Nyxia. Scott Reintgen. Young Adult/Sci-fi. 2017. 384 pages. 4 stars.
Untold riches await, whether you crave a space adventure, yearn to compete against worthy competitors who will hone your skills to a sharp edge, or seek a connection with people you’ll never forget. Shall we begin this journey together?
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The Big F. Maggie Ann Martin. Young Adult/Contemporary. 2017. 304 pages. 4.5 stars.
I make my own happiness, and for me, my happiness is sharing love and support with those around me.
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July was full of ARCS and some rereads when I hit a book slump while in the middle of a book. Given that it’s my last month before school resumes, I quickly remedied that!
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The Rules of Persuasion. Amity Hope. Young Adult/Contemporary. 2017. 264 pages. 1.5 stars.
The rules were simple enough:
Take things slow (her rule)
Make it believable (my rule)
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Dividing Eden. Joelle Charbonneau. Young adult/Fantasy. 2017. 336 pages. 5 stars.
She needed him now. She’d trusted he would be here for her so they could grieve together and so he could help her as she had just helped him. And he had chosen to be with someone else.
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One of Us is Lying. Karen M. McManus. Young adult/Mystery. 370 pages. 2017. 4 stars.
“Things’ll get worse before they get better.”
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Paper Princess. Erin Watt. New Adult/Contemporary/Romance. 370 pages. 2016. 4 stars.
“You may have lost your family, but you’re not alone anymore, Ella. You’re a Royal now.”
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The Hating Game. Sally Thorne. Romance/Adult/Contemporary. 384 pages. 2016. 5 stars.
“The trick is to find that one person who can give it back as good as they can take it.”
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The Winner’s Crime. Marie Rutkoski. Fantasy/Young adult/Romance. 2015. 416 pages. 5 stars.
“If you won’t be my friend, you’ll regret being my enemy.”
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