Review: Girl off the Grid by Jillian Dodd and Kenzie Harp

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Camille Caldwell, NYC fashion blogger and college student, gets offered an amazing opportunity at her favorite magazine. Camille gets to all-expenses paid eco-trip to Costa Rica for a week. The only thing she has to is write about her experiences as soon as gets home and give up social media for the week. Camille has no idea what to expect since she has never travelled before, but she imagines herself lounging on the beach and looking fabulous.

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Review: These Deadly Games by Diana Urban

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*We received this book in exchange for an honest review.* 

Crystal Donovan and her five best friends are all preparing for a tournament for MortalDusk, a videogame that could win them all a lot of money. But the Friday before the weekend tournament, Crystal gets a message from an anonymous person from a messenger app stating that they have her sister Caelyn and if Crystal doesn’t do exactly what they say, Caelyn will get killed.

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November Book Club: The Holiday Switch by Tif Marcelo

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The Book

The Holiday Switch by Tif Marcelo released October 5, 2021.

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Review: The Secret Circle by L.J. Smith

Amazon.com: The Secret Circle: The Complete Collection: The Initiation and  The Captive Part I, The Captive Part II and The Power, The Divide, The  Hunt, The Temptation eBook : Smith, L. J.:

Happy Halloween everyone! To celebrate this time of year, we decided to reread one of our favorite series about witches: The Secret Circle by L.J. Smith. We read the original trilogy: The Initiation, The Captive and The Power. While we love the other three books: The Divide, The Hunt and The Temptation, they were actually written later by ghost writer Aubrey Clark. We decided to stick with the original books to get us into the Halloween spirit.

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13 YA Books Perfect For Halloween

This is Halloween, everybody scream! We’ve mentioned before that we absolutely love this time of year. It’s perfect for picking up a spooky read while drinking apple cider. Christy enjoys everything about Halloween, especially reading books and watching movies to get into the spirit.

What are your favorite books to get ready for Halloween? Let us know in the comments. Also, feel free to let us know your plans for Halloweekend in the comments.

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Chloe Gong’s Pinterest Boards for Our Violent Ends

Hey everyone, we’re excited to feature a new style of blog post today. We were asked by Simon & Schuster to feature Chloe Gong’s Pinterest Boards in anticipation for the November 16, 2021 release of Our Violent Ends.

Regular readers of our blog know how much we loved These Violent Delights, which was our April 2021 book club pick! We can’t wait to share our thoughts on the anticipated sequel with you in November. For now, check out Chloe Gong’s Pinterest to get pumped for release day.

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Blog Tour: The Night When No One Had Sex by Kalena Miller

Book Info

The Night When No One Had Sex by Kalena Miller

Genre: Young Adult Contemporary

Publishing Date: September 7, 2021

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Review: They’ll Never Catch Us by Jessica Goodman

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We picked They’ll Never Catch Us for our October Book Club because of its spooky vibes. Plus, we enjoyed Goodman’s debut YA book They Wish They Were Us last year.

What made this discussion so fun was that two members of our book club did cross country in high school and college!

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Review: London Prep Book 5: The Party by Jillian Dodd

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*We received this book in exchange for an honest review.*

After London Prep 4: The Key ended, we found ourselves impatiently waiting for October so we could get more Noah Williams and Mallory James. When we left Mallory, she was celebrating her 17th birthday and still conflicted over her feelings. In London Prep 5: The Party, Mallory finally gets the clarity she has been craving.

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The Bookworm’s Book Tag

Thank you It’s Koo Reviews for tagging us! We’re so excited to participate in this book tag and ask our own questions.

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