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Day 10: Book That Changed You Life

When I was a kid, my mom read to me a lot. From picture books to chapter books, my first exposure to reading was definitely through her. I don’t remember exactly when I got hooked on reading for mysel...

SPOILERY GOODNESS: Cassandra Clare’s Clockwork Prince and the Jem/Will Situation

Recently, I reviewed Cassandra Clare’s newest novel Clockwork Prince. (Read that review here). But as I mentioned in the review, I didn’t want to go into too much detail on certain aspects...

30 Day Book Challenge – Day Four: A Guilty Pleasure Book

I have returned from the horrible world of University Essay Land! I should have thought more about starting one of these 30 Day Book Challenges right before the beginning of Essay Season, but I guess ...

Day 9: Book That Made You Ill

What an ambiguous topic. What does that even mean? I have yet to encounter a book so bad it makes me throw my guts up upon contact, but I am sure there is one out there. I dread the day I find that bo...

Day 8: A Book That Scared You

He poisons their dog, tries to sniper their son, loosens the bolts on their tires, and somehow manages to stay outside the law. I am not a fan of scary things. I dislike scary movies, and generally do...

30 Day Book Challenge – Day Three: Your Favourite Series

This question is a hard one for me to answer. It’s impossible for me to settle on a single series because I keep coming up with other series’ that I like. So instead of talking about one t...

Day 7: A Book You Can Quote

The society was also fairly corrupt, if memory serves. I remember hallucinogenic drugs, and of course, there was a basilisk thrown in there, maybe meant to destroy the world? I have a very small memor...

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