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LIFELL1K3– A Review

LIFELL1K3– A Review

My Thoughts When my coworkers got back from TxLA (the library conference for Texas), they brought back tons of YA ARCs and told me to choose from them. I saw Jay Kristoff in the bunch and immediately snatched it up. I really liked Kristoff’s Nevernight series so I was excited to see what he’d do with this […]

Posted June 6, 2018 by Aleya in aleya, Reviews / 1 Comment
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Legendary– A Review

Legendary– A Review

My Thoughts I received a print copy of Legendary by Stephanie Garber from Macmillan Library. I randomly got added to their mailing list and this was the first book that I have received. I was super excited. I may have screamed a little and did a dance when this came in. Thank you so much […]

Posted April 29, 2018 by Aleya in aleya, Reviews / 5 Comments
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Blog Tour – The Punch Escrow

Blog Tour  – The Punch Escrow

“Klein transports us to a beautifully rendered near-future world. This is refreshingly original and immersive hard sci-fi. You’ll turn the last page and yearn for Joel Byram’s next chapter.”   —Ben Brock Johnson, host of Codebreaker podcast and NPR Marketplace Tech “An alt-futuristic hard-science thriller with twists and turns you’ll never see coming. I couldn’t put […]

Posted August 1, 2017 by Jess in Book Tour, books, jess, Playlist / 0 Comments
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American Born Chinese– A Review

American Born Chinese– A Review

My Thoughts American Born Chinese is a highly powerful novel for any reader. This book is strong in the method of which it brings such a compelling story. This book tells an amazing set of stories which come together in such a meaningful manner. Yang’s storytelling and art convey the plight that many Chinese Americans […]

Posted July 27, 2017 by Aleya in aleya, College Assignment, Reviews / 0 Comments
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Monster– A Review

Monster– A Review

My Thoughts Monster provided a unique look at the prejudice and misunderstandings of African Americans. Steve Harmon’s story was a look into Harlem culture specifically. This book examines innocence in light of prejudice. Readers will finish this book feeling a sense of understanding towards African American culture, a sad sense of understanding. This book is a […]

Posted June 28, 2017 by Aleya in aleya, College Assignment, Reviews / 2 Comments
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