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Warning: Possible spoilers for The Secret Hour and Touching Darkness. The Darklings are stirring as things get even weirder in Bixby. When the blue time starts invading mid-day, the Midnighters know they need to figure out what is going on before … Continue reading
Warning: Possible spoilers for The Secret Hour. The Midnighters’ danger is only beginning. While the two couples worry about their new romances, Dess struggles with a problem that could unravel the secret of their past. The increase in action is … Continue reading
Top Ten Book Crushes (if I were a character in a book) Some of these may be surprising because the characters I tend to love in books *cough* crazy characters like Warner from Shatter Me *cough* are not the kind of … Continue reading
Top Ten Books I’d Like to See Under my Tree hosted by The Broke and the Bookish I’m afraid my list is going to be pretty boring. I’m very picky when it comes to me buying books, and they need to … Continue reading
Top Ten Book to Read on a Deserted Island hosted by The Broke and the Bookish 10. Clarissa by Samuel Richardson As one of the longest novels ever written, I figure it would keep me entertained for awhile, and if nothing … Continue reading
Shay can’t wait to be Pretty, but then she meets Zane and the other Crims, and they introduce her to David who opens her eyes to truth behind the Ugly-Pretty system. There seems to be a new trend of creating … Continue reading
For the first time ever, I will be participating in Dewey’s Read-a-Thon. I will be missing a large chunk of it because I’m going to see Beauty and the Beast in theatre with friends, but when I’m not out being … Continue reading
When Jessica Day’s family moves to Bixby, Oklahoma, she didn’t know what to expect. She certainly wasn’t expecting to meet the Midnighters: teens who can see the 25th hour, the secret hour. Sometimes it can be hard going back and … Continue reading
Top Ten Feminist Novels (or the books I would want my daughters to read if I had them) hosted by The Broke and the Bookish 10. The Hunger Games trilogy by Suzanne Collins Whether it be Katniss, Mag, or Johanna, THG has … Continue reading