Monthly Archives: February 2012

Writing Essays

Or, OMG I think I’m forgetting all of my French and my essay writing skills! Has this happened to anyone else after graduating from college?  I intend to do grad school as soon as I can, but I don’t want … Continue reading

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Review: The Technologists by Matthew Pearl

I was lucky enough to receive an advanced copy of Matthew Pearl’s latest book, The Technologists.   This was my first experience reading something by him, but I had pretty high expectations because one of my best friends is pretty much … Continue reading

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Adult Dystopian?

I was talking with a coworker the other day (who also happens to be a big reader), and we were discussing dystopian novels.  It seems to us that there are ton of young adult dystopians, but not so many adult … Continue reading

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Review: MWF Seeking BFF by Rachel Bertsche

Rachel Bertsche’s MWF Seeking BFF: MY Yearlong Search for a New Best Friend was one of my favorite reads of 2011.  I read it over the Christmas holiday, and it was the perfect read.  Basically, the book chronicals Bertsche’s quest … Continue reading

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Review: The Moment by Douglas Kennedy

Because I am super behind on review writing, I’m saving a bit of time on this reviewing-writing binge by using the blurb from the back of the book.  Sorry for my unorginality 😉 “When I mysterious box arrives in the … Continue reading

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The Lantern by Deborah Lawrenson

Note to Self: Don’t read Mom’s library books……  Unless you want her to return the one you’re reading before you write down your favorite quotes.  Seriously, because then you end up like me, who finds that the book is always … Continue reading

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