Tag Archives: Young-Adult Fiction

The Gemma Doyle Trilogy

—3.5— As further evidence of my extreme listlessness, I am combining three book reviews into one!  Pathetic, huh.  Well, besides my disgusting laziness, there are other reasons for this.  First, this is obviously a trilogy, and so I have the … Continue reading

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Catching Fire

—5— This weekend I devoured the sequel to The Hunger Games, Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins.  And it was wonderful, and now I’m heartbroken that I must wait for the last in the trilogy. Catching Fire picks up Katniss’ saga … Continue reading

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The Hunger Games

—5— I find it maddening that I struggle to write reviews for the books I enjoy the most.  I read Suzanne Collins’ The Hunger Games MONTHS ago, and I loved it, and I never wrote a review because I could … Continue reading

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Wake

—4— There wasn’t much to Wake by Lisa McMann, as was evident by my reading the whole book in one sitting.  And yet, I really enjoyed it, perhaps due to its simplicity.  This is a YA novel in all definitions … Continue reading

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Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse, and Breaking Dawn

—4— —3.5— —4— —4.5— I read the Twilight series by Stephenie Meyer so long ago, I don’t even know what to say in a review right now.  I have been putting off writing a review because I didn’t know what … Continue reading

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Life as We Knew It

—4.5— Susan Beth Pfeffer has written a remarkable book with her Young Adult novel, Life as We Knew It.  Miranda is just your typical sophomore, dealing with a split family and changing friends, when an asteroid hits the moon.  Everyone … Continue reading

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