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Ash Princess|Blogmas Day 5

If you like books about an enslaved heroine who needs to start a rebellion to get her crown back, Ash Princess is for you! This book has gotten some hate due to it being just like every other book, but it's honestly worth the read! The story reminded of the Red Queen in many ways… Continue reading Ash Princess|Blogmas Day 5

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I Finally Read The Selection Blogmas Day 3

Many people have already read The Selection Series, probably when they were in middle or high school. Here I am at the age of 23 and just read them for the first time. Why did I wait? I honestly don’t know. This book had been on my TBR list for a really long time, and… Continue reading I Finally Read The Selection Blogmas Day 3

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Let’s Talk About the New Hunger Games Book

I've been waiting for this. The Hunger Games is like my Harry Potter (I am pretty obsessed with Harry Potter, though). When I heard rumors of this book, I was really hoping for Haymitch's story. Like for real, how awesome would that be?! Sadly Susan Collins decided to give us the story of the first… Continue reading Let’s Talk About the New Hunger Games Book

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Why King’s Cage Made Me Stop Reading.

**There are spoilers in this review** I love the Red Queen series, almost as much as I love the Hunger Games or Harry Potter. I love the world, the characters, the storylines, just everything about the books. I read the second book in two days, I think. Well, here we are almost a year later… Continue reading Why King’s Cage Made Me Stop Reading.

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What I Love About Reading Memoirs and Why you should Read Them.

Memoirs like this just make me take a step back and look at my life and how good it honestly is. Elly Gross's story not only opened my eyes to how victims of the holocaust felt, but how much I don't appreciate the life I have as much as I should.