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Review: Replica by Lauren Oliver

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Lauren Oliver is often hit or miss for me. This was definitely a miss.┬áReplica tells the story of two girls, Lyra and Gemma. Lyra, a clone, lives in the Haven Institute. Gemma is a regular girl who wants to…

Review: Our Lady of the Ice by Cassandra Rose Clarke

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  The best way to describe this book is Antarctic android noir. And if that doesn’t immediately grip you, I don’t know what will! A fan of Clarke’s The Assassin’s Curse series, I was excited to step into the adult…

Review: Good Morning, Midnight by Lily Brooks-Dalton

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  Good Morning, Midnight was a genuine surprise. Drawn in my the cover and the premise, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect out of this apocalyptic tale. Dalton weaves the story through two characters, Augustine and  Sully who…

Review: Chimera by Mira Grant

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Chimera was an interesting conclusion to the Parasitology series. I spent a large majority of the time reading Chimera frustrated beyond belief. These characters are really dense sometimes! That being said, I did enjoy this final book in the…

Review: Symbiont by Mira Grant

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I often have a hard time enjoying middle volumes in trilogies. Middle novels often feel like a dead zone for characters and plot development, lacking in overall excitement and action. Symbiont exceeds where other middle-trilogy novels have failed. It’s interesting and…

Review: Parasite by Mira Grant

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  As a fan of Mira Grant’s Newsflesh series, I had high hopes for her next horror-science fiction trilogy and boy did she deliver. That being said – this is not Feed. Parasite is incredibly different type of novel than Grant’s…