Tag Archives: Young Adult Fiction

A Happy (Camp-Half Blood) Camper on The House of Hades

I have so much to say, more professions to make on The House of Hades, which may just be my favorite Percy Jackson book evarr. Oy, Riordan, you silly. I  hate love you, too. My Percabeth sailed to the depths … Continue reading

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A Curious Incident of the Dog [and Tin’s] in the Night-time [and Some Other Times], Mark Haddon

I was a teenager driven by angst and swimming in the gallant idea of love when I first read Haddon’s Whitebread Award Winner. I vaguely remember liking it back in high school, and as I started hoarding again, I wanted … Continue reading

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Weeping Underwater Looks a Lot Like Laughter, Michael J. White

I saw Weeping Underwater Looks a lot Like Laughter on the fiction must reads table in a local bookstore. I was intrigued with its cover and the very dramatic and long title. The blurb promises of a story of loving … Continue reading

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Percy Jackson and The Olympians Series, Rick Riordan

I was introduced by one of my favorite college professors to the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series. He said the series was like Harry Potter, but with Greek Mythology involved. I bought the first book in the series the … Continue reading

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The Lost Hero, Rick Riordan

Percy Jackson and the Olympians is my second favorite series ever. Of course, that is next to the Harry Potter series, which movie franchise will end on my 21st Birthday and will signify the end of my childhood, both literally … Continue reading

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Stargirl, Jerry Spinelli

High school is a cruel world. As I have said in my blog about Speak, it dictates how you would live your life, and when you choose your to live otherwise, you would face the extremes—either popularity or you become … Continue reading

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Hoot, Carl Hiaasen

The book had no blurb, and the cover work is adorable. As limited as my imagination is, I seriously had no idea Hoot was about owls. How embarrassing, but I guess it was a good market strategy. Hoot was well, … Continue reading

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