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Blog Tour: Jane, Unlimited by Kristen Cashore (Review + Giveaway)

Posted September 20, 2017 by Kara in blog tour, book review, Kara / 3 Comments
Blog Tour: Jane, Unlimited by Kristen Cashore (Review + Giveaway)

Hey, so I was lucky enough to get myself on the Jane, Unlimited blog tour. I wasn’t a fan of Kristin Cashore before this. I mean, I’ve heard a lot about her books and I plan to read her Graceling Trilogy at some point, but I haven’t yet. Something about this book spoke to me though, and when I was invited to be on the tour (I honestly mostly hate blog tours because I always hate the book), I took the chance. So glad I did. My review follows this, and at the end of the post is a giveaway more »

Book Review: Rocks Fall, Everyone Dies

Posted June 9, 2016 by Kara in book review, Kara / 1 Comment
Book Review: Rocks Fall, Everyone Dies

Rocks Fall, Everyone Dies is a very special little book. It was this book, and Lindsay Ribar’s writing in particular, that helped me get over an incredibly serious reading slump. Sometimes, to reset your brain,  it takes a book that is so unlike anything you have ever read. And in that, this book was the perfect palate cleanser. It’s genre defying–paranormal, fantasy, mind bender, thriller, coming-of-age, etc. It also raises some really important questions about the meaning of free will and just how important it is. Aspen is pretty much a shitty person. Why? Because he has the ability to reach more »

Book Review: The Accident Season

Posted August 31, 2015 by Kara in book review, Kara / 4 Comments
Book Review: The Accident Season

I was sent this ARC unsolicited for review. My opinions are my own and not influenced by the ARC I received. The Accident Season started out really well. I loved the writing, though it got a bit purple at times, and there was a whole lot of creepy stuff going on. The premise is amazing: accident-prone family and the mystery surrounding why that happens every October. But here’s the thing. I am not the type of person that likes to be taken for a ride, and this book felt very misleading and disingenuous to me. It was not honest about more »