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Serafina and the Black Cloak by Robert  Beatty
"Ugh. This book is the answer to the question "How do you take a really cool idea and make it boring?"
There are so many things that made this book annoying.
1. Serafina isn't a strong female character. She actually doesn't have any layers. She is..." Read more of this review »
Serafina and the Black Cloak by Robert  Beatty
"Evidently, I have difficulty spelling the word "cloak." I just typed it in about six different iterations before I achieved the proper spelling. I mean, Serafina and the Black Cloaca would probably be an interesting book--most certainly a foul one..." Read more of this review »
Unmade by Sarah Rees Brennan
“You make a really compelling argument. Join me or get walled up alive with a corpse? You should be a politician.”
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Unmade by Sarah Rees Brennan
“How are things going with young what’s-his-face?” Angela asked, in what for Angela was conciliatory fashion, which of course meant not very conciliatory at all. “You know the one. Blond. Scowly. Bad attitude, which I have some sympathy for. Sloppy dresser, which I have no sympathy for at all.”
“Also a terrible driver,” Kami said. “Wild about the eyes. Daddy issues so numerous the issues may be compiled into a book called Who’s the Daddy? Both Options Are Evil.” She sighed and touched another gravestone, which was for someone cursed with the name of Edgar Featherstonehaugh. “Well, I’m pressuring him into having a relationship with me, and I don’t know how into it he is, and there are even worse problems than that, but apart from that, it’s okay.”
“Anyone would be lucky to be emotionally blackmailed or physically forced into romance with you, friend,” said Angela. “What a jerk.”
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Unspoken by Sarah Rees Brennan
"3.5 stars — spoilers

Kami Glass lives in the small, unexciting town of Sorry-in-the-Vale. Ever since she can remember, Kami has had an imaginary friend called Jared. So naturally, it comes as a shock to Kami when she finds out that not only is Jare..." Read more of this review »
Unspoken by Sarah Rees Brennan
"I was going to wait until the last minute tomorrow to post this review so people would be able to go out and buy it the next day BUT I seriously cannot hold my emotions in any longer and you know what it's already tomorrow in Australia. What?


Well..." Read more of this review »
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The Carver by Jacob Devlin
The Carver
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"All he knows is a boring life in an ordinary Virginia suburb ..."

Virginia is far from ordinary or boring. I've lived in there all my life. Seriously, there is so much beauty and history there. Plus there's
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Sarah Rees Brennan
“Camilla, Henry, Thomas, you greedy monsters,” Dad said. “Not a crumb left for your father? That’s it, you’re not my children. You’re just sad, bald monkeys I won from circus folk in a poker game.”
Ten retreated with his prize and went back to lean against Dad’s leg. He split the brownie in two and offered half silently up to Dad.
“Well,” Dad conceded, “I guess you might be my kid after all.”
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Brodi Ashton
“What? No heartbeat? Huh. Funny. Moving on, the bigger problem is why do I have circles under my eyes?’ “And he’d say, ‘Wait a second. Did you hear me? No heart!’ And we’d be all ‘Yes, yes, we heard you. But other than missing a major organ, what’s wrong with me?’ And then he’d go on and on about the whole no-heart thing, and then I would try to distract him by doing that dance I do—you know, the one that looks like the running man. . . . But before I finish my entire routine, the doctor would be texting the CIA to tell them about my lack of heart, and the rounds of involuntary government testing would begin.”
Brodi Ashton, Evertrue

Sarah Rees Brennan
“Hypocrisy is what being a parent is all about,” Jon said. “Well done for cracking the books, Jared and Holly. You see how it pays off.”
Holly smiled and the light of her smile seemed to spill all over the room, reflections of light refracted all over everywhere.
“It’s true reading is a wonderful thing,” Rusty observed. “I read a Cosmo a year ago, and I still remember how to keep my nails in perfect condition and also ten top tips on how to dress to accentuate my ass.”
Now everybody was staring at Rusty. Unlike Jared, he did not blush.
“Those tips are working,” he said. “Don’t pretend you haven’t all noticed. I know the truth.”
Sarah Rees Brennan, Unmade

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“Where are you going?”
“Uh,” said Kami, eyeballing her wildly. “I’m going to buy some drugs.”
Lillian stared. “I beg your pardon?”
“This is a really stressful time for everyone,” said Kami. “So I thought maybe I could buy a little weed, take the edge off. I might be a while. This is a very clean-living town, apart from all the murders, so I don’t actually know any drug dealers. I realize Jared kind of looks like one, but he’s not, which is a shame because I think the drug dealer’s girlfriend gets her drugs free.”
“I realize you are attempting to be humorous,” said Lillian, after a pause during which she stared some more. “I don’t understand it.”
“Hey, you’re not the only family with a legacy. ‘Glass’ rhymes with ‘sass.’ Have you met my dad?”
“I have had that dubious pleasure,” said Lillian. “He is, in fact, meant to be meeting me in order to, and I quote, ‘teach me to integrate better with society, display leadership skills, win over the populace, and stop acting like a robot princess from space.’ I admit that the humor in his humor escapes me as well.” She paused and suddenly looked determined. “I’m going to start without him.”
Sarah Rees Brennan, Unmade

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“You make a really compelling argument. Join me or get walled up alive with a corpse? You should be a politician.”
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