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In Defence of Good Guys

I was talking to a friend who’s a big reader, too, the other day and we came upon the discussion of romantic interests in several YA novels. I don’t even remember what books we were discussing but one thing became clear: she would always pick the bad boy while I rooted for the good guy. And if […]

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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire by J. K. Rowling

This is the review of the fourth part of the series, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. I also reviewed The Philosopher’s Stone, The Chamber of Secrets and The Prisoner of Azkaban. As with previous parts, I’m assuming most of you have read the series so there will be spoilers for the plot! I think I […]

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My August

People, summer is almost over. Kiddo turns one today and I’ve been thinking about this year a lot, what with going over my blogging resolutions and challenges and spending some time away from home. It’s been a great year so far and I can only hope the last four months will be just as good! I’m excited […]

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Challenges and Resolutions

Wow, how has the year gone by so fast? It’s the end of August, people, and I feel like it should be April or something. But I still have more than four months of blogging to go in 2015, so I thought I should do a little review of how well I’m holding on with […]

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Half a War by Joe Abercrombie

This is the third and final part of The Shattered Sea trilogy, which means there will inevitably be spoilers for books 1 and 2. Here are my reviews for Half a King and Half the World. I think I like this cover best of all – not that those for the first two books were bad – but LOOK, […]

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The Classics Spin #2

This is my second time participating in The Classics Spin, hosted by The Classics Club. My first one resulted in reading Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale, which was amazing and terrifying. I made a self-imposed resolution in January to read more classics this year, which hasn’t happened yet, so I’m giving myself a little push. The point of […]