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Between My Lines does #CleanSweepARC 15

Between My Lines does #CleanSweepARC 15

April 28, 2015 Book Event 17

Every May, Kim @ The Caffeinated Book Reviewer, hosts a challenge to sweep through as many of those ARCs (advanced reader copies for those in the dark) as you can.  I love the idea of getting my arc’s shipshape before the summer really begins so I’m jumping on board again… Read more »

Book Review : 99 Days by Katie Cotugno

Book Review : 99 Days by Katie Cotugno

April 16, 2015 Book review 9 ★★★★

Warning, warning if you detest books about cheating, then this one is not for you.  If however you want a book that deals with cheating in an agonising, uncomfortable, squirmy way that draws you in despite your misgivings, then read on! First Line of 99 Days by Katie Cotugno: “Julie… Read more »

Book Review : The Memory Key by Liana Liu

Book Review : The Memory Key by Liana Liu

February 25, 2015 Book review 9 ★★★

I adored the premise of this book.  Memory is such a fascinating subject and the idea that your memories can be manipulated by a devise sent my mind reeling in all directions.  It is such a disturbing and exciting theme that I couldn’t wait to dive into the book. First… Read more »

Book Review : First Frost by Sarah Addison Allen

Book Review : First Frost by Sarah Addison Allen

January 28, 2015 Book review 15 ★★★★

This book is one of those special books that you should pick up when you want a quick injection of pick-me-up.  It’s full of all kinds of goodness from quirky characters to cutesy magic.  Read it and smile! First Line of First Frost by Sarah Addison Allen: “Bay Waverley-Hopkins raced… Read more »

Book Review : When by Victoria Laurie

Book Review : When by Victoria Laurie

January 13, 2015 Book review 24 ★★★½

This book had me so excited.  The creepy cover and the “would you want to know” tagline hooked me right in.  And if you like a Sc Fi/Cri Fi genre mix-up then this might be just the book for you. First Line of When by Victoria Laurie: “I’m not exactly sure… Read more »