Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock by Matthew Quick – 5 Star Review


Read: July 12, 2017

“I’m trying to let him know what I’m about to do.
I’m hoping he can save me, even though I realize he can’t.”
― Matthew Quick, Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock

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The Witch of Blackbird Pond by Elizabeth George Speare – 5 Star Review


Read: July 5, 2017

“Tis a strange thing, that the only friends I have I found in the same way, lying flat in the meadows, crying as if their hearts would break.”
― Elizabeth George Speare, The Witch of Blackbird Pond

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Eve: The Awakening (Eve #1) by Jenna Moreci – 4 Star Review


Read: June 28, 2017

“All right, people, listen up, because I’m only saying this once! You’re all a bunch of ducklings, and I’m your devilishly handsome daddy duck. That means you’re following my ass out of this place, you hear me?”

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The Many Worlds of Albie Bright by Christopher Edge – 5 Star Review


Read: June 24, 2017

We’re all made of stardust. And when I look up at the night sky — into the heavens — Mum will always be there.
The Many Worlds of Albie Bright, Christopher Edge

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The Girl With All the Gifts by M.R. Carey – 4 Star Review


Read: June 2, 2017

“You’re my bread,” she says at last. “When I’m hungry. I don’t mean that I want to eat you, Miss Justineau! I really don’t! I’d rather die than do that. I just mean… you fill me up the way the bread does to the man in the song. You make me feel like I don’t need anything else.”
― M.R. Carey, The Girl with All the Gifts

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Aristotle & Dante Discover The Secrets of the Universe by Benjamin Alire Sáenz – 3 Star Review


Read: June 22, 2017

“The summer sun was not meant for boys like me. Boys like me belonged to the rain.”
― Benjamin Alire Sáenz, Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe

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Furthermore (Furthermore #1) by Tahereh Mafi – 5 Star Review


Read: May 29, 2017

“Alice was an odd girl, even for Ferenwood, where the sun occasionally rained and the colors were brighter than usual and magic was as common as a frowning parent.”

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