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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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  So first of all, yes. Maybe I *did* run out of post ideas. And I know, this has absolutely nothing to do with books, but since y’all know *I’M* insane, I thought I’d introduce you to (some of) my friends. I told them to give me two sentences (with a few limitations bc SOME OF THEM CAN BE GROSS. *AHEM* Y’all have no idea how long it took to get decent sentences out of some of them.) My commentary is in the italics […]

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I Am Her Revenge by Meredith Moore

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Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.    Oh my gosh guys, how absolutely twisted was this book? Very. We all know the story of a broken heart and revenge, but Mother takes it to a whole ‘nother level. Revenge seems to be the only thing on Mother’s mind–there’s no softness in her, no sympathy. She’s not a character who hides who she really is or any of those cliches–she’s a classic villain and, honestly, quite insane. It’s almost creepy, the things Mother […]

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Pretty Wanted by Elisa Ludwig

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Pretty Bad.  I thought I would love this one–I really did. As a fan of Pretty Crooked and Pretty Sly, I was ready to devour and fall in love with the last installment in this series. And, unfortunately, that just never happened. Right from the beginning, there were small things that started to annoy me. Willa’s character, Aidan, their attitudes, and even the writing. There didn’t seem to be anything major–just a few bad word choices here, a stupid action there, and a […]

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The Wrong Side of Right by Jenn Marie Thorne

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So much right, so very little wrong This book was probably one of my most anticipated books of 2015, and I don’t say that lightly. With it’s seriously gorgeous (and I mean gorgeous) cover and it’s Ineeditnow synopsis, this one was on a high, high pedestal–and I would be lying if I didn’t say that I had been a bit worried that this book would fall flat because of my expectations. *Ahem* I have created a graphic for my review. I adored The Wrong Side of Right. […]

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