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“Thanks for the Trouble” by Tommy Wallach

I have been incredibly lucky in that the last few book I’ve read have been pure genius. Thanks for the Trouble is no exception. I bought this book when I was in Dymocks in Queen St Mall, forever and a day … Continue reading

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“Touched by an Angel” by Jonathan Morris

One of my beautiful friends, who sadly lives in Melbourne and NOT in Brisbane, bought me this book when she went over to the US. This particular book was a Barnes and Noble exclusive and it is so pretty. Seriously, this … Continue reading

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“Monsters of Men” (Chaos Walking #3) by Patrick Ness

I did it! I finished the Chaos Walking trilogy! And in only ten days! This may actually be a personal best for me. Chaos Walking was a story that continued to evolve right up until the final moments of the story. In The … Continue reading

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“The Ask and the Answer” (Chaos Walking #2) by Patrick Ness

I read the last few pages of this book aloud to my boyfriend, trying to explain in Ness’ own words why he should be reading this series. Ness is simply a genius. Ness has this amazing ability to tie in … Continue reading

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“The Night Circus” by Erin Morgenstern

I have been meaning to read this book for years. I’d see it on the shelf at Dymocks, hold it, sniff it, and sometimes carry it around the store before I’d put it back down and walk away.  Eventually, The Night … Continue reading

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“Me and Earl and the Dying Girl” by Jesse Andrews

I’m going to jump right in: I’m not entirely sure what the point of this book was. After finishing it, I didn’t feel any different. No new revelations, no emotional ramifications. All I felt was a desperate need to see … Continue reading

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“The Name of the Wind” by Patrick Rothfuss

I was given this book for my birthday. In March. The Name of the Wind has sat on my shelf since March. I have waited almost six months to read this book. In fact, I probably still wouldn’t have read it … Continue reading

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