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This Week in Books

This Week in Books

Silver Shadows:

So…there’s no Silver Shadows stuff this week…but I felt like it was worth a mention anyway…

Books Read:

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Stacking the Shelves


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Beth Crowley – Porcelain Heart
(It’s not technically a book, but it TOTALLY COUNTS, ok? If you have not listened to this person yet, then go do it now).

Other than that, no books this week. The book buying ban is still happening, you can check my progress here.


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Waiting On Wednesday: Atlantia

Waiting On Wednesday: Atlantia

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Author: Ally Condie

Release Date: 28 October, 2014

Synopsis (from Goodreads): Can you hear Atlantia breathing?

For as long as she can remember, Rio has dreamt of the sand and sky Above—of life beyond her underwater city of Atlantia. But in a single moment, all her plans for the future are thwarted when her twin sister, Bay, makes an unexpected decision, stranding Rio…

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Coach’s speech before every match:
Top Ten Tuesday

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This Week’s Topic: Top Ten Authors I’ve Only read one book from, but I NEED to read more

1. Jim Butcher
I’ve read the first Dresden Files, and while I really enjoyed it, I haven’t got a to reading the rest yet.

2. Matthew Reilly
I’ve read Contest, and I did really like it. My mum and brother have read all his other stuff.

3. Neal Shusterman
I’ve read Unwind, and…

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What doesn’t kill you will come back to kill you later - a biography of Percy Jackson


harry and hermione’s relationship is so important because it shows that two characters can love each other deeply but not in a romantic way and there are not enough boy/girl unconditional, innocent friendships like that in books and that is why i am refusing to accept that J.K. wanted them together




If I could download a dragon all the cops in the world couldn’t stop me



a villain that became a villain not because they seek vengeance or crave power but because villains always have better one-liners, outfits, and musical numbers