Category: ARC

More Than We Can Tell

More Than We Can Tell

My Thoughts: Brigid Kemmerer’s Letters to the Lost was one of my favorite books last year. So I was going to be excited for any book she had coming out this year. But then I found out that More Than We Can Tell is set in the same town as Letters to… Read more »

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The Night Diary

The Night Diary

My Thoughts: I first heard about this book at BEA of last year. When the editor was talking about it I had one of those moments when I became aware that there was a huge hole in my knowledge of important world history. She mentioned that the book was set… Read more »

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White Rabbit

White Rabbit

My Thoughts: I absolutely loved Caleb Roehrig’s debut, Last Seen Leaving. I don’t typically gravitate toward thriller/suspense novels but Caleb’s intrigued me and I devoured it. Of course I was so excited for White Rabbit. And of course I absolutely loved it as well! Maybe even more! First of all… Rufus. Oh my stars…. Read more »

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I Have Lost My Way

I Have Lost My Way

My Thoughts: I have been a huge fan of Gayle Forman ever since I read If I Stay back in 2011. If you read my review you can see that I connected with that one in a really personal way. I went on to read and love Where She Went. And Just One… Read more »

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Boots on the Ground

Boots on the Ground

My Thoughts: Pretty much everything I know about the history of the Vietnam War came from reading Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War. That book was totally fascinating and gave me a lot of background knowledge I was lacking. But I knew there was still… Read more »

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Royals

Royals

My Thoughts: I have long been a fan of Rachel Hawkins books. I read Hex Hall back before I started blogging and have eagerly anticipated (and loved!) every book of her’s since then! (Check out my love for Rebel Belle and Journey’s End.) But this book. Oh, this book. I… Read more »

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The Cruel Prince

The Cruel Prince

My Thoughts: Holly Black was one of the first YA authors I started reading and she’s been a favorite ever since. I remember reading her LiveJournal and following her on twitter right when I signed up for it. After reading her Modern Faerie Tale books I was (and continue to… Read more »

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Not If I Save You First

Not If I Save You First

My Thoughts: I totally devoured this book in one sitting. It was so much fun! Honestly, I think this is my new favorite Ally Carter book. And that’s saying a lot because I love all her books so much! I love that the book starts with 10-year-old Maddie and Logan. They’re… Read more »

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