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King’s Cage – Victoria Aveyard

★ A Smarter girl would turn and run To be fair...the author tried to warn me. To keep this review from getting as long (and as bloated) as the book, I will focus on the three worst aspects - the prison, the characters and the sexay scenes. Mare's Prison or should I say, my vacation? The entire book consists… Continue reading King’s Cage – Victoria Aveyard

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Seven Questions on a Saturday – Christina Dalcher

Christina Dalcher - author of Vox - used to be a linguistic researcher at City University London. Her project focused on how children and adults produced the "r" sounds with the majority of her research focusing on  how sound changes. In addition she taught post-graduate language-related courses. It was only later - after she had… Continue reading Seven Questions on a Saturday – Christina Dalcher

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Sorcerer to the Crown – Zen Cho

★★ It's never a good sign when it takes well over 150 pgs to get the story started....really...truly not. This book dragged. Nothing really worked for me. Nothing. If I could get that time back, I would. I want it back so much. THE PREMISE - aka not a bad start  The British elite conquest consist of magicians (called… Continue reading Sorcerer to the Crown – Zen Cho

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Life and Death – Stephenie Meyer

★ I thought about falling to my knees on purpose. This was the kind of beauty you worshiped. The kind you built temples for and offered sacrifices to...what would a goddess want from a mediocre mortal like me? BWAHAHAHA....wait....she actually published this? So, I reread the entirety of Twilight in preparation for this novel. I… Continue reading Life and Death – Stephenie Meyer

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The Darkest Night – Gena Showalter

★ I wanted to love this one so much, but jeez Gena, why are you making this so hard?  To channel my upcoming rant, I will focus only on: the Plot, the Complete Idiocy, the Insta-Insta Love, the Nipples and how Promiscuity is just Rape. The Plot - aka started from the bottom, now we here...still at the bottom.  The premise to this novel was… Continue reading The Darkest Night – Gena Showalter