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Review | Winter by Marissa Meyer

Broken isn’t the same as unfixable. Does that also apply to my heart now that this series is over? Summary Princess Winter Hayle-Blackburn is known as the most beautiful young woman on Luna. Though no one would ever say it in front of her stepmother, Queen Levana, who forced her to scar her face when… Continue reading Review | Winter by Marissa Meyer

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Review | Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins

(I’ve got about four of these lined up—reviews, that is—so be ready!) I am so glad I reread this finale. Summary District Twelve is gone. Peeta is a captive of the Capitol. And a war is about to begin. Hiding in District Thirteen, Katniss contemplates becoming the Mockingjay, the symbol of the resistance. But everyone… Continue reading Review | Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins

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Review | Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins

It’s always fun reviewing your favourite book in a series. Summary Katniss Everdeen should be happy. She survived the Hunger Games, her family now lives comfortably in District 12, and she is back in the company of her friend, Gale. But despite winning the Games, Katniss is still closely watched by all of Panem, watched… Continue reading Review | Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins

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Review | Paper Towns by John Green

This is my favourite John Green book. Okay, the review’s over now. Well, not really. It is my favourite, so I’ve got quite a bit to say. Summary Life changes for Quentin “Q” Jacobsen when Margo Roth Speigelman enters his life. She would become the love of his life, his personal miracle, his mystery to uncover.… Continue reading Review | Paper Towns by John Green

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Review | Dreams of Gods and Monsters by Laini Taylor

Once upon a time, a trilogy was written about forbidden love and terrible war. It was wonderful. Summary Karou and Akiva are now leaders of the Misbegotten/Chimaera rebellion. And while both sides have agreed to cooperate, it’s far from easy. Surrounded by deception, lies, and war, bringing their dream of a peaceful Eretz to reality… Continue reading Review | Dreams of Gods and Monsters by Laini Taylor