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The Fiction Freak


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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Mortal Danger by Ann Aguirre


Creepy, but sort of terrible and cheesy. But CREEPS.  I had such, such high hopes for this one. I will admit I got a bit worried when some mixed reviews started pouring in…but it couldn’t be that bad, could it? I mean with a premise like that, what could go wrong? As it turns out, quite a bit. For the record, I was pretty close to DNF’ing this when I was about half in, but Alyssa said that the second half was better, so […]

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Blog Tour: Cut Me Free by J.R. Johansson


  There’s a lot about J.R. Johanssen’s books that draw me in. She’s been said to be fantastic with the creepiness of her stories and Insomnia soundeo absolutely heart pounding, though I haven’t read Insomnia solely because it didn’t sound like my kind of novel (no matter how fascinating it sounded). But Cut Me Free? Well, a story about a killer, a tragic past, some psychological aspects, and a bit of romance sounded right up my alley. I may be a wimp, but […]

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Shutter by Courtney Alameda


HOLY HELL. (Pun always intended)   OH. MY. GOD. I’m going to admit, it was the cover of Shutter that drew me in (and Lynne Matson’s recommendation). I’m not a huge paranormal, ghost, or horror fan. (In order: Usually has cliches, usually isn’t unique, and I’m a huge wuss.) But ohmydearsweetgod, Alameda makes me want to run out and grab everything remotely similar to Shutter. First things first, the science. It’s absolutely amazing and it’s not something you’d expect in ghosts, is it? But there are talks about […]

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