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Which way did he go George? Which way did he go?

Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck was a very quick and read and I certainly can see why it’s a classic. The book is about two migrant workers, George and Lenny. Lenny is by todays standards a special needs … Continue reading

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City of Bones

I finally got around to reading this book in this popular YA series. I really enjoyed it but, can’t say it was so great that everyone should read it. Much better than Twilight for sure! So our protagonist, Clary, soon … Continue reading

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Divergent Series

I finally finished the series this summer. So I love YA novels and I love dystopias so the Divergent series is just perfect. The first book, Divergent will really blow you out of the water! I’m sure at this point … Continue reading

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Big Brother is Watching You

1984 by George Orwell is considered a classic for a reason. What makes this book scary is knowing that there is a lot of truth in this. Imagine a world where everything you do is recorded by the government…oh wait … Continue reading

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There are two sides to every story

I’ve read many books this summer and I think this one was my favorite.  Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn begins with the disappearance of Nick’s wife Amy on their 5 year anniversary. Nick is telling most of the story and … Continue reading

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Fairy Tale meets Science Fiction

Take your favorite fairy tales and smash it together with science fiction and you’ve got the Lunar Chronicles. Cinder is a lonely cyborg loathed by her stepmother and stepsister because she is cyborg. She is forced to volunteer as a … Continue reading

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The Book Thief

Death has taken many souls, but one stood out above the others.  The story is about a young, adopted,  German girl living in Nazi Germany during WWII. She begins to steal books and doesn’t even know how to read or write. … Continue reading

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