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VIDEO: Me Before You by Jojo Moyes REVIEW

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VIDEO: Me Before You by Jojo Moyes REVIEW

VIDEO: February 16 Book Haul

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VIDEO: February 2016 Book Haul

VIDEO: Stars Above by Marissa Meyer REVIEW

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VIDEO: Stars Above by Marissa Meyer Review

REVIEW: Me Before You by Jojo Moyes

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"You only get one life. It's actually your duty to live it as fully as possible." - Will Traynor I really don't know where to start this review, but it left me speechless after reading the last page. Upon picking this book up, I pretty much knew about the inevitable heartbreaking outcome, but it still left me in a speechless state. In the process of reading, so many emotions wanted to surface. I was led on this amazing journey that I did not regret on taking because it gave me new feelings that I have not felt before.

VIDEO: Pottermore Sorting Hat Quiz

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VIDEO: Pottermore Sorting Hat Quiz

REVIEW: Stars Above by Marissa Meyer

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Once upon a time, Marissa Meyer introduced the Lunar Chronicles, and readers were introduced to a cyborg named Cinder. Then came the inevitable day when her adventure came to end. All hope was not lost until the author surprised readers with Stars Above which contain nine short stories with five never before published, and one of them being an epilogue to Winter. In every fairy tale contain a happily ever after, but this is not the end yet.

VIDEO: Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard REVIEW

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Video: Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard REVIEW

VIDEO: February 2016 TBR

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Video: February 2016 TBR

VIDEO: January 16 Wrap Up

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Video: January 2016 Wrap Up

REVIEW: Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard

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"You are now Red in the head, Silver in the heart." - Mare Barrow Welcome to a world, where people are divided based upon the color of their blood, red and silver. Silvers dominate society with their superhuman abilities. Unlike them, Reds do not carry any mythical power in their blood. In walks in Mare Barrow, a Red, who somehow posses power of her own. To cover this up, the king gives her a new identity, crowns her as a princess, and arranges her to marry a prince.