I have fond memories of my parents reading aloud Linwood Barclay’s witticisms from the Toronto Star newspaper when I was a kid, eating pancakes while they laughed at his latest opinion or humour piece. Back then, they enjoyed reading what he had to say and now I share the same love of his writing today, even if its an entirely different kind of story.
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I completed The Maze Runner yesterday. And I have no words to describe it. Okay I have a few words, so start reading!
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Women are turning up dead in the rural outskirts of Virginia, killed in grotesque ways, and when the FBI is called in, they are stumped. A serial killer is out there, his frequency increasing, and they know there is only one agent good enough to crack this case: Special Agent Riley Paige.
The poor Baudelaire children onto their most vivid adventure yet! This adventure was absolutely stunning and utterly miserable.
2016 is going to be the year I read all the Colleen Hoover books. Colleen Hoover’s signature on every book she’s written (at least the ones I’ve read that she’s written) is always a tragic twist to some of the characters who least deserve it. There are never happy endings to her stories–there will always be someone for whom it didn’t work out. This book is the same, but I’m not complaining, I really enjoyed it.
4 stars out of 5
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The Pledge by Kimberly Derting 5/5*****
Seventeen-year-old Charlaina is from Ludania, a country ruled by a cruel queen. The country is divided into a class system and every class has its own language. No lower-class citizens of Ludania can speak or even understand the language of the upper-class. Even to look upon an upper-class citizen while they speak their language is punishable by death, as is understanding a language not meant for you.
Written and illustrated by Chloe Bonfield
Running Press Kids
I found this to be a very beautiful, sweet story about a young boy’s quest to find the perfect tree – though a bit sinister, a bit macabre, in the atmospheric-sense, which of course I liked.