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A Clockwork Heart by Liesel Schwartz ~ A Review


A Clockwork Heart by Liesel Schwarz Illustrated by: N/A Series: The Chronicles of Light and Shadow (Book 2) Published: Del Ray, August 2013 Edition: eBook Length: 320 pages Genre: Steampunk, Science Fiction, Alternative Historical Fiction, Paranormal, Fantasy, YA Where Did I Get It? Kindly received for review from NetGalley Summary (from Goodreads): FOR BETTER OR CURSE.… Continue reading A Clockwork Heart by Liesel Schwartz ~ A Review

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Emerald (Pale Blue Dot #1) by R. L. Smith ~ A Review


Emerald by Rosemary L. Smith Illustrated by: N/A Series: Pale Blue Dot #1 Published: Rosemary Smith, 10th July 2013 Edition: Kindle Length: 329 pages Genre: Science Fiction, YA Fiction Where Did I Get It? Amazon Kindle Store Summary (from Goodreads): A fast paced action and adventure story for young adults and those who would like to be. Set… Continue reading Emerald (Pale Blue Dot #1) by R. L. Smith ~ A Review

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Three Little Dinosaurs ~ A Book Review


Three Little Dinosaurs by Charles Fuge Illustrated by: Charles Fuge Published: Parragon Books, 2013 Edition: Paperback Length: 24 pages Genre: Young Children’s, dinosaurs, Picture books Where Did I Get It?: Received for review as part of Parragon Book’s BookBuddies scheme Summary (From Amazon): With its sweet illustrations, appealing characters, and clever concept, Charles Fuge’s wonderful new… Continue reading Three Little Dinosaurs ~ A Book Review

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August Reading Summary


I was determined to catch up and keep up with my target reading this month in the hopes of making my 75 Books in 2013 challenge possible. With this in mind, I read: The Story Sisters by Alice Hoffman, 4/5* (Full review here) The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman, 5/5*: One of those books that… Continue reading August Reading Summary