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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.



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  Ahhhh high school. In case you didn’t know I started freshman year of high school last year after sufficiently freaking out (All my blogging friends can testify to this lol. I went drama-queen.) Honestly I was expecting a lot for high school and well…YA HAS LIED TO MEEEEEEE. Things YA Said Would Happen (but didn’t) There are no paranormal creatures, as far as I can tell. I’ll keep y’all updated on this. No witches or Armageddon coming so far though. Cute new […]

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Daughter of Deep Silence by Carrie Ryan

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A Moment of Silence for How Amazing this Book Was Quote “Mrs. Wells’s hand breaks the surface, but she is unable to pull her head above water. Still, I don’t move to rescue her.  Could I really let her die? I ask myself. The most alarming realization is the sudden and sure answer: yes. I could absolutely let her die.” Review From the moment I read the synopsis, I pretty much knew I needed to get it in my hands. I live for […]

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Witch Hunter by Virginia Boecker

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Here’s what I knew about The Witch Hunter besides deciding that I would probably love it: The cover was absolutely badass. There were witches. It was high fantasy. THERE WERE WITCH HUNTERS. Honestly, what else do you really need to know? Elizabeth was badass. All shades of badass. I just absolutely adored how fierce she was and how strongly she believed in things, whether they were wrong or right. She spends a majority of the book struggling with the issue of who to […]

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Every Last Word by Tamara Ireland Stone

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I loved every last word. Every last one of them.  As a fan of Stone’s prose in her debut, Time Between Us, I was unbelievably excited to see that she had something contemporary coming out and with a subject matter as dark as this. Though I will admit, I was very scared before actually going into this one. It seemed a bit typical and sometimes, when poetry or songs are included, they’re unbelievably cheesy and I can’t help but roll my eyes. Then there was the whole […]

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