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Book Review: Mina Cortez by Jeffrey Cook

I’m just going to collapse face first for a moment. I don’t know what has been with me the last few months. My brain has apparently been on some sort of strike.

But I’m here now! I think! And with me, I bring you another review! -commence gasps, ooh’s and aah’s-

“But when even her history teacher knew she was all set to become a lifelong florist, she had to admit it. She was doomed.”

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Book Review; The Children of Dreki: Tyr by NR Tupper

Alright, alright, let’s hear it for some SciFi representation! I know it doesn’t happen much, and I have mentioned before SciFi isn’t really my thing. (And on a completely unrelated note, I now have ”Satisified” from Hamilton stuck in my head.) I decided to this book a chance anyways, especially since the last SciFi book I picked up from a NaNo member was afreakingmazing (Domechild).

The next books to come up for review will be Allison Barnard’s Unforeseen , Jeffrey Cook and AJ Downey’s There But For The Grace and Brandon Varnell’s A Fox’s Love.

The things we are, the things we were, the things we want to be, it can all get so muddled sometimes. I don’t want to be what I was…

 

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