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Tabula Rasa by Kristen Lippert-Martin

Posted June 26, 2014 by Brin in Reviews / 1 Comment
Tabula Rasa by Kristen Lippert-Martin

Tabula Rasa is the debut novel from Kristen Lippert-Martin, an exciting science fiction/dystopian tale described as a cross between The Bourne Identity and Divergent. This description certainly caught my attention and I was really excited to read this. Was it a flawless read? No. Did it deliver on its promises? Not entirely. Still, I thought it was a strong debut and I am definitely interested in reading the next entry in what looks […]

Tristant and Elijah by Jennifer Lavoie

Posted June 22, 2014 by Brin in Reviews / 0 Comments
Tristant and Elijah by Jennifer Lavoie

I really enjoyed Jennifer Lavoie’s debut novel Andy Squared so when I saw this book on Netgalley I just knew I had to request it. I was over the moon when I was approved – thank you Bold Stroke Books! Tristant and Elijah was a really sweet story about an out high-school boy called Tristant who, along with his long-time crush Elijah, uncovers a somewhat illicit-sounding letter in amongst his great-uncle’s belongings. The […]

The Red Sheet by Mia Kerick

Posted February 26, 2014 by Brin in Reviews / 3 Comments
The Red Sheet by Mia Kerick

The Red Sheet by Mia Kerick was a thoroughly engrossing read. I would go as far to say it is my favourite book that she has written so far (and that is high praise since I really adored Intervention and Not Broken, Just Bent). This is the story of high school jock Bryan Dennison. Bryan is not a nice lad. He is a bit of a bully in fact. He […]

2013 – This Past Year in Review

Posted December 31, 2013 by Brin in Discussion Posts / 0 Comments
2013 – This Past Year in Review

Well 2013 has really zoomed by. I swear every year seems to go quicker than the previous one. I remember being told that when I was a youngster and I never really believed it but it is totally true! This year has been quite a strange one for me. I have alluded to some of the troubles I have been having in previous posts but have never really explained what […]