Neal Shusterman

18 Feb 19
Dee Reads Things

So I’ve decided to join the fun and do a 5 Star Prediction TBR! I’ve seen this floating around for a while, mostly on booktube I think, and I’ve always loved hearing what people think they’ll love and then seeing if they were right! This ended up being a really fun thing to do as […]

18 Feb 19
Book Shy

So, at the end of last month I started reading Challenger Deep, and I just could not get into the writing style. However, I wanted to give Neal Shusterman a second chance. This takes place in a world where you can “unwind” unruly teenagers. The act of unwinding is taking their body parts and giving […]

18 Feb 19
Mount Alvernia College iCentre

Dry written by Neal Shusterman and his son, Jarrod Shusterman, is a timely disaster novel dealing with what could happen if millions of people were struggling to survive without water. A gripping and page-turning read, this novel is suitable for readers 12yrs+, especially for lovers of thrillers. The Questions Graphic Book Review Slider image: public domain

16 Feb 19
Shelf Discovery

    Ranger’s Apprentice The Early Years Book 2 The Battle of Hackham Heath—John Flanagan Brotherband The Caldera—John Flanagan Bridge of Clay—Markus Zusak The Dark Descent of Elizabeth Frankenstein—Kiersten White Darius The Great is Not Okay—Adib Khorram The Librarian of Auschwitz—Antonio Iturbe Sadie—Courtney Summers Heart Unbroken—Cynthia Leitich Smith Mini Crochet—-Lauren Bergstrom Star Wars—–Justina Ireland Summer […]

16 Feb 19
Books & Bibliotheks

Now that the 2019 YALSA Hub Challenge has begun, I decided that I really needed to put forth the effort to get my “challenge complete” post from 2018 up and out. I was expecting this year’s challenge to start in March, as it did last year, but discovered today that the challenge started on Tuesday, […]

16 Feb 19
lacy's library

I have decided to do another monthly thing here on my blog. The other thing is my releases I’m excited about, in case you couldn’t remember. I think adding my monthly library haul will be a fun thing to read. You all can see how impulsively I pick books out. There is no rhyme or […]

15 Feb 19
Caroline's book and writing corner

So… one thing I really love about Booktube, and my favourite type of video to watch has to be “book tag” videos.It’s a great way to get a snapshot of opinions, and see how they differ.  Plus now, they make for quick and easy blog posts! So today I’m going to do the “Ruler of […]

15 Feb 19
West Australian Young Readers' Book Award

Picture Books Shortlist 2019 A Bag and a Bird by Pamela ALLEN Message in a Sock by Kaye BAILLIE illustrated by Narelda JOY * Pig the Star by Aaron BLABEY * The Very Sleepy Bear by Nick BLAND * This Book is Out of Control! by Richard BYRNE The Day War Came by Nicola DAVIES […]

14 Feb 19
Read With Allison

I thought it would be fun to do this week’s Tag Tuesday with a Valentine’s Day theme! You may also notice that Tag “Tuesday” is actually Tag Thursday to coincide with the holiday!

13 Feb 19
wyrmbergmalcolm

Here is the list of my 10 worst reads of 2018. DISCLAIMER: These are my views on these particular titles and are not an attack on you, your likes or personal history. If you like any of these books, great! I’m glad you managed to get something from them that I did not. Also, I […]

13 Feb 19
Nathan's Book Reviews

Scythe by Neal Shusterman is the first book in the Arc of Scythe and is approximately 443 pages. This book is a Dystopian young adult novel. While this genre has bee done to death in the last two decades, his series provides an interesting plot and very little of the romance that is characteristic of […]

13 Feb 19
Marybeth's bookshelf

This post got out a lot later than I intended, but I am slowly working on some posts to add this month though it might take me a while to get them up. I started back in school, so I’ve mostly been busy with reading for classes and projects. I’m hoping to get a few posts […]

12 Feb 19
Peridot Rose Books

I’m pretty bad at carrying on with a series sometimes. But I want to make more of an effort this year. Some of these books I’m gonna have to look up what happened in book one before reading it. Unless I have time to reread book one. Hunting Prince Dracula – Kerri Maniscalco Vengeful – […]

12 Feb 19
Ramble On...

Hi everyone! January has come to an end already and I’ve read a crazy amount of books. I finished 11 books this month! Almost a new personal best (in fact it’s tied with December 2017). But I was in such a great reading mood this month. Almost everyday I had a book in my hands or […]