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Crossed Book Review

I think I was quite slow in finishing this book. I was still interested in the story but the second installment I found boring in some ways and kind of exciting in another and then annoying. The first discipline I had to learn was that when reading a story like this requires me think like… Continue reading Crossed Book Review

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Pandemonium Book Review

Pandemonium is the second book in the Delirium trilogy by Lauren Oliver. We follow alternating scenes of Lena’s present life back in the city and her life in the Wilds. The transition is well layed-out that it doesn’t become irritating or confusing. Knowing that Alex isn’t around pose challenges for Lena to face on her… Continue reading Pandemonium Book Review

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Catch Up Challenge

I signed up for this┬áchallenge┬áto keep my readings regular because in my opinion just like doing fitness and keeping up with a diet plan, someone or something that keeps me accountable for my routine motivates me not directly but it is at the back of my head and it somehow pushes me. Below is a… Continue reading Catch Up Challenge

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Matched book review

It is definitely unlike the other dystopian books I have read recently. Although the plot of having a government rule over everything that happens in your life, who you’re paired with, what you eat, where you live, etc… Everyone thinks that they are safe and sound. However, compared to Delirium, which is another dystopian book… Continue reading Matched book review

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The Scorch Trials

“So we’ve had to up the ante, and now it’s time for Phase Two. It’s time for things to get difficult.” – Rat Man, The Scorch Trials, p.57 Just when they thought they were safe, there was more to come. There are unexplainable happenings and they come across uncooperative people that may or may not… Continue reading The Scorch Trials

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The Maze Runner by James Dashner book review

This is truly an amazing book. It is the first in the trilogy preceding The Scorch Trials. It follows Thomas’ story from waking in a box up to his and the Gladers’ escape from the Maze. They all start out the same when they arrive. Their memories have been wiped out except for the basics… Continue reading The Maze Runner by James Dashner book review

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Fifty Shades of Grey book review

I admit, I didn’t finish the book myself but I do know the ending and so I may or may not spoil this book to you readers who have not finished the book yet so go go go away from this page if you don’t want to know what happens in the end yet or… Continue reading Fifty Shades of Grey book review

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Entwined book review

Alas! I have finished reading the book. I do not say this in such a manner that you would think I have been exhausted by it, rather it is ┬ábecause of how little time I’ve actually had to read this. What with all the continuous walking around town and whatnot, which at the end of… Continue reading Entwined book review

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Delirium by Lauren Oliver Book Review

The most important thing I noticed when I finished the book was the transition of Lena’s development from an ordinary citizen of a loveless city to one who is willing to sacrifice so much than to live without it. It is quite noticeable because of how my mood was at the beginning. I was rather… Continue reading Delirium by Lauren Oliver Book Review

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My Summer Reading List

It’s a long list but I’ve started and finished with some already but just to give a heads up on my agenda. So far I’ve read Divergent and Insurgent and made book reviews. Currently I’m reading Delirium which is somewhere in this list. What you’ll find mostly here are dystopian novels. The order in which… Continue reading My Summer Reading List