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UnWholly by Neal Shusterman

The fact that I started this book so soon after finishing the first one in the series (Unwind) is an indication of how much I really liked it. Unwind, that is. And the thing with books like Unwind (aka pretty spectacular books) is that they set the bar pretty high for what follows. I didn't… Continue reading UnWholly by Neal Shusterman

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Unwind – Neal Shusterman

I have recently begun watching a lot of Booktube and one of the Booktubers (I don't remember which one) claimed this book to have one of the creepiest and chilling premise for a book. Naturally, I looked into it.  I liked what I read on Goodreads and I got a copy for my Kindle. My… Continue reading Unwind – Neal Shusterman

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#2 Social Media diss

Social Media and I had a very brief, disappointing affair a long time ago and we decided - mutually, of course - to forget about each other and pretend it never happened. I have held up my end of the deal beautifully - I deleted (yes, permanently) my Face"book" account, my Instagram account and refused to acknowledge the presence of Snapchat. I moved on and - I suppose, since we're no longer in touch - so did Social Media.

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#1 (Don’t) Judge a blog by it’s design

Well, it hasn't been long since I started this blog and things are already behind schedule. Let's see. I planned to write at least 1-2 book reviews each week. I even enlisted the help of trusty ole excel to help me keep track of the abundant content I would, no doubt, be flooding my blog with. My blog wouldn't know what hit it. It turned out to be partially true: my blog didn't know what hit it because nothing did.