Monthly Archives: May 2016

Salt to the Sea by Ruta Sepetys

TJ Burns — May 15th, 2016 I try not to read the book description (if I can help it), so I had no idea about the content of this book until I started reading. My thoughts after 3% were: oh, … Continue reading

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Frayed by Kara Terzis

TJ Burns — May 3, 2016 Frayed kept me guessing throughout — and that’s a huge plus. I cared enough about the characters to get involved. I didn’t guess the “whodunit,” though I really tried. Many potential suspects are offered, … Continue reading

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