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A Very Quick Review: This is the sequel to Cinder, of The Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer. So I’m not going into great detail besides the basics so I don’t give anything away to anyone wanting to read these books. To sum up, it’s the perfect sequel. I still feel Cinder is hoping for a way to feel accepted for her differences, not just by others but by herself as well. We meet Scarlet, who is an amazing new character and is searching for truth as secrets are revealed throughout this story.

And I loved the ending. Exciting and kept me on the edge of my seat and wanting more! Looking forward to book 3!!

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Owned?:  No, library
Page count: 390
My summary: Nigeria, 2066. The town of Rosewater clusters around an alien biodome. Kaaro has been here since the start. He is a sensitive, a finder who can locate anything in the xenosphere, a psychic dimension. But he is not alone. The sensitives are dying. And soon, Kaaro will have to fight for all he has.
My rating: 4/5
My commentary:

Here’s another one I picked up just…because! The synopsis on the back is even shorter than my summary up there, I didn’t really know anything going in, and didn’t really have any expectations. Overall, while it’s not the kind of thing that I usually read or that usually hooks me, I was engaged with this book and enjoyed it well enough.

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How’s your day going? 🤔🤔

Today is the fourth day of my December Bookish Challenge, Green Books! This was surprisingly difficult. You don’t realize how few books you have of a specific colour until you need them for a challenge 😅

Today has been ROUGH and it’s only 11:30. My job is very busy and though it keeps me on my toes, it can get seriously exhausting. I can already see myself taking a nap after work 😴😴

IG: @daylafm

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I knew I had a likeness somewhere. It’s not recent, of course. He must have been in his twenties or thirties. He’d be well over a hundred now. Quite a good looking young man, was the infamous Ezra Squall, as you can see - although I suppose that’s an unfashionable opinion these days. For goodness sake, don’t tell anyone I called a mass murderer handsome.“


Who else freaked out during the reveal?😅😬 I mean I kind of saw it happening but it didn’t really click to me yet.

Also "I knew I had a likeness somewhere” does this mean ezra Squall is Dame Chandas’ type?🤔😂🤣

I mean, no one found it odd that Dame was simping over a picture of Squall at night!?!

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Originally posted by juliettecousin

Nonfiction Books About Dogs

How the Dog Became the Dog” by Mark Derr

The Dog: A Natural History” by  Ádám Miklósi

The Hidden Life of Dogs” by Elizabeth Marshall Thomas

What the Dog Knows: Scent, Science and the Amazing Ways Dogs Perceive the World” by Cat Warren

The Other End of the Leash” by Patricia McConnell“E.B. White on Dogs” by E.B. White
Caesar’s Way” by Caesar Milan
Inside of a Dog” by Alexandra Horowitz
The Genius of Dogs” by Brian hare

Children’s Dog Books

  • Good Dog, Carl” by Alexandra Day
  • Harry the Dirty Dog” by Gene Zion
  • Clifford, the Big Red Dog” by Norman Bridwell
  • Madeline Finn and the Library Dog” by Lisa Papp
  • The Poky Little Puppy” by Janette Sebring Lowrey 
  • Five True Dog Stories” by Margaret Davidson
  • The Bravest Dog Ever” by Natalie Standiford

Middle Reader Books

  • Because of Winn-Dixie” by Kate DiCamillo
  • Thunder From the Sea” by Joan Hiatt Harlow 
  • Argos: The Story of Odysseus as Told by His Loyal Dog” by Ralph Hardy
  • A Dog’s Life: The Autobiography of a Stray” by Ann M. Martin
  • Old Yeller” by Fred Gipson
  • Where the Red Fern Grows” by Wilson Rawls
  • Shiloh” by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
  • Sounder” William H. Armstrong
  • Fell” by David Clement-Davies
  • Lone Wolf” by Kathryn Lasky
  • Tornado” by Betsy Byars 

Canine Classics

  • Lassie Come-Home” by Eric Knight
  • White Fang” and “Call of the Wild” by Jack London
  • The Hundred and One Dalmatians” byDodie Smith
  • Lad: A Dog” by Albert Payson Terhune
  • The Plague Dogs” by Richard Adams
  • The Incredible Journey” by Sheila Burnford
  • Travels with Charley: In Search of America” by John Steinbeck
  • Irish Red” by Jim Kjelgaard

Dog Literature

  • A Dog’s Purpose” by W. Bruce Cameron
  • Until Tuesday” by Luis Montalvan
  • The Art of Racing in the Rain” by Garth Stein
  • Marley and Me” by John Grogan
  • How Dogs Love Us” by Gregory Berns
  • Cujo” by Stephen King
  • Must Love Dogs” by Claire Cook
  • A Dog Named Christmas” by Greg Kincaird
  • Kavik the Wolf Dog” by Walt Morey

True Dog Stories 

  • Merle’s Door” by Ted Karasote
  • Following Atticus” by Tom Ryan
  • Hello Love” by Karen McQuestion
  • Amazing Gracie” by Dan Dye
  • Shelter Dogs” by Peg Kehret
  • A Big Little Life” by Dean Koontz
  • Winter Dance” by Gary Paulsen
  • A Wolf Named Romeo” by Nick Jans
  • You Had Me at Woof” by Julie Klam
  • The Dog Who Could Fly” by Damien Lewis

Poetry Books on Dogs

  • Dog Songs” by Mary Oliver
  • Love That Dog” by Shannon Creech
  • Unleashed: Poems by Writers’ Dogs” edited by Amy Hempel and Jim Shepard
  • The Poetry of Dogs: A Collection” edited by Olwen Way
  • Old Toffer’s Book of Consequential Dogs” by Christopher Reid
  • Doggerel: Poems About Dogs” edited by Carmela Ciuraru
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What We Leave Behind by Alison McGhee


“After his dad commits suicide, Will tries to overcome his own misery by secretly helping the people around him in this story made up of one hundred chapters of one hundred words each.

Sixteen-year-old Will spends most of his days the same way: Working at the Dollar Only store, trying to replicate his late father’s famous cornbread recipe, and walking the streets of Los Angeles. Will started walking after his father committed suicide, and three years later he hasn’t stopped. But there are some places Will can’t walk by: The blessings store with the chest of 100 Chinese blessings in the back, the bridge on Fourth Street where his father died, and his childhood friend Playa’s house.

When Will learns Playa was raped at a party—a party he was at, where he saw Playa, and where he believes he could have stopped the worst from happening if he hadn’t left early—it spurs Will to stop being complacent in his own sadness and do some good in the world. He begins to leave small gifts for everyone in his life, from Superman the homeless guy he passes on his way to work, to the Little Butterfly Dude he walks by on the way home, to Playa herself. And it is through those acts of kindness that Will is finally able to push past his own trauma and truly begin to live his life again. Oh, and discover the truth about that cornbread.”


Add this book to your TBR on Goodreads here.


Have you read this book? Would you recommend it? 


Happy reading!

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So after losing my mom two months ago I decided I had to follow my dreams just like she would want me to. She wouldn’t want me to be scared. She’d want me to just go for it. And one of those dreams was to start a book blog. So that’s exactly what I did.

So go follow my blog

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And never be afraid to follow your dreams 🙏🏽♥️

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