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July 2015 Book Haul

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Standalone vs. Book Series | Talk Thursday

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Since You've Been Gone by Morgan Matson Review

"I don't think you have to do something so big to be brave. And it's the little things that are harder anyway." - Emily Summer time arrive, but Emily discovered her best friend, Sloane had vanished with out a trace. One day she received a letter from Sloane that consisted of a to do list. Putting her shyness aside, Emily set out on a mission to complete this list. Along the way she will make new discoveries about herself and learn to just have fun in the process.

Mid 2015 TBR Look Back

It's midway of the year, so I feel as though I should look back at my general TBR stacks. Late December of 2014, these were the books I initially still plan to read:

The Madman's Daughter by Megan Shepherd Review

"There comes a point when one must make one's own decisions. Live one's own life." - Edward Unlike most individuals in London, Juliet Moreau family was ruined by a scandal of her father's brutal experimentation on creatures. In attempt to forget about it, 16 years old Juliet busy herself with frequent visits to church and working at a maid. One night she is reunited with Montgomery, a childhood playmate, and assistance of her father. He revealed her father is very much alive on a secluded island continuing his experiments. With Montgomery, and Edward, a castaway, Juliet travels to this mysterious island to see her estranged father. This is one journey that will change her outlook of her life.

TBR Progress & Book Buying Problem | Talk Thur

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Paper Towns by John Green Review

Even at a young age, Quinton always had a crush on his next door neighbor, Margo. One night she took him upon a journey that forever changed his life. The very next day, she went missing. Q believed it was up to him to follow the bread crumbs that Margo left to find her.

Amy & Roger's Epic Detour by Morgan Matson Review

"The best discoveries always happened to the people who weren't looking for them." - Roger After her father's death, her mother decided to move the family from California to Connecticut. Amy is reluctant to drive since she is traumatized by her father's death in a car accident. In comes, Roger, a family friend, agrees to drive on this adventurous road trip. Rather than follow a pre-determined route, they go on a detour that relieve them of their baggage.

VIDEO: An Ember in the Ashes by Sabaa Tahir Review

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Overhyped & Underhyped Books | Talk Thursday

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Happy Thursday! This Thursday discussion is about books that are overhyped, underhyped, and worth the hype

An Ember in the Ashes by Sabaa Tahir Review

"There are two kinds of guilt,"..."The kind that's a burden and the kind that gives you purpose. Let your guilt be your fuel. Let it remind you of who you want to be. Draw a line in your mind. Never cross it again. You have a soul. It's damaged, but it's there. Don't let them take it from you," - Laia (Tahir 373) In an era, where Martial Empire rule the land, and anyone against them, face death.

Laia watched her grandparents get killed, her brother getting arrested, and burning of her home by the Masks. To rescue her brother from prison, she agrees to be a spy for the Resistance. Upon agreement, she get sent to Blackcliff, where she meet Elias.

At a young age, Elias selected to attend Blackcliff, an elite military school that train highly skilled soldiers, Masks due a silver mask each students are required to wear. After fourteen years of training, he plans to run away.

Their paths intertwined that lead to a journey that will change their lives.

July 2015 TBR

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I accomplished my TBR in June, so here are the books I am planning to read in July

June 2015 Wrap Up

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Updates & Love Triangle in Books | Talk Thursday

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