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I feel that you got the "wibbly wobbly" part from Doctor Who..? haha, I love Doctor Who, I've been obsessing over it. The book looks so interesting! i might want to read it soon.
Jillian @ Jillian's Books
I think I might go blind from the beauty of all these covers 0 haha! ;) Just kidding, but goodness! They're all so amazing! Anyway, thank you so much for sharing and fabulous choices! <3
~ Zoe @ The Infinite To-Read Shelf
I guess I'm more like Audrey, lol. I'm more of a sleep, eat, read, blog, repeat kind of girl. ;) I've never watched Doctor Who, though... D:
Aimee @ Deadly Darlings
I love this review! Torn Away was actually my first book by Jennifer Brown, and I was so impressed with it. I agree that it was an emotional roller-coaster. I don't cry when reading very often, but Jersey's story here had me sobbing like crazy. I loved how easily Brown manages to put me in the main characters shoes, even though I've never personally experienced a natural disaster of any kind before. I'm glad you were impressed, too! :)
Sam @ Realm of Fiction
I totally agree with the "no explanation needed". Like DUH, if anyone hasn't read Perkin's book, their totally missing a lot in their loves lol
Ella @ The Filipina Booknote
Love music recs! (Because I'm old and loose touch with new music.) I'm going to totally show my age here, but Mika sounds a lot like Freddie Mercury to me, which is a great thing.
I've read it! Heh heh. I had mixed feelings about it. Some of the stories really stood out and shone.. whereas others were just plain. Overall, I felt like the book was confused as to who its target readership was. Some stories were much much darker than others. I LOVED 'Thinner Than Water'. Great review! I enjoyed reading your thoughts on it very much :D
AHHH I seriously hate the door thing too, Kimi!!! And hairy worms? ICK! Beryl, MASHED POTATOES ARE THE BOMB!!!! Audrey, the fork scrapping across a plate...ugh! I'm cringing just thinking about that awful noise!!! <3 you all! Hope you have a fab week!!!!!! :
Becca Fowler @ Pivot Book Reviews
Snazzy lobster. XD I admire your philosophy about making sure to highlight the good parts of a book. Thanks for stopping by Words Create Scenes! I just followed back with GFC.
lol, I love how people can get so scared of a little girl just cause they think she's a ghost. haha. Hope you're having a good weekend! Old follower.
Pam @ Moonlight Reader
Never thought about swimming in OJ before... What idea! ;) I don't like gravy on my potatoes, either. And old movies and musicals are great! :) Slept in this morning, actually... I was like, "Yay!" But Lovemuffin was like, "Shoot!" (He feels like he's wasting the morning.) Love reading about you guys! <3 Have a blessed week!
Jessica L. Brooks
I think Beryl is my lost long twin. Orange juice is the best thinkg ever, and I hated books before, too. But I'm a master of winking. ;) Oh, and I don't like singing in the shower. I never do that. So yeah, looks like not EVERYONE is into it. Great post! :D