Publisher: Marshall Cavendish

Book Review: The Weepers

Book Review: The Weepers

Dystopian? Post-apocalyptic? I really wasn't sure what this book's main focus would be. The summary indicates that it could go in a variety of ways. But either way I was excited for this read.   The Weepers put a strong foot forward from the very first page. The story opens with Sherry and her family coming to the conclusion that the bunker that they have lived in for the past few years will no longer be able to sustain them. Food dwindling. Life on the outside as a possibility is beyond questionable. But with the choice being either: die due […]

Posted April 20, 2012
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Book Review: Memento Nora

Book Review: Memento Nora

  If you could take a little white pill to forget all the traumatic events in your life… would you do it? Would the events that you have forgotten make your life different? Would it make you a different person? It is not everyday that a book evokes all these questions and really makes you think about the events that shape who you are as a person. But Memento Nora tackles all these questions. And does so in a way that completely threw my brain for a loop. Told through three teen point of views, readers are given a deep look into the exciting […]

Posted April 12, 2011
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Book Review: Crystal Bones

Book Review: Crystal Bones

  Crystal Bones is the exciting beginning to what I hope spans out to be a fantastic series. The tale centers around Diello and Cynthe, faelin twins, whose lives are turned upside down upon their thirteen birthday. On a day that should be nothing but celebration, the twins lose everything and must come to terms with all they thought they knew. First things first, the plot. Loved it… simple as that. Faelin twins who may or may not have certain powers in the future are forced to grow up over night and fight to discover the truth about their parent's past. Now you […]

Posted March 4, 2011
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