Monthly Archives: February 2017

Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel

TJ Burns — February 27, 2017 I love well-written dystopian novels and I love solving mysteries, so Station Eleven is right down my ally. The biggest mystery throughout was figuring out how all the players fit together. One-third through, I … Continue reading

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Freeks by Amanda Hocking

TJ Burns — February 20, 2017 Freeks was exciting and enjoyable! It starts out colorful and mysterious, and then takes a dark turn. The story moved along so fast — the action pulled me in and wouldn’t let me get … Continue reading

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Lou Lou and Pea and the Mural Mystery by Jill Diamond

TJ Burns — February 11, 2017 I had a wonderful time reading this with my 9-year-old daughter! We both loved the mystery and the puzzle-solving. I was so proud that my daughter solved the riddle, and the mystery, before the … Continue reading

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