Review: Soundless by Richelle Mead

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Today’s post is going to be my review on Soundless by Richelle Mead. Soundless is about a girl named Fei who lives in a village that is on top of a mountain. In Fei’s village, the people mine for medals and send them to the township that is at the base of the mountain. The way that they send the medals down the mountain is by zip line because many years before the path to go down the mountain was blocked off with rocks caused by an avalanche. Oh, and that is not even half of their problems, everyone in the village are deaf so they communicate by sign language but now people are starting to lose their sight which is a huge problem. Not only that, the township is sending them less food because they are not minding as much as they had. One day in the middle of the night Fei regains her hearing and that is when the story truly begins.fullsizerender Continue reading “Review: Soundless by Richelle Mead”

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Review- Glass Sword by: Victoria Aveyard

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In this post I will be reviewing Glass Sword by Victoria Aveyard, the second book in the Red Queen series. I have a non-spoiler review and a review with spoilers  for Red Queen if you want to check those out first.  There will be some Red Queen spoilers here, so if you have not read Red Queen DO NOT read this review. Now let’s get into the review.

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Everything, Everything – By: Nicola Yoon -Review

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I precent to you something that has been long a waited (at least for me) a book review! This will be spoiler free so do not fear and read on. This review is on Everything, Everything by: Nicola Yoon which is her debut book. Okay, I want to say this first because I do not want this to happen to anyone. So when I got the book I was admiring how beautiful it was, then I noticed that there is one random black page. I thought “I wonder what is on this page?”, my theory was that, that page marked a point where extras will begin like a Q and A or something like that. I went on to look at the page and boy was I wrong! This page had three words on it and as soon as I read it I wished that I could take it back. Talk about being spoiled! Yes I spoiled myself I thought so thats how its gonna end. While reading the book I kept thinking I know how its gonna end, but I was wrong it did go a different direction. Long story short don’t read that black page you will not be happy with yourself. Now on to the actual review.

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Finding Audrey By: Sophie Kinsella :Review

Audrey has gone through a traumatic experience that has left her in a very fragile state. Audrey has social anxiety and to cope with this she stays at home and wears dark glasses because she can’t deal with eye contact. Finding Audrey is about her struggles on how to get better as well as her family and how they are coping with things as well.

When I first picked up this book (thank you to Carleny for letting me borrow it), I did not know what to expect. As soon as the first few pages of meeting Audrey I felt connected to her. The way that she explained her social anxiety I could relate to and I couldn’t wait to see what her journey would be like.

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Red Queen by: Victoria Aveyard :Review

“In school, we learned about the world before ours, about the angles and gods that lived in the sky, ruling the earth with kind and loving hands. Some say those are just stories, but I don’t believe that.

The gods rule us still. They have come down from the stars. And they are no longer kind.” -Mare Barrow

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Red Queen is a story about a world where the people are separated by blood. There are the Silvers who have magical abilities and the Reds who do not and serve the Silvers. Mare is Red but one day in front of the King she discovers that she has magical abilities. How can that be? After all, Mare is just a Red, isn’t she?

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