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ARC Review: An Easy Death by Charlaine Harris

Title: An Easy Death Author: Charlaine Harris Genre: Dystopia, Magic, Wild West-ish Series: Gunnie Rose Received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.  Summary:  In a new trilogy that presents a chilling alternate history of the United States where everyone believes in magic—but no one is sure whether they can trust it. Gunnie Lizbeth…

Review: Paradise Girl by Phill Featherstone

Title: Paradise Girl Author: Phill Featherstone Genre: YA Dystopian Warnings: Lots of death, attempted assault Silver linings of warnings: Some of the best written suspenseful scenes I’ve read in a long while. Overall Rating:  A highly infectious and incurable virus spreads worldwide. Seventeen-year-old Kerryl Shaw and her family live on a remote farm and think they will be safe,…

Book Challenge Day 7

Day 07 – Most underrated book This one might be one of those ones that I’m just completely missing the point. I only know one other person who has read the book and subsequently the series that I am about to mention. Uglies by Scott Westerfeld Maybe it’s just that I don’t know the right…

Review: The Girl in the Road

This wasn’t a book I was honestly sure I would like, because it’s not something that’s typically within my comfort zone. When it comes to dystopian novels I will admit I usually reach for a book that has a bit more of a familiar setting to me than the one found here in The Girl…

Extras by Scott Westerfeld

Extras by Scott Westerfeld My rating: 4 of 5 stars Slight Spoilers If the previous books were about the world’s obsession with looks, not being invisible and the need to be something you’re not in order to feel special than this book is about the obsession with reality TV and the need to expose everything…

Specials by Scott Westerfeld

Specials by Scott Westerfeld My rating: 4 of 5 stars This book was the one I had the hardest time getting into out of the series thus far but yet the end was fantastic. The development and growth of Tally after the degradation of yet another manipulation was supremely well done. The thought of invisibility,…