Tag Archives: young adult literature

In defense of Twilight…again

Ok, so I reread the Twilight books recently because I wanted to stop thinking. It didn’t work. I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: these books suck. Characters are poorly developed, if at all. The dialogue tastes like … Continue reading

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Review: Shattered by Sandra Madera

¬†Shattered by Sandra Madera. (I feel like I’m writing a book report.) I know we’re not supposed to judge a book by it’s cover, but I love the cover. To me, it says “I’m self-published, and I try hard.” I … Continue reading

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30 day book challenge. Day 21

A guilty pleasure book. I loved this book as a kid and still love it now. When the Robert Pattinson film came out in 2010, before I knew anything about it I hoped it would be based on this book. … Continue reading

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I picked a side. I’m not apologizing.

Here comes the whining. I just read Unwind by Neal Shusterman, and it was pretty awesome. Medium length young adult novel short, in a dystopic world, abortion is illegal, but parents can decide to “retroactively abort” their kid when they … Continue reading

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30 day book challenge. Day 4

Day 4. A book that reminds me of home. When I first started drafting this post, I thought of a book that reminds me of my childhood and that helped shape my world view and reminded me of why I … Continue reading

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