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Book of the Week: Strange the Dreamer

To finish off this school year’s book reviews, I decided to discuss Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor. The novel follows the story of Lazlo Strange and Sarai, who are both on conflicting sides of a problem plaguing the city of Weep. The plot of this book is incredibly unique, it is very engaging and unlike any other book I […]

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Book of the Week: The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy

This week I thought it was time to switch up genres and write about The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy written by Douglas Adams! Though it was released in 1979, I think now is a perfect time to read this incredibly unique book. It’s lighthearted style, jokes, and enjoyable plot is sure to help reduce stress and anxiety over Covid.  […]

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Book of the Week: The Cruel Prince

This week I bring you The Cruel Prince by Holly Black for your next quarantine read! It is a story about three sisters who were taken to the land of the Fae and the challenges that they face there. The novel focuses on overcoming prejudices and challenges that are faced by some characters in the book. This book also has […]

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Book of the Week: The Raven Boys

This week I thought I would share another one of my favorite books! The Raven Boys is written by Maggie Stiefvater and takes place in Henrietta, Virginia,  a small town placed on a ley line making it a hotspot for strange activity. What I love about it is that each of the five main characters has their own story that […]

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Book of the Week: Renegades

Renegades is the first book in a trilogy written by Marissa Meyer. This is a book about superheroes and villains fighting for control of Gatlon City. Over the course of their fight, it can sometimes be hard to tell which side has the best interests at heart. It is definitely a book that leaves readers questioning things until the very […]

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Six of Crows Review

Written by Maya Oeverman Six of Crows is written by Leigh Bardugo as part of the Grishaverse. (The Shadow and Bone trilogy and King of Scars are part of it too) I absolutely loved this book! Stated simply, It is about six teenagers who undergo a seemingly impossible heist but Leigh Bardugo does a really good job of including other […]

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Book Review of the Scorpio Races

Written by Maya Oeverman In this crazy time we are living through, sometimes it is nice to get lost in a good book! For your next reading adventure I would highly recommend The Scorpio Races by Maggie Stievater. It is a story centralized around The Scorpio Races in which competitors attempt to tame and race the deadly Capaill uisce (Water […]

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The Raven Tower book review

The guiding principle of The Raven Tower is to subvert convention. It is a book that tries its level best to take what you expect and follow it, to a point, after which it does something completely unanticipated. In the world of The Raven Tower, a primitive humanity struggles to survive with the help of numerous gods that dot the […]