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Friday Favorite: Jellicoe Road

When I was about eleven years old, I read Saving Francesca by Melina Marchetta. I think I was probably too young for it, and I don’t remember much of it at all, but I do remember enjoying it. So when I was looking for an ebook to check out from my public library’s fairly limited… Continue reading Friday Favorite: Jellicoe Road

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All Fall Down

Did you know I turned twenty this month? Nope, I didn’t misspell twelve, even though my Goodreads profile would suggest otherwise, considering I reread Ally Carter’s Gallagher Girls series and her newly-released Embassy Row novel, All Fall Down, this month. When I posted a picture of I’d Tell You I Love You, But Then I’d Have to Kill You on Instagram, a friend… Continue reading All Fall Down

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The Likeness

Everyone should have a book lover/recommender friend. I bet you think I’m going to talk about Allie here, but I’m not (sorry, Allie). I’m thinking about my best friend at work, who’s a grandmother and she belongs to all these book clubs and one time she took me to her favorite independent bookstore and everyone… Continue reading The Likeness

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The Raven Cycle

Somewhere that I get a lot of book recommendations is, oddly enough, my Tumblr dashboard. I say oddly because I don’t actually follow any Tumblr book blogs. But these people that I follow for other reasons also tend to have really great taste in books! So recently I started seeing all these pretty and hipster… Continue reading The Raven Cycle

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The Selection

Happy (belated) Valentine’s Day! I hope y’all had a wonderful day filled with lots of chocolate! Libby and I celebrated our singleness with a best friends brunch date and thrift store book shopping. Look at all our food! Aside from consuming massive amounts of potatoes on Saturday with Libby, I’ve spent most of this weekend catching… Continue reading The Selection

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Code Name Verity

There are a lot of things I should be doing right now: reading Hobbes’s Leviathan, learning about the Ricardian model for international trade, applying to study abroad, attempting to draw a map of Japan for a history class. But I’m doing none of them, because I just finished Code Name Verity, and the rest of the… Continue reading Code Name Verity