Category Archives: Books

Game of Thrones

After nearly a year of saying I wanted to start the Song of Ice and Fire series, I finally did. Of course I picked up the first book during the chaos week of moving/starting my new job so it took … Continue reading

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The Pact

Before I get into this one, if you haven’t read it and are thinking about it, you should know it’s horribly depressing. It is still a good read and all that, but horribly depressing.  Ok. So, The Pact. My first Jodi Picoult experience! … Continue reading

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Kite Runner

I did a lot of reading this weekend. After I finished Digital Fortress I had a long train ride to occupy myself so I grabbed Kite Runner next. I’d heard great things about it, but it wasn’t exactly what I expected. It was an  intense read, but … Continue reading

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Digital Fortress

Despite being a little worn out by my last Dan Brown experience, I figured my reading experience wouldn’t be complete if I didn’t read the last of his best-sellers. So, before my weekend of travelling, I picked up a few … Continue reading

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The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet’s Nest

Somehow, this was the only book I got through over my spring break. Probably because I was too busy eating oreos, baking cookies and frying apple rings. Spoiler alert, as usual, if you haven’t read the book yet and don’t … Continue reading

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Deception Point

I’m a pretty huge Dan Brown fan. It started with Da Vinci Code, then I went backwards to Angels and Demons, then I plowed through The Lost Symbol. I have really loved all his work, however controversial. Beyond being an amazing and … Continue reading

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The Girl Who Played With Fire

Guess how much I don’t want to study for my anatomy exam tomorrow? Enough that I am writing this blog post tonight, when I should be studying, and scheduling it to post tomorrow. I just can’t bring myself to look at … Continue reading

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