Monthly Archives: January 2014

Book Review: Ask the Passengers

Ask the Passengers by A.S King Astrid Jones is a 17-year old senior high school student in a small town. Her family consists of a controlling mother, a perfect , athletic younger sister who is the mother’s obvious favourite and … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Running Dream by Wendelin Van Draanen

The Running Dream┬áBy Wendelin Van Draanen I really enjoyed Van Draanen’s book Flipped, and therefore was looking forward to reading The Running Dream. It is our community reads season, and it is a book about running. I would like to … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Talk-Funny Girl

The Talk-Funny Girl by Roland Merullo Marjorie Richards lives on the outskirts of a small town in rural New Hampshire but even that does not account for her level of isolation. She lives with her parents, who hardly leave their … Continue reading

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Book Review: Picture Me Gone by Meg Rosoff

It is that time of the year again, when I am furiously reading a certain kind of novel, that elusive species of book that can simultaneously entice a girls from the ages of 12 to 17 old, as well as … Continue reading

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Books I Read in 2013

Inspired (okay, idea downright copied) by my friend Saleema’s Post with the exact same name. Screw originality. Who needs it anyway? Like Saleema, I belong to Goodreads. I used to track my books with Librarything, but more of my friends … Continue reading

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