Review: The Sacred Lies of Minnow Bly by Stephanie Oakes

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I love books that are difficult to group into a genre, so it’s little wonder that I enjoyed The Sacred Lies of Minnow Bly. In a publishing landscape filled with quirky teens, fantasy world or dystopic wasteland, this book stands apart in its unique setting and dark psychological streak. Forget about Snow White or Cinderella […]

Review: Ruthless by Carolyn Lee Adams – Woods + Psycho on the loose = TERROR

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Yup, this book was amazing, guys. (and seriously, watch the video – I did another reenactment there!) A summary of why the book’s awesome: – It’s atmospheric. Guaranteed to put you on your toes. I mean, a psycho’s out there; you can’t let your guard down now, can you?! – It’s character-driven and plot-driven at […]

Review + PH Giveaway: Vanishing Girls by Lauren Oliver

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THIS BOOK MADE ME CRY. GOSH DARN IT, ONION-CUTTING NINJAS! You’re probably wondering, “Whoa, is this actually a contemporary drama or something?” Well, it’s not, my dear friends – it’s a psychological suspense thriller about two sisters who drifted apart after a car accident; a story of regret, bitterness, and ultimately, forgiveness. This is an […]

ARC Review: Challenger Deep by Neal Shusterman

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It would seem that 2015 is the year of all the fantastic books because here I am, finding yet another favorite. This book is gorgeously, frightengly written and it will find a way to creep inside your heart and hold it hostage. I make this book sound scary and believe me, it is. I don’t […]

Review: The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin

review   I have been putting of reading this book for years. Claims that this book’s similar to Hush, Hush was the main reason why I was dreading this novel. My ratings for both books are similar, but I can’t exactly say that they’re similar.

ARC Review + PH Giveaway: Dangerous Boys by Abigail Haas

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Upon finishing this book, I begged for mercy. Why mercy, you ask? Because Dangerous Boys made me uneasy and scared. It made me anticipate, and dread, and look forward to what else will happen to our cast of complex characters. It would build up the momentum, tease me, let go, and then tease me again. It was […]