Tag Archives: book lover

Proxy.

You know how sometimes you have 1.7 million books on your TBR list but then someone comes along and recommends a book you’ve never heard of and you just drop everything and read it?? That happened to me with Proxy. It’s … Continue reading

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In which Allegiant and I have a heart to heart, attempt to heal those wounds and hug it out.

Dear Allegiant, You broke my heart, and not in a satisfying “I need my blankie and some ice cream” way…You sent me into an absolute tailspin searching for another story to heal the wounds you inflicted and restore my faith in … Continue reading

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Divergent.

Divergent. *sigh* Divergent how I love thee. You broke my heart a bit at the end it’s true, but I still love you. First off let me tell you that after much discussion: Beside an outdoor fireplace in the mountains of … Continue reading

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Top Ten Tuesday.

Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted  by The Broke and the Bookish. This week’s theme is Top Ten Popular Authors I’ve Never Read. I love reading these  lists on all the blogs every week and this particular Tuesday has been less than awesome thus … Continue reading

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Champion.

What a lovely end to a beautiful story. Can I just say how utterly relieved I was?? After the frustrating mess that was the middle of Allegiant ( a book that was only saved for me by the heartbreaking study … Continue reading

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Red Rising

This one is still haunting me. Quite honestly I’m still not sure how I feel about Red Rising but the story seems to have stuck itself to the inside of my skull a little like peanut butter  (I don’t always … Continue reading

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Legend

I loved this book. Really and truly LOVED it. Did I use the word “love”?? Oh. I’m sorry. I meant L.O.V.E. It was just one of those books that made me want to crawl into the pages of the story, … Continue reading

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In Defense of Ron and Hermione (Or: letting go of your story)

I have SO much respect for JK Rowling. I can not even describe what the Harry Potter  books meant to me and, obviously, millions of others. They spanned generations and bridged cultures. Whole families waited gladly in endless lines dressed … Continue reading

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