Writing YA Book Reviews from a YA Point of View
A girl wakes up with no memory, watching a train hurdle towards her. She’s got a tattoo on her wrist, money in her bag and instructions to call an unknown number while dodging the police. All she knows is that she’s being hunted and she’ll have to find a way to clear the blocks in her memory if she wants to survive.
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A girl wakes up with no memory, watching a train hurdle towards her. She’s got a tattoo on her wrist, money in her bag and instructions to call an unknown number while dodging the police. All she knows is that she’s being hunted and she’ll have to find a way to clear the blocks in her memory if she wants to survive.

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14 hours ago


When Cassie’s best friend Aisha disappears, all fingers are pointed at Ethan, Aisha’s boyfriend. Cassie knows that Ethan can’t be involved in her disappearance, juvenile delinquent or no. The only way to clear Ethan’s name is to find Aisha, and the only way to do that is to comb the mountains where she disappeared during the school hike. But these teens find more when they bargain for when they stumble across a decrepit house, with a different kind of horror awaiting them inside.

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When Cassie’s best friend Aisha disappears, all fingers are pointed at Ethan, Aisha’s boyfriend. Cassie knows that Ethan can’t be involved in her disappearance, juvenile delinquent or no. The only way to clear Ethan’s name is to find Aisha, and the only way to do that is to comb the mountains where she disappeared during the school hike. But these teens find more when they bargain for when they stumble across a decrepit house, with a different kind of horror awaiting them inside.

Click on the image to read Michelle’s review for Dollhouse by Anya Allyn.

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1 week ago
Sam McKenna is incapable of turning down a dare. Especially not when it’s the last one her brother will ever give her. So she packs up and hauls herself over to a prestigious military school, becoming one of the first girls to join the ranks. She’s a military brat so she’s expecting long grueling hours of rigorous training. What she didn’t expect was the hostility towards her, the brutal hazing and the taunting coming from some of the cadets who think that girls don’t belong in military school. Add to that her startling attraction to her drill sergeant and uncovering a secret society determined to force her out, Sam isn’t sure who to trust and she’s got to make it through the year.
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Sam McKenna is incapable of turning down a dare. Especially not when it’s the last one her brother will ever give her. So she packs up and hauls herself over to a prestigious military school, becoming one of the first girls to join the ranks. She’s a military brat so she’s expecting long grueling hours of rigorous training. What she didn’t expect was the hostility towards her, the brutal hazing and the taunting coming from some of the cadets who think that girls don’t belong in military school. Add to that her startling attraction to her drill sergeant and uncovering a secret society determined to force her out, Sam isn’t sure who to trust and she’s got to make it through the year.

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1 week ago
Davis is a ballerina. Genetically enhanced since birth like all Priors are, she’s smarter, stronger and basically just better than the Imperfects. Or Imps as they’re called. She’s about to qualify for the Olympiads and nothing will stop her from becoming a renowned ballerina like her mother. Until she meets Cole. Unbeknownst to her, Cole has another reason for bumping into her one night at a party - to sabotage her father’s campaign through Davis. They never expected to fall for each other. Never expected to unveil secrets that the government is desperate to hide.
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Davis is a ballerina. Genetically enhanced since birth like all Priors are, she’s smarter, stronger and basically just better than the Imperfects. Or Imps as they’re called. She’s about to qualify for the Olympiads and nothing will stop her from becoming a renowned ballerina like her mother. Until she meets Cole. Unbeknownst to her, Cole has another reason for bumping into her one night at a party - to sabotage her father’s campaign through Davis. They never expected to fall for each other. Never expected to unveil secrets that the government is desperate to hide.

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2 weeks ago

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booksandhotchocolate:

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I would have tripped him lol

NOOOOOO!

I would have ran and tackled him to the ground.

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2 weeks ago

Reblog if you’ve actually SEEN the movie “The Aristocats”

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Let’s see who’s over 18

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2 weeks ago
4 stars to Erica Crouch’s Madly, Deeply - a heart-wrenching retelling of Poe’s Annabel Lee.
Check out the review by clicking on the link.

4 stars to Erica Crouch’s Madly, Deeply - a heart-wrenching retelling of Poe’s Annabel Lee.

Check out the review by clicking on the link.

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2 weeks ago
Lia flees on her wedding day with a bundle of stolen documents and her maid. She doesn’t want to have any part in the arranged marriage she’s forced into and throws duty aside in favor of her freedom. But Lia never really thought of the consequences that would surely follow her shunning of an arranged marriage with a possible political ally and she’s going to have to man up and figure out how to fix the mess she’s created. Runaway princesses, assassins, princes and a war that’s just waiting to happen.
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Lia flees on her wedding day with a bundle of stolen documents and her maid. She doesn’t want to have any part in the arranged marriage she’s forced into and throws duty aside in favor of her freedom. But Lia never really thought of the consequences that would surely follow her shunning of an arranged marriage with a possible political ally and she’s going to have to man up and figure out how to fix the mess she’s created. Runaway princesses, assassins, princes and a war that’s just waiting to happen.

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3 weeks ago
Never in Natalie Jamison’s wildest dreams did she ever imagine she’d be going back to the tiny town she grew up in. And just when she thought she left high school behind, it seems that her old clique is still in town, and one of them in particular, is just as awful as she was back in the day. Jack Moreland, however, is on his way to the stars. But his heart? Just as shattered as Natalie left it. When a chance meeting reunites the two old flames, Natalie must decide whether she’ll let other people’s opinions trump her own feelings.
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Never in Natalie Jamison’s wildest dreams did she ever imagine she’d be going back to the tiny town she grew up in. And just when she thought she left high school behind, it seems that her old clique is still in town, and one of them in particular, is just as awful as she was back in the day. Jack Moreland, however, is on his way to the stars. But his heart? Just as shattered as Natalie left it. When a chance meeting reunites the two old flames, Natalie must decide whether she’ll let other people’s opinions trump her own feelings.

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Posted
4 weeks ago
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