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It sucks…. ’nuff said

5 Apr

“Why haven’t you reviewed a book lately?”

I’ve been reading very often but I haven’t really liked many books. That means most of the books I’ve read have, in my own humble opinion, sucked.

The problem I find with a lot of books that don’t move me in any way is that I can’t really find words to describe why I hated it. It’s just something I know, not something I can analyze easily. This has ended up with me attempting to review it, only to end up with the words “idk, it just sucked” on my computer screen.

I will try, in my future, to write more reviews but you’ve got to understand that with me and my shallow brain, it’s gotten to be either “I liked it” or “it sucked”.

More reviews will hopefully come when I find more adjectives to describe my simple likes and dislikes.

~Ash

Book Review/Rave – City of Bones by Cassandra Clare

22 Jul

LOVE!!!

This book is easily one of my favorites. Read on!

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Born at Midnight – C.C. Hunter

30 Jun

I’m thinking this post will be short and simple.

Did I like it? Not really.

Wanna know why?? Read on!

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Book Review – Dead Beautiful by Yvonne Woon

7 Jan

 

Well, it had to come eventually…. My first negative review.

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Book Review/Rave – Heist Society by Ally Carter

15 Nov

5/5 Stars

What do I say besides LOVED IT?!?

People who know me, know that I rarely find any books I like. Let alone love.

This book was wonderful to me. I had gotten it from the library, and when I finished it, I went online to purchase it right away. And then I insisted that I must keep the library version until the bought one shows up.

So, click read more and you’ll see a book summary and more of my thoughts… which are love. But you knew that….

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Book Review – The Juliet Club by Suzanne Harper

6 Nov

3/5 Stars

Hello all!

I ordered this book like 2 weeks ago and it has FINALLY gotten here! I finished it awhile ago and decided I should do a review for you guys! So, I’ll start you off with the book summary first…

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