Posts Categorized: Repeat the Week

Jan 05

Repeat the Week # 43

A week’s worth of blogging fun, recapped in this handy little space Reviews Roomies by Sara Zarr and Tara Altebrando: The relationship between two college roommates-to-be is more moving and heart-breaking than many romances. Unhinged by A.G. Howard: Morpheus is baaaaaack. Red Rising by Pierce Brown: Did I read it wrong?  It seems that everyone but me loved this story. Features Top Ten Tuesday: The best books I read in 2013. Waiting on Wednesday: The Well’s End by Seth Fishman Stacking the… Read more »


Dec 28

Repeat the Week # 42

A week’s worth of blogging fun, recapped in this handy little space Features Were all of your Waiting on Wednesday books this year worth the wait? Top Ten Tuesday: The books I hope Santa brings. Waiting on Wednesday: Timebound by Rysa Walker Stacking the Shelves: I finally bought Outlander!  Now I need to make time to read it. Giveaway Naughty or Nice Signed Book Giveaway: Win a signed paperback of either Reflected In You by Sylvia Day or Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins Random… Read more »


Dec 07

Repeat the Week # 39

A week’s worth of blogging fun, recapped in this handy little space Reviews No Angel by Helen Keeble: A story about angels and demons that doesn’t take itself too seriously Across a Star-Swept Sea by Diana Peterfreund: An enjoyable plot, but a terribly dull romance. Champion by Marie Lu: The ending to this series was perfection. Features Top Ten Tuesday: My most anticipated books of 2014. Waiting on Wednesday: Acid by Emma Pass Stacking the Shelves: Black Friday discounts proved very fruitful this… Read more »


Nov 24

Repeat the Week # 38

A week’s worth of blogging fun, recapped in this handy little space Reviews Crash Into You by Katie McGarry: My least favorite of the Pushing the Limits series. Allegiant by Veronica Roth: Unlike a lot of people, I actually liked the ending.  It was nearly everything else I had a problem with. Features Reading peer pressure: Do you ever read popular books because you don’t want to feel left out of blogger conversations? Movie Review: Catching Fire: I LOVED it. Top Ten… Read more »


Nov 10

Repeat the Week # 36

A week’s worth of blogging fun, recapped in this handy little space Reviews Fault Line by Christa Dersir: This story about the effects of rape has one of the most horrific endings I’ve ever encountered. Endless Knight by Kresley Cole: Poor Jack can’t compete with the chatrsmatic Death. Features Top Ten Tuesday: The sequels I can’t wait to get my hands on. Waiting on Wednesday: Avalon by Mindee Arentt Stacking the Shelves: Book Outlet is my dangerous new addiction. Giveaway Win the shiny new… Read more »


Oct 27
Repeat the Week # 35

Repeat the Week # 35

A week’s worth of blogging fun,  recapped in this handy little space  Reviews The Dollhouse Asylum by Mary Gray: One of the most unpleasant love triangles I’ve encountered. Friends and Traitors by C.J. Hill: This sequel is a bit repetitive, but hey!  There are dragons. The Iron Traitor by Julie Kagawa: I’m not sure how I feel about this spoiler-y titile. Features Top Ten Tuesday: Best character names. Waiting on Wednesday: S. by Doug Dorst and J.J. Abrams Stacking the Shelves: Not one,… Read more »


Oct 20
Repeat the Week # 34

Repeat the Week # 34

A week’s worth of blogging fun,  recapped in this handy little space  Reviews Just One Year by Gayle Forman: One of my most anticipated books of the year was a bit of a disappointment. Rebel Spring by Morgan Rhodes: A great story, but weak characters.  (Looking at you, incestuous brother.) The Lost Prince by Julie Kagawa: Little Ethan Chase is grown up, and all of Kagawa’s magic is here. Features Top Ten Tuesday: Books I force others to read, and one I… Read more »


Oct 13
Repeat the Week # 33

Repeat the Week # 33

A week’s worth of blogging fun,  recapped in this handy little space  Reviews Frozen by Melissa de la Cruz and Michael Johnston: The romance in this book was positively cringe-inducing. Cartwheel by Jennifer du Bois: A great fictionalization of the Amanda Knox murder investigation. The 100 by Kass Morgan: Big disappointment.  I’m hoping the upcoming TV series on the CW will be better. Features Dewey’s 24 Hour Read-a-Thon: This was my second time participating.  I stayed up for 19 hours and… Read more »