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Book Review: Hawking’s Hallway, Book 3 of the Accelerati Trilogy by Neil Shusterman and Eric Elfman

“People have souls; organizations do not. But organizations have more power than any one person does. The best we can hope to do is apply our individual humanity to the wielding of an organization’s power.” Edison. Hawking’s Hallway, Chapter 14,

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Book Review: Tesla’s Attic, Book One of the Accelerati Trilogy by Neal Shusterman & Eric Elfman

“In theory, they had moved here to start a fresh, shining new life. But even the most promising theories can be impossible to prove.” Tesla’s Attic: Chapter 1, page 3 I love that this book is completely accessible for kids

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Book Review: The Paper Magician by Charlie N. Holmberg

“Remember that you are much different now than you were an hour ago, Ceony. Before you merely read about magic; now you have it.” Chapter 2, page 27, (Mg. Thane) The Paper Magician by Charlie N. Holmberg The Paper Magician

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Book Review: Beyond the Edge of the Map by A.L. Tait

“There are times when facts are helpful and times when a little bit of fanciful thinking goes a long way.”  (Jed) Beyond the Edge of the Map: The Mapmaker Chronicles, chapter 6 Quinn Freeman has set sail again! It’s another

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TBR List: 2018 Edition

The #TBR List — every reader has one. It may be a stack of print novels a combination of garage sales finds, library borrows, and new release splurges. Your TBR (to-be-read) list of books may be list on your Good

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Book Review: Thunderstruck by Brenda Drake

“There are more than two choices. Always another way we cannot see for our minds are too close to the heart.” (Thunderstruck by Brenda Drake) This weekend I dove into Thunderstruck by Brenda Drake, a YA novel that effortlessly combines

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Book Review: The Last Star by Rick Yancey

“Because love is the most dangerous weapon in the world. It’s more unstable than uranium.” (The Last Star by Rick Yancey, Chapter 52, page 188) Dystopian YA has always been a favorite of mine to read. I began reading The

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Added “Everything, Everything” to TBR List

If you’ve been following my book review posts since Christmas, you know I’ve been reading the Rick Yancey YA series The 5th Wave. I’ve already posted my thoughts and reviews about book 1 and book 2 — yes, I liked

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Book Review: The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey

“Luck had carried us through the first three waves. But even the best gambler will tell you that luck only lasts so long.” (The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey, Chapter 16, page 75) Author Rick Yancey packs pages of twists

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Book Review: “Year One” by Nora Roberts

“You get up in the morning, and do what you have to do. You get up, thinking for just a split second, everything’s the way it was. Then you know it’s not. It’s never going to be, but you get

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