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Review: The White Rabbit Chronicles

Hello everyone! Happy Monday, and Happy Thanksgiving to my Canadian followers! šŸ™‚ šŸ¦ƒĀ Today I’m going to be posting my review of Gena Showalter’s seriesĀ The White Rabbit Chronicles. Alice in Zombieland by: Gena Showalter: Aliceā€™s life is nowhere near normal; when her family is murdered by monsters she only thought was a myth, her world is…… Continue reading Review: The White Rabbit Chronicles

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Review: The Land of Stories Series

Hi! Happy Wednesday! šŸ™‚ Today I’m going to be posting my review on Chris Colfer’sĀ Land of StoriesĀ series. The Wishing Spell by: Chris Colfer: The first novel in the Land of Stories series. Alex and Conner Bailey are 12-year-old twins who have grown up knowing all the fairy tales, when one day they fall into the…… Continue reading Review: The Land of Stories Series

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Review: The Creeping

Hi everyone, Happy October! šŸŽƒĀ Since we’re entering the spooky month of the year I thought it appropriate to post my review of Alexandra Sirowy’s novelĀ The Creeping. The Creeping by: Alexandra Sirowy: Stella and Jeanie disappeared eleven years ago, only Jeanie never came back. Now Stella is very determined to figure out what happened to her…… Continue reading Review: The Creeping

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Review: The Girl at Midnight Trilogy

Happy Wednesday folks! Today I’m going to be reviewingĀ The Girl at Midnight trilogy! The Girl at Midnight by: Melissa Grey: Echo has spent her life as a pickpocketer among the streets of New York City, but beneath the city lies the Avicen who are a race with feathers and magic. A war has broken out,…… Continue reading Review: The Girl at Midnight Trilogy

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Review: Black-Eyed Susans

Hello friends! Happy Monday! Today I’m going to be reviewing Julia Hearberlin’s novelĀ Black-Eyed Susans.Ā  Black-Eyed Susans by: Julia Hearberlin: Tessa was found half alive buried in a field with no recollection as to how she got there. Turns out she was the only survivors of the ā€˜Black-Eyed Susanā€™ murders, and now two decades later she…… Continue reading Review: Black-Eyed Susans