Tag: young adult

May 23

Book Review: Provenance

Provenance by Ann Leckie This book has a much lighter feel than the Ancillary Justice books. It starts out with Ingray, a young foster-daughter of an important politician trying to do something daring and risky in order to win her mother’s favor. Pretty soon there’s mistaken identity, a murder mystery, stolen artifacts, secret romances, sibling …

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Oct 14

Book Review: Anna and the French Kiss

Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins I was watching a cooking show once where a chef won a contest by making a simple dish. The other chefs complained that she had made something too rustic, too simple, but the judges said that a good dish done flawlessly will win over a complex dish …

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Oct 10

Book Review: Fallen

Fallen by Lauren Kate What do you get when you have a beautiful teenage girl at a creepy boarding school where she meets a couple of cute boys who are both interested in her? Well, in the case of FALLEN, you have a promising YA supernatural romance that loses it in the last three chapters. …

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