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Dear John Green, Please Be My Best Friend

I don’t know if y’all know this, but I’m a bit of a Nerdfighter. I especially love John Green’s books. ALL OF THEM. The title plea is indeed a genuine request (although in the event that I did meet John … Continue reading

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Why I Won’t Buy an E-reader

I have nothing against e-readers. Nothing at all. They can be very lovely. However, I will not buy one for myself. My reasoning is a bit complex and multi-faceted. 1) I have an iPhone, and can download most e-readers as … Continue reading

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“I don’t want to be nine years old forever.”

Cat’s Eye Margaret Atwood (1988) *NOTE: This review probably contains some spoilers. Read the book. Please.* I read this book on recommendation from another book blog, the Insatiable Booksluts (do I follow partially because of the name? Yes). Their review … Continue reading

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My Favorite Book Ever?

Hey, guys. So, um, Madeleine L’engle’s A Wrinkle in Time has been on my mind lately for a few reasons. 1) I was asked on a lit class application to name my favorite book of all time. I don’t have … Continue reading

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And Now I Share My Thoughts on Popular YA Fiction

I try not to give reviews on things EVERYONE is talking about. But I feel the need to get one thing out of the way: Twilight. Okay, two things: Twilight and The Hunger Games. Hey, I’ll admit it: I went … Continue reading

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A “Wicked Stepmother” of the Book World

If I Have a Wicked Stepmother, Where’s My Prince? Melissa Kantor I love Melissa Kantor. She’s one of my favourite YA authors. Some of her novels, like Girlfriend Material and Confessions of a Not It Girl, don’t even sit on … Continue reading

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Falling in Love is “forever…”

Forever… by Judy Blume I LOVE this book. It’s possibly one of my favourite novels of all time. Judy Blume is a GENIUS. The novel depicts the relationship between Katherine and Michael, two high school seniors who are in a … Continue reading

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