Rape Girl by Alina Klein--Releases August 2012
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YA F KLEIN - Everyone thinks they know what happened between Valerie and Adam that night at the party, so they start calling her "Rape Girl" and many of her friends start to vanish. Will life ever return to normal? One thing is for sure : nothing will ever be the same.
Rape Girl, though almost frustratingly short, is not an easy read. I experienced the full breadth of my emotions - anger, frustration, hate, helplessness, sympathy, happiness, hope - in a little over an hour. Though it's definitely too short, leaving little room to become attached to the characters, I appreciated reading Rape Girl and the message it conveyed.
MG - Rape Girl is a YA novel that focuses on Rape Culture. It deals with some of the complexities after being raped, such having no one believing the victim, victim blaming, and being labelled with a "rape" identity. As it is a shorter and linguistically simpler, it is recommended for resistant readers. Reference: Klein, A. (2013). Review: Rape Girl by Alina Klein. Retrieved from http://www.bookishcomforts.com/2013/03/review-rape-girl-by-alina-klein.html.
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Cover Source: GoodReads.com Title: A Girl's Guide To Falling In Love With A Zombie Author: Richard Denney Series: Girl's Guide #1 Version Reviewed: ARC, eBook Website: http://www.youtube.com/user/RichardVLOGZZZ *I won this book in a giveaway* GoodReads Summary: Rebecca Willis is a 17 year old survivor of a zombie pandemic who’s still in love with her high school crush Lance Tanner, who just happens to be be a zombie. But when things begin to threaten her ties with Lance she must choose over saving her own life and the lives of her friends or saving her zombie. Review: This was a very short read. It took me a little bit before I decided to write a review because I'm honestly not sure how I feel about this book. I do think that it should have been longer, had a bit more of a backstory. It does actually take a moment to explain what has happened and this is one thing I do actually really like about the book, I just wished there was more. Between the zombie outbreak and the condition of the survivors, it was a different sort of take on this genre of material. The writing was decent as well. Definitely not the best I've seen, but definitely not the worst. Honestly, I would only recommend this book to someone that wants a quick zombie fix. Favorite Character: Ryan Rating: Two Stars. CODE WORD: ZOMBIE
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GONE GIRL by Gillian Flynn | Book Review | Refreshingly Riki
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400 pages in one weekend = a good book. Twisted and suspenseful. Goes a BIT too far in the end but still well worth reading.
Gone Girl is a thriller novel by American writer Gillian Flynn. Crown Publishing Group published the novel in June 2012 and it soon made the New York Times Best Seller list. The novel's principal suspense comes from uncertainty about the main character, Nick Dunne, and whether he is involved in the disappearance of his wife. The book is an example of the literary subgenre called Domestic Noir.
Gone Girl, by Gillian Flynn. A #pageturner #thriller. Flew threw this book in 2 days, only had to take breaks when my internal dialogue felt manipulated, a gut-wrenching feeling. Flynn so accurately, via a sociopath, perpetuates how we often classify women, relationships, etc. It is dark, funny, suspenseful... #goodread #bookworm #mustread #novel #books
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This book is a journey into the musings of a female psychopath. Gone Girl takes an in-depth look at toxic relationships, which every healthy woman should be able to identify whether with friends or lovers then sprint in the other direction. Its analysis of how society views women and how women perpetuate these views is also of merit. Its a total page-turner!
I've been sleep deprived over this one.... quite the page turner... excellent read!!
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Book Review: COLDEST GIRL IN COLDTOWN by Holly Black
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The Coldest Girl in Coldtown | Holly Black -- FIC BLA. YALSA's 2014 Best Fiction for Young Adults. How one very ordinary girl saved herself and so many others by showing mercy, being true to her humanity, and remembering that mistakes can make us instead of break us.
The Coldest Girl in Coldtown | Holly Black -- FIC BLA. YALSA's 2014 Best Fiction for Young Adults.
If you thought you’re tired of vampire books, think again. Holly Black puts a whole new spin on the myth and crafts a world full of vampires that is completely refreshing! “Tana lives in a world where walled cities called Coldtowns exist. In them, quarantined monsters and humans mingle in a decadently bloody mix of predator and prey. The only problem is, once you pass through Coldtown's gates, you can never leave”
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Goodreads Summary Tana lives in a world where walled cities called Coldtowns exist. In them, quarantined monsters and humans mingle in a decadently bloody mix of predator and prey. The only problem is, once you pass through Coldtown's gates, you can never leave. One morning, after a perfectly ordinary party, Tana wakes up surrounded by corpses. The only other survivors of this massacre are her exasperatingly endearing ex-boyfriend, infected and on the edge, and a mysterious boy burdened with a terrible secret. Shaken and determined, Tana enters a race against the clock to save the three of them the only way she knows how: by going straight to the wicked, opulent heart of Coldtown itself. My Thoughts I bought this book on a whim from BookOutlet (aka my place to buy the best kind of crack for cheap lol) and then saw Katytastic's "Favorite Stand Alone" video where she said that she loved this book. She suggested reading it even if you didn't love vampire books. I was all in after that. This book was so different than the books I usually read. I've never really read a vampire book before (Twilight doesn't count for many reasons) and wasn't sure if I would like this. I worried it would just be another pretty book on my shelf that I didn't love, but I was wrong. Holly Black created a world that so perfectly collided today's society and vampires. She understood that people would fear them and many would be so enamored with that they would want to be them. She understood that there would be both sides to the coin and many perspectives in between. Then she gives us characters like Tana who is so easy to connect with and yet...not. She is a typical high school girl, but she also enjoyed toying with her ex. She seemed to enjoy watching him suffer. An experience with a vampire at a young age changed her and made her darker; it made her interesting. Along the way she meets some interesting characters including Gavriel. He's an old vampire that often speaks in riddle and she wants desperately to be able to trust him. Basically I loved him. This book was dark, funny and beautiful. If you're a fan of young adult fiction than give this book a try. Plus it's a stand alone which seems rare in the young adult world these days. 1/2
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Jaycee and Rachel were best friends. But that was before... before that terrible night at the old house. Before Rachel shut Jaycee out. Before Jaycee chose Skyler over Rachel. Then Rachel is found dead. The police blame a growing gang problem in their small town, but Jaycee is sure it has to do with that night at the old house. Rachel’s text is the first clue—starting Jaycee on a search that leads to a shocking secret.
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Dead Girls Don’t Lie by Jennifer Shaw Wolf. Jaycee and Rachel were best friends until a terrible night when their friendship faltered and Rachel was found dead, but her last text message starts Jaycee on a search that may prove Rachel's death was no random crime. 11/19/13
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Dead Girls Don’t Lie by Jennifer Shaw Wolf. YA Mystery/Suspense. Jaycee & Rachel were best friends—until that terrible night at the old house. When Rachel is found dead, the police blame a growing gang problem in their small town, but Jaycee is sure it has to do with that night at the old house. Rachel’s text is the first clue—starting Jaycee on a search that leads to a shocking secret. Rachel’s death was no random crime, and Jaycee must figure out who to trust before she can expose the truth.
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Dead Girls Don't Lie by Jennifer Shaw Wolf Published Date: September 17th, 2013 Publisher: Walker Children's Genre: Young Adult, Mystery Edition: eBook, 352 paegs Source: Public Library BLURB: Rachel died at two a.m . . . Three hours after Skyler kissed me for the first time. Forty-five minutes after she sent me her last text. Jaycee and Rachel were best friends. But that was before. . .before that terrible night at the old house. Before Rachel shut Jaycee out. Before Jaycee chose Skyler over Rachel. Then Rachel is found dead. The police blame a growing gang problem in their small town, but Jaycee is sure it has to do with that night at the old house. Rachel’s text is the first clue—starting Jaycee on a search that leads to a shocking secret. Rachel’s death was no random crime, and Jaycee must figure out who to trust before she can expose the truth. In the follow-up to her powerful debut, Jennifer Shaw Wolf keeps readers on their toes in another dark, romantic story of murder and secrets. Review : Jaycee has been best friends with Rachel for years until they had a major falling out. The fall out leads to a break in their friendship, and its a break that seems unfix-able. Then Rachel is killed and Jaycee is stuck with tons of unanswered questions. The only answers she's getting are coming from the girl who's supposed to be dead, Rachel. For starters I was initially impressed with the plot. I love a good suspense and this one had all the makings of a good one but it gets kind of boring after a while. Its pretty difficult to hold a suspense/mystery story together and keep the reader intrigued. The author wants to leave a lot to the imagination for anticipation purposes and a lot of times it leaves a lot of pages that are just connection paragraphs, that are drawn out and are pretty boring. I think that's what happened here. The author obviously wanted to leave the suspense in tact but it kind of dragged for quite a bit and I almost lost interest in the book altogether. Its a good thing I let it ride out because it did get better. The story unravels nicely about halfway through and it more than made up for the lackluster first half. The story itself tackles some pretty interesting topics like gangs, racism, and faith. It combines contemporary with mystery. Shaw does a good job of melding the two. It's not overly exciting or thrilling but it is good. A cool read for the in between series time. Recommended for younger teens and readers who enjoy thrillers. VERDICT: BUY, BORROW, OR PASS? BORROW.
Dead Girls Don’t Lie by Jennifer Shaw Wolf At one time, Jaycee and Rachel were best friends, but that was before Rachel changed and began to push Jaycee away. Six months later, Rachel is mur…
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Dangerous Girls by Abigail Haas | 17 YA Novels That Are Definitely Morally Complicated When Anna takes a trip to Aruba with her boyfriend, Tate, and best friend, Elise, things take a turn for the worst when Elise is found brutally murdered
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I couldn't put this book down, and I absolutely love a good twist ending!
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Suicide Notes from Beautiful Girls, by Lynn Weingarten (released Jul 7, 2015). They say Delia burned herself to death in her stepfather's shed, but June does not believe it. June and Delia used to be closer than anything. Best friends in that way that comes before everyone else, but one night a year ago, everything changed when they and June's boyfriend Ryan let their good time get out of hand. Now, a year later, June owes it to Delia to know if her best friend committed suicide or was murde...
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YA F MANDANNA - Fifteen-year-old Eva is the clone of a girl living far, far away on another continent--and when this 'other' dies, Eva must step in and take over her life.
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The Lost Girl by Sangu Mandana...such a haunting book that deeply explores so many philosophical topics. I even love the character's name...Amara. :)) Also kind of travel lit if I remember correctly...India! YA needs more diversity like this!
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The lost girl - Sangu Mandana. Eva's life is not her own. She is a creation, an abomination—an echo. She was made by the Weavers as a copy of someone else, expected to replace a girl named Amarra, her "other," if she ever died. DYSTOPIAN & SCI-FI. FSP MAN
The Lost Girl by Sangu Mandana. Eva's life is not her own. She is a creation, an abomination—an echo. She was made by the Weavers as a copy of someone else, expected to replace a girl named Amarra, her "other," if she ever died. Eva spends every day studying that girl from far away, learning what Amarra does, what she eats, what it's like to kiss her boyfriend, Ray. So when Amarra is killed in a car crash, Eva should be ready.
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Book Review: INSURGENT
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Insurgent -- book by Veronica Roth....just finished this book a few nights ago and forgot to put it on my favorite books board. I love this book. It's sooo good :)
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Insurgent by Veronica Roth (Book #2 in the Divergent trilogy) - This is my favorite book of the trilogy, so the movie being totally different was extremely disappointing.. but it is an awesome book.
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War. Death. Loss. My last day of initiation. It should have been a celebration. It wasn't. War happened. Death happened. Loss happened. I am on the run. Running from my faction. A faction full of traitors. My name is Tris. Hi guys! Today, I'm Tris from Insurgent! Book: Insurgent Author Veronica Roth Book Series: Divergent Book Standing: Book 2 Setting: Chicago (dystopian) POV: First person, told by Tris Genre: YA dystopian Reading: re-read Favorite line: "You will never control me." Categories: book-turn-movie! Rating: 4 stars I know what you're all thinking: I'm a little late on the whole Divergent bandwagon. That's not true. Note that I categorized this as a re-read. Why? Well, that should be obvious. The movie came out. Which is the perfect excuse to crack open this book for a re-read. In the first book, Divergent, Tris evolved as a result of her struggle to find her identity: Dauntless, Abnegation, of Divergent. In Insurgent, her identity crisis is over. But now she has a new crisis to mull over, one that involves guilt and sacrifice. She's pushed to think about things she's never had to, like what it means to be a divergent running from someone who's desperate to hunt all the divergents down, all while trying to figure out to cope with the deaths of the people she loves. Not to mention how to avoid future deaths of people she loves. This book depicts Tris' emotional turmoil and the hardships she must endure while being in the middle of a war. I liked how in this book, we got a bigger taste of the other factions. In the first book, we were only restricted to learning about the Abnegation and the Dauntless factions. But in Insurgent, we get to see and explore all the other factions: Candor, Erudite, Amity, even the factionless. We're finally coming full circle. The serums. There's a serum per faction, which is super neat! Okay, maybe not Erudite, as they're the ones that sort of make the serums, but still. Pretty cool! We already know a little about the different serums, but in this book, we actually get to see how they play a role, and even experience what the characters go through under the influence of the serum. Simulation serum, truth serum, all that fun stuff... I'm going to keep this post short, because there happens to be a movie I'm heading off to see. The title of that movie? INSURGENT.
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Coraline by Neil Gaiman. I just finished it. Different to the movie. This surprised me, it wasn't as good as I thought it was. Now, I said it wasn't as good as I thought it would be, that doesn't mean it wasn't good. It's not as detailed or as scary as I hoped it would be. However, bare in mind, it is a children's novel. I enjoyed it though, nevertheless.
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Don't hate on the Twilight series. This is for young adult, teens and tweens, but I really enjoyed the entire series.
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The Twilight series by Stephanie Meyer - I don't think this one needs a comment. I dislike it for pretty much all the same reasons as everyone else who dislikes it.
Twilight is the 1st novel in the Twilight Saga by Stephanie Meyer. This young-adult vampire-romance novel introduces 17 year-old Isabella "Bella" Swan, who moves from Phoenix, Arizona to Forks, Washington and finds her life in danger when she falls in love with a vampire, Edward Cullen.
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Rainy Days and Pajamas Review: Nowhere But Here by Katie McGarry
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No-where but Here, by Katie McGarry (released May 26, 2015). Book one of Thunder Road series. When a reluctant visit turns into an extended summer vacation among relatives Emily never knew she had, one thing becomes clear: nothing is what it seems. Not the club, not her secret-keeping father and not Oz, a guy with suck-me-in blue eyes who can help her understand them both.
I'm such a huge Katie McGarry fan! I loved seeing into the lives of motorcycle clubs. Nowhere But Here (Thunder Road, #1)
Cover Reveal: Nowhere But Here (Thunder Road #1) by Katie McGarry -On sale May 26th 2015 by Harlequin Teen -Seventeen-year-old Emily likes her life the way it is: doting parents, good friends, good school in a safe neighborhood. Sure, she's curious about her biological father—the one who chose life in a motorcycle club, the Reign of Terror, over being a parent—but that doesn't mean she wants to be a part of his world.
Seventeen-year-old Emily likes her life the way it is: doting parents, good friends, good school in a safe neighbourhood. When a reluctant visit turns to an extended summer vacation among relatives she never knew she had, one thing becomes clear: nothing is what it seems. Not the club, not her secret-keeping father and not Oz, a guy with suck-me-in blue eyes who can help her understand them both. Published: May 26th 2015
Nowhere But Here (Thunder Road, #1 An unforgettable new series from acclaimed author Katie McGarry about taking risks, opening your heart and ending up in a place you never imagined possible. Seventeen-year-old Emily likes her life the way it is: doting parents, good friends, good school in a safe neighborhood. Sure, she's curious about her biological father—the one who chose life in a motorcycle club, the Reign of Terror, over being a parent—but that doesn't mean she wants to be a part of hi
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Nowhere But Here by Katie McGarry An unforgettable new series from acclaimed author Katie McGarry about taking risks, opening your heart and ending up in a place you never imagined possible. Seventeen-year-old Emily likes her life the way it is: doting parents, good friends, good school in a safe neighborhood. Sure, she's curious about her biological father—the one who chose life in a motorcycle club, the Reign of Terror, over being a parent—but that doesn't mean she wants to be a part of his world. But when a reluctant visit turns to an extended summer vacation among relatives she never knew she had, one thing becomes clear: nothing is what it seems. Not the club, not her secret-keeping father and not Oz, a guy with suck-me-in blue eyes who can help her understand them both. Oz wants one thing: to join the Reign of Terror. They're the good guys. They protect people. They're…family. And while Emily—the gorgeous and sheltered daughter of the club's most respected member—is in town, he's gonna prove it to her. So when her father asks him to keep her safe from a rival club with a score to settle, Oz knows it's his shot at his dream. What he doesn't count on is that Emily just might turn that dream upside down. No one wants them to be together. But sometimes the right person is the one you least expect, and the road you fear the most is the one that leads you home. Release Date May 26th
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YA F SCHUMACH - When four very different small-town Delaware high school girls are forced to join a mother-daughter book club over summer vacation, they end up learning about more than just the books they read.
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The Unbearable Book Club for Unsinkable Girls by Julie Schumacher After four very different small-town Delaware high-school girls are forced to join a mother-daughter book club over summer vacation, they end up learning about more than just the books they read.
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Funny and deep. In The Unbearable Book Club for Unsinkable Girls, Adrienne Haus is a member of a mother-daughter book club with 3 other girls that she barely knows.
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The Unbearable Book Club for Unsinkable Girls by Julie Schumacher. $11.98. Save 29% Off!. http://www.letrasdecanciones365.com/detailp/dpfno/0f3n8o5q7k37x7c3t4r.html. Publisher: Delacorte Books for Young Readers (May 8, 2012). Publication Date: May 8, 2012. Recommended for Ages 12 and up. 240 pages. I'm Adrienne Haus, survivor of a mother-daughter book club. Most of us didn't want to join. My mother signed me up because I was stuck at home all sum...
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The Unsinkable Book Club for Unsinkable Girls --- Julie Schumacher Symbiosis: I'm Adrienne Haus, survivor of a mother-daughter book club. Most of us didn't want to join. My mother signed me up because I was stuck at home all summer, with my knee in a brace. CeeCee's parents forced her to join after cancelling her Paris trip because she bashed up their car. The members of "The Unbearable Book Club," CeeCee, Jill, Wallis, and I, were all going into eleventh grade A.P. English. But we weren't friends. We were literary prisoners, sweating, reading classics, and hanging out at the pool. If you want to find out how membership in a book club can end up with a person being dead, you can probably look us up under mother-daughter literary catastrophe. Or open this book and read my essay, which I'll turn in when I go back to school. Rating: 3.5/5 Worlds Review: Wow. I just can't comprehend this book one bit. Adrienne: She seemed like such a nice girl, and seemed very real to me... and then I just got confused. Just because she hung out with CeeCee, apparently her life is SO bad, she succumbs to peer pressure. Yes she was nervous about doing it, but it just doesn't make sense to me. Like...she just DID it, especially after the first time she just went and did it again. Can I say WEIRD! An okay character. I can't say I hated her, because I did like her, I just think her real character got lost in what the author was trying to say. CeeCee: Please PLEASE help her. I personally think she's crazy. I liked her in the beginning, as her character seemed snotty-ish, and curious. She was rich. Personally I think that should have been her personality. But then she comes to Adrienne's house in the middle of the night, and I had a slight idea we would be such book buddies anymore. After that my liking for her, went down hill. Her personality became sort of rocker chick, popular girl, bad girl kinda thing. And then her kissing Adrienne, and bringing, what was it, rum with them to drink. Just.... Jeez. This girl is nuts. Anyway... she just freaked me out. Jill: Oh Jill, I actually liked her. But she wasn't included that much. WHY? I don't understand it was more about a book club, but yet CeeCee showed up more. Like Adrienne I understood, but I actually liked Jill and her character. Yeah, I can't say much, because she wasn't included much! And finally, Wallis: I didn't get it. I didn't understand her though. Just... No. In the end, I liked the book, although there was definitely some things I didn't like. The story is good, but I can't quite agree with the characters. Hmm... In a little weird world, Natasha
Next up on the United States of YA book tour Delaware represent by Julie Schumacher's The Unbearable Book Club for Unsinkable Girls. Let me just go ahead and throw out there that there must not be many YA books that take place in Delaware, because if this one was the top pick for the state then there must be some slim pickings. Adrienne Haus injured her knee and is unable to go on her planned camping trip for the summer. So her mother creates a mother daughter book club with mothers of other girls in her upcoming AP class. Let me start by saying that in theory this sounded like it could be a good book, but it totally missed the mark, in fact I think it went in the opposite direction of the mark. Adrienne's character has an extremely dull personality, and is easily talked into things she that she really doesn't want to do by one of the other girls, CeeCee. In fact in the beginning of the book CeeCee ask Adrienne what kind of girl she is, and even she can't come up with her whole personality. CeeCee's character is definitely pushy and snobbish, which did not make her likable. Jill was kind of a know it all, and also very pushy. Wallis seemed like the only character with potential. She basically invites herself to the book club, and her mother is never able to attend. She is very private about where she lives and having her picture taken. And after a strange encounter with a drunk Adrienne, you are really left wondering what is her deal. SPOILER ALERT: you are still wondering what her deal is at the end of the book. I really felt like that there was not really a cohesive plot to the book, and that it brought up way too may topics that author never really addressed to my satisfaction. Besides Wallis issues, I was left wondering what is the big secret about Adrienne's father, and what bad thing happened to Adrienne's mother at the beach many years ago. On top of all the the character and plot issues, the format of the book was a little off putting. It was suppose to be like Adrienne's English paper, so at the beginning of each character there was a definition to the components of story telling. Oh, and one more thing, that probably wouldn't bothered me so much if the rest of the book was good, the girls are suppose to be going into 11th grade, but somehow they are all 15. I don't know about Delaware, but most of the rest of the country starts their junior year of high school at 16. Currently Reading: Pretty Little Liars by Sara Shepard
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Rainy Days and Pajamas Review: Anna Dressed in Blood by Kendare Blake
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Im reading Anna Dressed In Blood right now! --------------------------------------------------------12 Creepy YA Books That Should Be Made Into Horror Movies | Blog | Epic Reads
Anna Dressed in Blood (Anna, Book 1); I loved this YA book. The hero is a bit weird, a teenage ghost hunter and assassin who finds a ghost he doesn't want to kill.
Loved, loved, loved this book. Review: http://whimsicalfic-ery.blogspot.com/2011/10/reading-rainbow-anna-dressed-in-blood.html
The first free audiobook is Anna Dressed in Blood, by Kendare Blake, narrated by August Ross. This is a 2011 Kirkus Best Teen Books of the Year title and one of NPR's Top 5 Young Adult Novels of 2011. As you can see, it's also on sale at Amazon, in preparation for the upcoming release of Girl of Nightmares, the next book in the same series, so if you think you'd prefer to read rather than listen (or do both), be sure to grab it now.
Anna Dressed in Blood by Kendare Blake (my favorite book of last year)
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Anna Dressed in Blood Author: Kendare Blake Pages: 320 Published: August 30th 2011 Publisher: Tor teen Source: I Read Banned Books Book Tours Rating: 5 Birds Cas Lowood has inherited an unusual vocation: He kills the dead. So did his father before him, until he was gruesomely murdered by a ghost he sought to kill. Now, armed with his father's mysterious and deadly athame, Cas travels the country with his kitchen-witch mother and their spirit-sniffing cat. Together they follow legends and local lore, trying to keep up with the murderous dead—keeping pesky things like the future and friends at bay. When they arrive in a new town in search of a ghost the locals call Anna Dressed in Blood, Cas doesn't expect anything outside of the ordinary: track, hunt, kill. What he finds instead is a girl entangled in curses and rage, a ghost like he's never faced before. She still wears the dress she wore on the day of her brutal murder in 1958: once white, now stained red and dripping with blood. Since her death, Anna has killed any and every person who has dared to step into the deserted Victorian she used to call home. But she, for whatever reason, spares Cas's life. Anna came to me by way of Jen Bigheart over at I Read Banned Books tours. I was really excited to get my hands on this, if even for a week – I mean LOOK at the cover – if that doesn’t pull you, well…nothing will! I love ghost stories, and Anna Dressed In Blood blew me away. Young adult ghost stories have always been ok for me, but never really had the full package deal, if you see what I mean. Anna however was a knock out. It kept me intrigued, scared the pants off me at a few points, kept me guessing and had just the right amount of gore for me. Anna is remarkably written, using myths, VooDoo and witchcraft to whip up the perfect plot line. Filling out the whole thing is an ass kicking, ghost slaying, sometimes angsty, Cas who has sharp as a tack wit and good looks to book (Hello, Windchester brothers?! Any Supernatural fans here?) Turly you get the full ghost story experience in this book. I do have to mention, before I go I any author that writes from the POV of the opposite sex is a hero in my book. I have a hard enough time writing a female teenager, and I’ve been one of those! Thanks Kendare LOVED the book, can’t wait to meet her next month in my home state for her book release party. We’re going with a full 5 Birds on this one. Can’t wait to read more in this series!
I want to read this!
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Must Read Book! Girls in White Dresses by Jennifer Close A story of three friends who feel like everyone they know is getting engaged or married. Sounds like a must-read for girls in their 20s
Girls in White Dresses / Jennifer Close ~ With a wry sense of humor, Jennifer Close expands on those thrilling, bewildering, what-am-I-going-to-do-with-my-life years of early adulthood.... Need to read!
If you haven't already, pick up a copy of Jennifer Close's, Girls in White Dresses. We'll be starting our weekly My Wine Club has a Book problem meetings soon!
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The Raven, 2012
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The Raven,starring John Cusack. What a great informative movie...Edgar Allan Poe had such a sad life.. He was so brilliant at what he did too..
The Raven,starring John Cusack as Edgar Allen Poe
If there's one actor who was made for the five favorite films quiz, it's John Cusack, the man who spent the better part of High Fidelity dispensing his own top five lists on matters of girls, relationships, and of course, records. Since Cusack is in town to promote The Raven -- a pulpy murder thriller in which he plays the Godfather of American Goth, Edgar Allan Poe -- he decided to run through his five favorite horror films. \
Thinly scripted, unevenly acted, and overall preposterous, The Raven disgraces the legacy of Edgar Allen Poe with a rote murder mystery that\'s more silly than scary.
Rainy Days and Pajamas: Review: Hereafter by Tara Hudson
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I Heart YA Fiction, Throwback Thursday YA Book Review: Hereafter by Tara Hudson TBT is a weekly blog meme featuring older books! Participate and link up!
Hereafter by Tara Hudson. $7.20. Author: Tara Hudson. Reading level: Ages 13 and up. 416 pages. Series - Hereafter. Publisher: HarperTeen (June 7, 2011)
Hereafter by Tara Hudson. $8.99. Author: Tara Hudson. Reading level: Ages 13 and up. Publication: May 8, 2012. Publisher: HarperTeen; Reprint edition (May 8, 2012)
Hereafter by Tara Hudson. $7.20. Series - Hereafter. Author: Tara Hudson. Publisher: HarperTeen (June 7, 2011). 416 pages. Reading level: Ages 13 and up
Hereafter by Tara Hudson. $7.20. Reading level: Ages 13 and up. 416 pages. Author: Tara Hudson. Series - Hereafter. Publisher: HarperTeen (June 7, 2011). Save 60% Off!
Hereafter by Tara Hudson. $7.20. Publisher: HarperTeen (June 7, 2011). Series - Hereafter. Reading level: Ages 13 and up. 416 pages. Author: Tara Hudson
Hereafter by Tara Hudson. $7.20. Series - Hereafter. Author: Tara Hudson. Reading level: Ages 13 and up. Publisher: HarperTeen (June 7, 2011). 416 pages
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