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Teaser Tuesday ~ The Boyfriend

Teaser Tuesday ~ The Boyfriend

Cheating, Spoiled Brat, Annoying, Disappointing, R.L. Stine, Flower, The Boyfriend, Young Adult, Horror,

I picked a random page in this ebook, sadly, I forgot to remember the page and I don’t have the ebook any more. So it is a real teaser now. 😛

Leaning against a bus-stop post across the street, illuminated by a circle of yellow light from a street lamp behind him, she saw a young man staring at her.
“Dex?”
He didn’t move.
She froze.
She recognised the red windbreaker. He had worn it a million times.
“Dex?”

Friday’s Page 69 ~ Beach Party Surf Monkey

Friday’s Page 69 ~ Beach Party Surf Monkey


Gloria and I slipped into a pair of white coats that had very long sleeves because we were a little shorter than most of the Hyatt’s staff. Mr. Adamo hooked us up with a cart loaded down with chips, nuts, cookies, and a punch bowl filled with soft drinks bobbing around in a watery sea of ice cubes.
There was also one banana.

Top 10 Books of July 2017

Top 10 Books of July 2017

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Review for The Young Magicians and the Thieves’ Almanac

Review for The Young Magicians and the Thieves’ Almanac

This was just a magical, fun book with lots of mystery, great characters and some interesting twists that had me re-think what I just read. 🙂

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Weekly Quote for Week-29 2017 ~ The Young Magicians and the Thieves Almanac

Weekly Quote for Week-29 2017 ~ The Young Magicians and the Thieves Almanac

However, this was a library unlike any they had ever seen before. It was nothing like his school library, Jonny though, which – on a good day – may contain a couple of books about the agricultural revolution and an encyclopaedia about growing up (with suitably patronizing ‘anatomical’ illustrations, including several pop-up bits).
No, this library was absolutely crammed with magic books. Tall books, zigzag-shaped books, books as small as playing cards; illustrated books, theoretical books; books about billiard balls, books about balloon animals, books about illusions, books about other books, books on books on books about other books; books stacked upright, books stacked sideways, upside-down books, books with fancy tassels – a proper hodgepodge of conjuring books; a dry-stone wall of books, all interlocking perfectly, filling every possible space.