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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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The Fire Wish– A Review

The Fire Wish– A Review

My Thoughts The Fire Wish is an enjoyable book for anyone interested in fantasy fiction. This book is strong in the use of the world Lough has set it in. The description of the world is extremely well done. Readers will finish this book wishing to go to the Jinni cavern as well as the […]

Posted July 11, 2017 by Aleya in aleya, College Assignment, Reviews / 0 Comments
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Book Review: Words on Bathroom Walls

Book Review: Words on Bathroom Walls

My Thoughts There is something so endearing about the portrayal of Adam, our main character in Words on Bathroom Walls‘ synopsis. I mean, as a Harry Potter fan, I laughed and cried at the notion that this kid was so salty over the fact that Harry’s delusions and voices ended up being real, but his […]

Posted July 6, 2017 by Jess in books, Reviews / 1 Comment
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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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Speak– A Review

Speak– A Review

My Thoughts Speak is a highly controversial book for some people. Many people have banned it due to the content matter. It should be known that the topic of rape is heavily discussed in this book, thus why many people have issues with the book. Ultimately, this is a fantastic book to have on one’s shelf, […]

Posted June 22, 2017 by Aleya in aleya, College Assignment, Reviews / 1 Comment
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