Remembering Eragon

Hey, friends! I hope you have been having a great week! I have spent it enrolling and applying for loans so I can start grad school in August—which is simultaneously exciting and terrifying. In my down time, I just recently finished re-reading Eragon by Christopher Paolini. This is another of those novels I read in... Continue Reading →

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Prior Passions

Hey, everyone! So, I recently finished reading Passion by Lauren Kate, the third installment in her Fallen series. It is preceded by Fallen and Torment. I cannot remember how I came across this series. Most likely it was one which sparked my intrigue as I was perusing books in Barnes and Noble. Covers speak to... Continue Reading →

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Calye’s Corner: Final Fantasy XIII Review

Hey, everyone! I just *FINALLY* finished Final Fantasy XIII after a ridiculous amount of time. Be easy on me, because I do not spend much time playing. So, it takes me a long time to complete games. On that note, I actually liked this game more than I thought I would. However, I have heard... Continue Reading →

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A Review: Scurrying Scorpions

Title:  The House of the Scorpion Author:  Nancy Farmer Release Date:  2002 Publisher:  Scholastic Inc. Genre:  Young Adult Fiction, Dystopian Fiction, Science Fiction Length:  380 pages Status: Series Sum It Up (from Amazon) Matteo Alacrán was not born; he was harvested. His DNA came from El Patrón, lord of a country called Opium--a strip of... Continue Reading →

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A Review: The Treacherous World of Wizarding

Title:  The Wizard Heir Author:  Cinda Williams Chima Release Date:  April 24, 2007 Publisher:  Disney Hyperion Genre:  Speculative Fiction Length:  458 pages Status: Series Sum It Up (from Amazon) Sixteen year old wizard Seph McCauley has spent the past 3 years bouncing from one exclusive private school to another. Orphaned as a baby, Seph was... Continue Reading →

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A Review: Oddities

What’s up, guys?! Glad to have you on my website! So, I am looking at a review of Forever Odd by Dean Koontz, a horror/thriller writer that has been compared to Stephen King. Forever Odd is the second installment in the Odd Thomas series. These novels have been mysterious and thrilling—as expected from this genre.... Continue Reading →

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The Deciding Factor

In the past several years of my life it seems I have grown more and more indecisive. This provides a certain level of paradoxical behavior, considering the fact that the older you get and the more you move out on your own, so to speak, the more decisions one would be forced to make. (Let’s... Continue Reading →

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Charming the Falcons: A Book Review

Hey, all! So, a little bit ago I completed Snakecharm by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes, the second novel in her Kiesha’ra series. I do not know how many of you got a chance to read my post in the past about Hawksong, but basically, that novel is one of my all-time favorites. It is an easy read,... Continue Reading →

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