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Books read:

In Honor by Jessi Kirby
- good, but not as good as I had hoped

Balthazar by Claudia Gray
- actually way better than I thought it would be, kept me up to finish

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I've read a lot of books in the last couple of months. I also didn't keep very good track of them, unfortunately. So, I'll just post the ones I've read most recently and record the others as I remember.

Deadly Cool by Gemma Halliday

The Traitor in the Tunnel by Y.S. Lee

Perception by Kim Harrington

Ditched by Robin Mellom

Virtuosity by Jessica Martinez

While He Was Away by Karen Schreck

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Books read:

The Future of Us

Books to check out again:
Reincarnation - Weyn
Warped - Guibord
Frost - Delsol
Everneath - Ashton
Don't Breathe a Word - Cupala
A Long, Long Sleep - Sheehan

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Books read recently:

Reread of all six Mediator books by Meg Cabot

How to be Popular by Meg Cabot

The Pledge by Kimberly Derting

Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi

The Agency by Y.S. Lee

Flat-Out Love by Jessica Park

Tempestuous by Lesley Livingston (some of it...)

Mastiff by Tamora Pierce

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Books read recently:

He's So Not Worth It - Kieran Scott
- Prediction: It's not his baby.

Touch of Power - Maria V. Snyder
- Loved this. Very reminiscent of Tamora Pierce with the magic and healing but not at all a copy-cat. Sad that I have to wait at least another year for the next one.

Past Perfect - Leila Sales
- I knew within five pages that I would completely love this book. It's based around a war between teenagers who work at a Colonial city and ones who work at a Civil War reenactment. I could have gone for more antics, but it was a great story.

Pretty Things - Sarra Manning
- Eh, I only scanned this one. It was okay. It's set around teenagers putting on a play, which should have been great, but it didn't hold my interest.

Drink Deep - Chloe Neill
- Enjoyed it. I don't have the outrage at the author that a lot of people do because I read both the previous book and this one within a couple weeks of each other. I also knew what was going to happen ahead of time, so I didn't have a sense of shock. Some things were less than believable, but not enough to really bother me. Some people felt that Merit didn't mourn enough at the beginning, and I disagree. I thought it was a good balance.

Slayed - Amanda Marrone
- Not a terribly memorable book, but not bad. A very quick read.

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Books read recently:

Paranormal Diversions - ed. Melissa Marr

Hard Bitten - Chloe Neill

Crush Control - Jennifer Jabaley

Cryer's Cross - Lisa McMann

Angel Burn - L.A. Weatherley

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Books read recently:

A Question of Guilt - Caroline Keene

Die For Me - Amy Plum

Falling Under - Gwen Hayes

Lemonade Mouth - Mark Hughes