“We read to know that we are not alone.” — C.S. Lewis

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Hiya! I’m Hazel, bookish, weird and an introvert most of the time. I’m a 19 year old blogger from Manila.

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I’ve been a fan of one day novels since I read Graffiti Moon, so I was incredibly excited to hear that The Improbable Theory of Ana & Zak happens in 24 hours with the two leads attending a bizarre nerd convention. The premise highly appealed to me so I went in to the story expecting to enjoy myself. And that’s exactly what happened.

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Title: Hostage Three Author: Nick Lake Publication: November 12th 2013 by Bloomsbury USA Format: Hardcover, 369 pages Source: Received from publisher, for blog tour Genres: Young Adult, Realistic Fiction, Survival Goodreads / The Book Depository / Barnes & Noble Synopsis:  The last thing Amy planned to do this summer was sail around the world trapped on a yacht with her father and her stepmother. Really, all she wanted was to fast-forward to October when she’ll turn eighteen and take control of her own life. Aboard the Daisy May, Amy spends […]

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Welcome, Caller, This Is Chloe by Shelley Coriell Rating: Review: Chloe Camden has it all. Or at least all she could ask for. She’s got a cool job as a burrito babe at Dos Hermanas. She’s got her BFs, Brie and Merce, and together they make the perfect trio, complete with beauty, brains and attitude. She’s got esteem and is popular at school, is friends with most people. She’s got a picture perfect family- a kickass grandma, great parents, and […]

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Charade (Games #1) by Nyrae Dawn Rating: Review: Two different people and a charade of all sorts. Cheyenne plays the perfect card to hide her panic attacks and her haunting past. Colt acts like he’s happy and okay when all he wants is to break down on his knees whenever he sees his mom withering away. After Cheyenne discovers her boyfriend cheating on her, she and Colt start a charade that starts out from absolute pretense to something right and true. Are […]

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