hear it will die. A young girl...

5 Stars

Seth Baumgartner's Love Manifesto

Seth hasn’t had such a great love life in the past few weeks. His girlfriend dumped him, he saw his father with another woman, and he’s having some friendship problems with his best friend… add to that the fact that his f...

4 Stars


Rating: DNF Dust was a great idea, had great potential for a plot, and had great characters. But all I was reading were run-on sentences, fragments, and comma splices. Although I understand that writing novels allows for more creativity and...

2 Stars

Early to Death, Early to Rise - Madison Avery, Book 2

(No summary, to keep the review spoiler free) I greatly enjoyed Once Dead Twice Shy , and it’s sequel was not a disappointment. The story was great, the plot moved quickly, the emotions (of a dead highschooler) were intense. I love Ma...


Once Dead, Twice Shy - Madison Avery, Book 1

Madison Avery doesn't believe in fate—until a combination of fate and free will brings her to live with her dad (which her mom thinks is a good thing for her since she can't stay out of trouble at home), gets her a pity-date ("yo...

4 Stars

Dearest Cousin Jane - A Jane Austen Novel

Rating: DNF Dearest Cousin Jane is not about Jane Austen or a re-write of one of her novels, but rather about her extended family. It sounded interesting. If I'd gotten to the halfway mark, I may have found it interesting. However, I c...


A Catch in Time

In one moment a global blackout occurs, and six billion humans become unconscious. During a brief yet seemingly eternal three-minute sequence, a series of catastrophic events occurs, and minds collide with truths hidden beyond the phys...

3 Stars