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Why Do I Have So Many Library Books?! // STW

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Heyo Bookaholics! I’ve been trying to think of more obscure things to share with you, and I think I hit the jackpot with this one; because I have acquired a good quantity of Library books from my school library. Yeah crazy right?! So how did I get them? No! I didn’t steal them. I was a very good student and a good friend of the librarians; and that my friends is where my story starts…

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Storytime Wednesday: Librarians Are Angels

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Hello Bookaholics! Lets forget about all those meanie librarians that we see in movies and (rarely) in our everyday lives; and let us focus on those God sent angel librarians who look after us book lovers by chatting to us, recommending us new books to read, and best of all giving us free books. This is just a small appreciation post for all the librarians out there who help us with pretty much everything; from something as small as finding […]

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The Epidemic by Suzanne Young | Review | *spoiler free*

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WHAT DID I JUST READ?! Ever since I finished reading The Remedy – the third installment in The Program series – almost five months ago, I have been asking and quite literally begging (and bugging) the librarians at my school library to buy Suzanne Young’s newest release, and latest installment in The Program series; The Epidemic. The Epidemic is the fifth installment in The Program series. So far, this series consists of four books and one ebook (which I read quite recently).

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August Wrap-Up + Haul

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Hello Bookaholics, It has not been long since my last post (only 4 days if I counted correctly). I am so proud of myself for keeping up with my blogging lately because I have lots more posts scheduled for your entertainment coming. But without further ado, let’s review the books I managed to read – and buy – in the month of August!

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June Wrap-Up

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This is my first  Wrap-Up on my blog! During the month of June, I read only three books; Every Day Another Day Illuminae Believe it or not, the first two, smaller, young adult romance novels; Every day, and Another day by David Levithan took me wayyy longer to read than the larger, 600-page Si-Fi novel Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff. Illuminae, surprisingly only took me two days to read. I was so hooked, I had trouble physically putting it down for […]

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Make It Lovely| All The Bright Places by Jennifer Niven | Review

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A few weeks ago I finished All The Bright Places by Jennifer Niven. All The Bright Places is a stand-alone novel about a girl named Violet Markey, who has lost her sister and is now living day-by-day with this intense longing for the future burning inside of her. She longs for the day when she finishes high school and goes to college in order to escape the confinements of her small town. The book also follows Theodore Finch who holds a deep fascination […]

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Book Challenge May 11

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I am now the proud owner of my favourite childhood books! Yay for me! The only downside is that they’re canceled library books from my school library. The upside? They were free! (left to right); The Battle for Rondo, The Wizard of Rondo, The Key to Rondo, Before Green Gables, and Sherlock Holmes Long Stories.   Love, Bree xx   I’m a Book Depository Affiliate! Get Free Shipping on all Books using the link below; http://www.bookdepository.com/?a_aid=jasperandspice © Jasper+Spice 2015. All Rights […]

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