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The Liar – ARC Review

I'm just going to start off right away that I couldn't get into this one, so I didn't finish it.  It wasn't worth trying to push through. I read the first few chapters, but I couldn't make myself go any further.  It felt like a chore The book does seem interesting; a 17-year-old ice cream… Continue reading The Liar – ARC Review

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Click’d – Review

Click'd is a middle grade novel about friendship and never giving up toward your goals. This was a fun book to read.  I loved the concept of having not just kids/preteens coding to help the word, but focusing on a girl coder.  Allie comes up with a game to help people make friends with similar… Continue reading Click’d – Review

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Aliens from Arapholanx: the Birth of a Rebellion – Review

Aliens from Arapholanx took me on an adventure in the Earth's underground!  I really felt like I was on Patrick's adventure alongside him and his comrades.  And although Patrick is the main character of the story, you get to see what goes on in other places from time to time, which really helps to understand… Continue reading Aliens from Arapholanx: the Birth of a Rebellion – Review

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The Field Guide to the North American Teenager – Review

I can't remember the last time I laughed out loud so much while reading a book! I loved Norris' brand of sarcastic humor, and he's not afraid to direct it at himself either. He's so snarky and I just loved his entire demeanor (granted, I'm a very sarcastic person, so Norris felt like my long-lost brother). … Continue reading The Field Guide to the North American Teenager – Review