Monthly Archives: October 2016

Glitter by Aprilynne Pike

TJ Burns — October 24, 2016 Glitter had me totally hooked (pardon the pun) right from the start. I had just planned to take a look inside of this book, and I couldn’t stop reading. As usual, I didn’t read … Continue reading

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Friday Barnes Under Suspicion by R.A. Spratt

TJ Burns — October 14, 2016 My daughter and I loved this second book in the Friday Barnes series even more than the first. Friday’s eccentric, quirky personality shines through as she develops more self-confidence and gets used to being … Continue reading

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Beast by Brie Spangler

TJ Burns — October 10, 2016 Beast is a creative and original twist on the traditional “Beauty and the Beast” story. In the original story, Belle is able to overcome physical barriers and fall in love with the person inside, … Continue reading

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The Flip Side by Shawn Johnson, A.L. Sonnichsen

TJ Burns — October 3rd, 2016 I thoroughly enjoyed The Flip Side. It offered a unique perspective of a high-level athlete trying to get some of the typical teenager experiences without giving up on her extraordinarily lofty goals of becoming … Continue reading

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