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Reunited by S.J. Pajonas – Review

Reunited by S.J. Pajonas – Review

***NOTE: This review is for the third book in a series and may contain spoilers for the first two books. Click here to read my review of Removed and here to read my review of Released.*** Reunited is the third book in Pajonas’s unique dystopian Nojiku series, and it is, without a doubt, the best installment so far! This book is a complete game changer for the series – Sanaa and the others have finally reached Yusei, but it’s nothing like they […]

Posted April 13, 2015 in Reviews / 4 Comments
Released by S.J. Pajonas – Review

Released by S.J. Pajonas – Review

***NOTE: This review is for the second book in a series and may contain spoilers for Removed, the first book. Click here to read my review of Removed.*** Released is the second book in Pajonas’s unique dystopian Nojiku series. I’ve been loving this series, especially because it’s based on Japanese culture, which I’ve found incredibly interesting. I was happy to see that this second book lives up to the first! This book picks up right where Removed […]

Posted April 2, 2015 in Reviews / 8 Comments
5 Star Review – Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary

5 Star Review – Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary

***NOTE: This review may contain spoilers for the first ten editions of this book.*** I know what you’re thinking.  This edition was released in 2003. What took me so long to review it? I know, you’re totally right. I have to confess that I’ve had this book sitting on my shelf for quite some time and while I’ve occasionally rifled through it and read bits and pieces, I’ve just never been able to work up to […]

Posted April 1, 2014 in April Fools, Reviews / 13 Comments
5 Star Review – The Boys of Summer by C.J. Duggan

5 Star Review – The Boys of Summer by C.J. Duggan

There was something completely wonderful and irresistible about The Boys of Summer.  It was the type of book that made me remember young love – sometimes fondly and sometimes with a slight cringe.  🙂 The synopsis explains to book pretty well, so I’ll get right to my review. The negatives: Lack of communication.  If you read my reviews often, you know that one of my pet peeves is when a couple has problems based solely […]

Posted January 15, 2014 in All-Time Favorites, Reviews / 5 Comments
5 Star Review – The Prophecy by Erin Albert Rhew

5 Star Review – The Prophecy by Erin Albert Rhew

The Prophecy is an exciting new YA fantasy novel.  It’s a fantastic hidden gem that I’m hoping lots of people will find – because it definitely deserves an audience!   Layla has lived her life hiding her eyes – purple eyes that mean she could be The Fulfillment, the girl who is prophesied to bring peace to the warring Ethereals and Vanguards.  Between the Vanguards’ incredible strength and the Ethereals’ uncanny ability to control minds, trust […]

Posted December 30, 2013 in Reviews / 0 Comments
Review – Bloodmark by Aurora Whittet

Review – Bloodmark by Aurora Whittet

Bloodmark was a little difficult for me to rate because I thought it started out really promising, then it lost me for a bit in the middle, and then picked up again at the end. The story centers around Ashling, a werewolf princess who is struggling to escape the suffocating traditions of her immortal (and therefore, very old-fashioned) father. Still, even a life with a man she doesn’t love might be preferable to being hunted […]

Posted December 28, 2013 in Reviews / 1 Comment
Review – Sleepless by Tracey Ward

Review – Sleepless by Tracey Ward

Sleepless was such an incredibly enjoyable book!  I was completely swept away by the romance between Alex and Nick and I thought that the concept for the story was really fresh and unique! The story follows 20-year-old Alex.  Alex has a problem.  She “Slips” in her sleep.  She often falls asleep, safe in her bed, and wakes up somewhere else – it could be anywhere.  While she’s learned coping mechanisms, Slipping is far from convenient.  Alex […]

Posted October 4, 2013 in Reviews / 2 Comments