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First Chapter First Paragraph Thursday Intros ~ Here So Far Away

First Chapter First Paragraph Thursday Intros ~ Here So Far Away

Here So Far Away, Coast, Clouds, Sky, Silhouettes, Young Adult, Romance, Hadley Dyer
Life’s a bad writer, my father used to say. I think he meant that most of us would write our lives differently, given the chance. If I could choose one year to rewrite, it’d be my senior year of high school, and I’d probably start with that first shack party.
Or I might go even further and make Sid stay in the valley. I always wondered how it would have worked out if the five of us had stayed together. Who knows, maybe Sid could have been the one to stop me from making such a mess of things.

Teaser Thursday ~ Hunted

Teaser Thursday ~ Hunted


I had Random.org select a percentage, and it selected 32%.

The routine was the same each time; they set out to follow the disused trail. It led on for about fifteen minutes before the path started breaking apart and becoming confused by phantom trails. When they reached a patch where the road forked, they would choose one, but no matter which track they pursued, it soon vanished into the jumbled confusion of the woods.

Review for Gals! Vol.2

Review for Gals! Vol.2

Ik wilde toch eens verder lezen, helaas is de manga moeilijk te vinden. In het Engels is hij out of print/publisher is er niet meer, en veel succes met de Nederlandse/Belgische vertaling te vinden. Gelukkig had bibliotheek #3 een aantal delen in het Nederlands/Belgisch.

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Top 10 Books of July 2016

Top 10 Books of July 2016

Hi everyone!

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Review for Dangerous Lies

Review for Dangerous Lies

25396680Even though there were still a few things that I didn’t entirely like (like Trigger, though now with the ending, he did make a perfect villain so I got to give points for that), and I still had one question (where is Reed??), but in overall I just can’t give this book less than 5+ stars. I have been having troubles with reading stuff lately, and this one just grabbed me and held me. I couldn’t stop reading (even if at times I really had to).

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