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Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children- Ransom Riggs

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“I had just come to accept that my life would be ordinary when extraordinary things began to happen.

I received this trilogy for Christmas this year and was not disappointed. I have seen this series floating around in the book-iverse for quite some time and was always interested in picking it up. But I never quite knew what it was. Is it a young adult novel? Is it just straight up fantasy? What is it? Tell me! It is billed as a young adult novel, though I found some very adult themes running through out and if I had read this as a teenager or “young adult” I would definitely have had nightmares. It does feel somewhere in between Harry Potter and The Magician’s.

The premise is simple enough to follow; a boy, Jacob, witnesses his grandfather’s murder by some monster that only he can see. Then he sends…

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The Serpent King by Jeff Zentner

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Kindle Edition, 384 pages
Expected publication: March 8th, 2016 by Crown Books for Young Readers/Random House

Judging by the title, I thought this book had some fantasy/magical elements in it (I hate knowing too much about a book before I start reading it since it tends to spoil my reading experience more often than not). I was obviously wrong. This book is a very realistic depiction of what it can be like to grow up as a social outcast. And my god, was this done ever so majestically.


~Goodreads Synopsis~

Dill has had to wrestle with vipers his whole life—at home, as the only son of a Pentecostal minister who urges him to handle poisonous rattlesnakes, and at school, where he faces down bullies who target him for his father’s extreme faith and very public fall from grace.

He and his fellow outcast friends must try to make it through…

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Assassin’s Heart Review

Assassin's Heart (Assassin's Heart, #1)Assassin’s Heart by Sarah Ahiers

Publisher: HarperTeen

Publication date: February 2nd 2016

My rating: 4.5 stars

In the kingdom of Lovero, nine rival Families of assassins lawfully kill people for a price. As a highly skilled member of one of these powerful clans, seventeen-year-old Lea Saldana has always trusted in the strength of her Family. Until she awakens to find them murdered and her home in flames. The Da Vias, the Saldanas’ biggest enemy, must be responsible—and Lea should have seen it coming. But her secret relationship with the Da Vias’ son, Val, has clouded her otherwise killer instinct—and given the Da Vias more reason than ever to take her Family down.

Racked with guilt and shattered over Val’s probable betrayal, Lea sets out to even the score, with her heart set on retaliation and only one thought clear in her mind: make the Da Vias pay.

With shades of…

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