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The Fiction Freak

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Nikki Wang is a 14 year old wild, spastic, and slightly insane book blogger. She is, of course, a huge book nerd who doesn't know what other people do with their time if they don't like reading and likes to devour Nutella and other sugary substances by the jar. She will be murdered one day because of her lack of internet safety and firmly believes that she is a stereotypical asian and lives a rather interesting YA book-esque life with a long lost sister and all that. She can be bribed by peppermint kisses and Christmas spirit.



Bookmarked Thoughts

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I actually did a post like this before, but I thought I’d rewrite it, JUST BECAUSE (and also because I can’t find it and I REALLY want to write this.)  Picture Books There are two books I remember specifically reading as a kid, and you can find these exact words in my About Me: Stories section. “I first started reading, I think, because my favorite picture book had to do with Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck where Mickey Mouse was collecting acorns and […]

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A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas

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  *Bows down to Sarah J. Maas*   If you’re not already scrambling to get your hands on this book (because Sarah J. Maas), I’m here to convince you why you should drive to your nearest bookstore on release day and snatch it up before anyone else does. Because you should, you really really should. We all know how brilliant Maas is with her characters, her worlds, and her words, and while A Court of Thorns and Roses (Let’s just call it A Court) […]

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Nil Unlocked by Lynne Matson

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In case you don’t remember, I kind of loved Nil, but when I heard that there was going to be a sequel, my reaction was a mix of: HOLY SHIT HOLY SHIT YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS MORE MORE MORE NIL MOARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR. and Omg Sequel Syndrome though. Ah, I shouldn’t have doubted Lynne Matson. There were a lot of things I loved about Nil, but there were so many different things about Nil Unlocked that I loved. The story delivers on the promise the title makes, and […]

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Crimson Bound by Rosamund Hodge

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Spell binding.  I adored Cruel Beauty. I adored it so much I named it one of my 2014 Favorites. It was stunning and fantastical and…what if Crimson Bound let me down? What if it wasn’t as fantastic as Cruel Beauty? What if this book would ruin Rosamund Hodge’s books for me? But it didn’t. This book was just as amazing as Cruel Beauty and there’s very very little I won’t fangirl over in this novel. From heroines and legends to villains and monsters […]

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