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    Fallen Series - Lauren Kate

    The main character wakes up every morning with a blank memory. The man she wakes up next to tells her about the accident that caused her current predicament — and that he’s her husband. The woman’s therapist advises her to keep a journal, so she can read and catch up on the things she’s forgotten from day to day, and this is what we read. What makes this story so horrifying is that you are as much in the dark as the main character. Slowly, she starts realizing things are not adding up.

    I've read and fell in love with The Hunger Games, Divergent (Favorite Book EVER!), Beautiful Creatures (The Whole Series), The Fault in Our Stars (Another Favorite) and I am reading Clockwork Angel now! Might try and read the rest (Looking for Alaska is boring though...)

    YA Trilogies That Ended in 2014 (That You Should Read in 2015) | EricSmith

    STOP WHAT YOU'RE DOING AND READ THIS BOOK. Fighting through the shelves full of vampires and dystopian settings is this magnificent debut from Em Bailey. Predictable elements: Olive, the heroine, is immediately likeable and Lachlan sets our hearts racing. Unpredictable elements? Enter Miranda, one of the most intriguing characters I've met from Teen Fiction in a long time. With plenty of shocking twists, I found it very difficult to put this book down!

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    Hands down best books I've read in a while! I know there are mixed reviews and you will probly either love it or hate it but I think the plot is great, the characters have depth and even though I love romance fantasy, I appreciate that love is NOT in the least bit the focal point of this series.

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    Book Chick City | Reviewing Urban Fantasy, Paranormal Romance & Horror | REVIEW: The Lost Prince by Julie Kagawa (click for review)

    I do this all the time! -K

    If you loved Cinder, try one (or some) of these! (Brought to you by Lawrence Public Library - thanks!)

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    #CoverReveal Teardrop by Lauren Kate | Teardrop, BK#1 | Publisher: Delacorte Books | Publication Date: October 22, 2013 | #YA #paranormal