Tag Archives: fiction

The Garden of Burning Sand – Book Review

Life is a broken thing. It’s what we do with the pieces that defines us. – Corban Addison *Trigger warning: This novel and this review deal with serious issues that may be extremely distressing to some readers, so please be … Continue reading

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WWW Wednesday – Oct 21, 2020

Here’s my second edition of this weekly series of posts from Sam at Taking on a World of Words. Check out her blog if you haven’t, as she shares some fabulous content. In this series, each blogger answers the 3 … Continue reading

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The Perks of Being a Wallflower

This is a book I heard a lot of buzz about during my Teen Library materials course at Mizzou a few semesters ago.  It is extremely controversial in many respects (as can be expected from most novels geared toward teens), … Continue reading

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The Fault in Our Stars

I’m proud to make this novel the first of my book reviews.  Though I love a good intricately woven fiction novel geared toward adults, I also love a good (keyword: good) young adult novel.  John Green is by far, in … Continue reading

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