How to Make a Wish – Ashley Herring Blake (ARC Review)

I originally published this review in April 2017, but on July 21, realized that I had left a lot unsaid and decided to edit, polish, and repost my thoughts on this amazing book. “I thought that was how every girl saw other girls – this mix between beauty and awe and curiosity, a thin layer […]

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Girl Out of Water – Laura Silverman (ARC Review)

There are some unmarked spoilers, but it’s not really the kind of book where anything is a “twist”, so… continue at your own discretion? I honestly tried to salvage my thoughts into something USEFUL, but this review would be better described as a rant. If you’re the type of GR user who loves salty tangents, please […]

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The Wood – Chelsea Bobulski (ARC Review)

“Dad tells me the wood is not a place to play. It is a place for business, and it is more powerful than I could ever imagine. He tells me I cannot forget the rules of the wood. There are three. Do not travel from the paths. Do not linger after dark. Do not ignore […]

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Final Girls – Riley Sager (ARC Review)

“We were, for whatever reason, the lucky ones who survived when no one else had. Pretty girls covered in blood. As such, we were each in turn treated like something rare and exotic. A beautiful bird that spreads its bright wings only once a decade.” Let me start this review by saying that I wanted to love […]

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Book Beginnings: The Wood

* Book Beginnings is a meme hosted by Rose City Reader, where every Friday, bloggers post the first sentence (or few sentences) of their current read, as well as their first impressions of the book! * This week, I’ll be highlighting one of my current reads, The Wood by Chelsea Bobulski. Dad tells me the wood is […]

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Lost Boy – Christina Henry (ARC Review)

First of all, this book upset me in a way that most books are never capable of doing. I know a lot of reviewers who will immediately up their rating for a book if it hits them hard, because they consider it a sign of a talented author, and while I can understand that point of view, […]

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July TBR

Another month has come and gone, and we are officially in the second half of 2017! This month has my most ambitious TBR so far this year: 17 books! That includes 7 books for the Summer Flings Reading Challenge, 7 ARCs, 2 books for group reads, and 1 for fun. Summer Challenge:   1. The […]

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