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Category Archives: Magan

On a Personal Note: Un-boxing Friendship

Well, hello! It’s been a while since I wrote something just to write. I read a book, Even in Paradise, several weeks ago and there’s a quote that’s been running through my mind. I’ve been trying to find the words to write this post; hopefully I’ve finally figured out what I want to say and don’t […]

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Magan: Can’t Look Away by Donna Cooner

Can’t Look Away by Donna Cooner See Also: Skinny by Donna Cooner Publication Date: August 26, 2014 Publisher: Point Pages: 272 Target Audience: Young Adult Fiction Keywords: beauty and fashion vlogger, loss of a sibling, moving to a new state Format Read: Arc received from the Publisher. (Thank you!) Summary: Torrey, popular fashion and beauty vlogger, doesn’t […]

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Blog Tour: Ally Condie on Naming Characters in Atlantia

Atlantia by Ally Condie (website | twitter) See also my review of Crossed by Ally Condie Publication Date: October 28, 2014 Publisher: Dutton Children’s Pages: 368 Target Audience: Young Adult Fiction Keywords: underwater city, dystopia, broken world, young adult fantasy Format Read: Arc received from the Publisher. (Thank you! Summary (from Goodreads):Can you hear Atlantia breathing? For as long as she can […]

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Why in 5: Not in the Script by Amy Finnegan

Not in the Script by Amy Finnegan (twitter | website) Publication Date: October 7, 2014 Publisher: Bloomsbury Children’s Pages: 272 Target Audience: Young Adult Keywords: best friends growing apart, life of an actress, filming a TV series Format Read: ARC from Publisher (Thank you!) Summary: Emma loves acting and knows there’s nothing else she’d rather do, but she wishes that people could look […]

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Top Ten Tuesday: Tough Subject Books

I’m pretty drawn to tough subject books. I scoured my Goodreads lists and narrowed it down to these FIFTEEN tough subject books instead of ten. (Bonus reads!) Obviously I didn’t follow the rules very well. Some of these were harder than others, but they all have aspects of them that really open your eyes to […]

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