Monthly Archives: November 2016

Unblemished by Sara Ella

  TJ Burns — October 25, 2016 I found Unblemished gripping right from the start! Exciting and mysterious. I loved the writing style! I was very impressed with all the music metaphors… colorful! I also liked the switchbacks between memories … Continue reading

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Stealing Snow (Stealing Snow #1) by Danielle Paige

TJ Burns — October 2016 Stealing Snow pulled me right in and had me asking question upon question right from the start! Then the story gets even more exciting and the questions continue to pile up. After a bit of … Continue reading

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Saving Hamlet by Molly Booth

TJ Burns – November 1, 2016 Fantastico! Brava! Bravo! Encore! Zugaben! …and all that good stuff! Quirky, interesting characters! Emma, Stanley, Lulu, Josh, Brandon, Cooke, Wick, Haddock, and the bard himself — this was definitely a character driven story. Emma … Continue reading

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Fate of Flames (Effigies, #1) by Sarah Raughley

TJ Burns — November 13, 2016 Exciting! Mega-exciting! The action pulled me right in and wouldn’t let me go. (I immediately wanted to know what an Effigie is and how can I become one 😉 ). The characters were diverse … Continue reading

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The Diabolic by S.J. Kincaid

TJ Burns — September 30, 2016 The Diabolic is exciting, suspenseful, and full of unexpected twists and turns. I really enjoyed this story. I found the concept original and clever. The writing style is nice and kept the story moving … Continue reading

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The Seventh Wish by Kate Messner

TJ Burns – November 5, 2016 The Seventh Wish is so much more than I expected. I started reading, and immediately I was captivated by the characters. I thought it was a fun, magical middle grade story, so I went … Continue reading

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