Reading Roundup – March/April 2016

March/April Reading Roundup
Stars Above 
– Marissa Meyer

4/5 – Great collection of short stories which flesh out the characters in The Lunar Chronicles.  I highly recommend it if you are a fan of the series!
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The Love That Split the World – Emily Henry
3/5 – Time travel, dimension travel, and lots of timey-wimeyness. All the things I love, so I was so excited to get my hands on this book. Unfortunately, it was a bit too preachy in some areas for me to give a higher rating. Also a few too many info dumps for my liking. However, despite a dull first half, the second half of the story wasn’t all that bad. Overall, I expected more though.
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This is Where it Ends – Marieke Nijkamp
5/5 – Fantastic read.  Takes place over the course of fifty four minutes during a school shooting.
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The Crown – Kiera Cass
4/5 – Really fun conclusion to the series!  My review will be posted shortly.
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Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets – JK Rowling
5/5 – Millionth re-read just because.
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The House on Mango Street – Sandra Cisneros
4/5 – Interesting read, very poetic. Quick read as well.
(Amazon US / Amazon CA / Indigo / Book Depository)

The Summer We Danced – Fiona Harper
3.5/5 – Cute, cute, cute.  Good feel good book!  Review to come soon.
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Fairest – Marissa Meyer
4/5 – Levana’s back story.  Again, highly recommend for fans of The Lunar Chronicle series.
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