OverRuled | Book Review

by Alia Khan Before I get into the review, I’d like to take a moment to thank Brittney Joy for the free copy of her book. Thank you for reach out to the LIAs blog and we hope the release of the sequel is going well!

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I Read Trash, Again | Book Review

By Alia Khan For October I read only spooky books, so mostly thrillers, mystery and supernatural books. One of them, We Know It Was You by Maggie Thrash, is so bad I can’t even comprehend why anyone would publish it. I’m going to start this by saying that sometimes trash is good, who doesn’t love […]

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Top Summer Reads

By Alia Khan Summer passed by so quickly and I can’t believe it’s already back to school! I hope everyone had a memorable summer and got to read some great books. I didn’t read as much as I usually would this summer. I was pretty busy with two jobs and I also moved to a […]

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Watership Down | Book Review

By Alia Khan Watership Down by Richard Adams has been on my TBR for the longest time. I originally started reading it a few years ago but I lost the copy while I was part way through and I never picked it up again. Then, while I was unpacking my boxes in my new apartment, I […]

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Kim Reaper: Grim Beginnings | Book Review

I’ve been on a graphic novel kick lately and after one look at this cover… I knew that I had to pick it up! Cuteness and macabre humour is straight up my alley. The tagline of the book just also happens to be: Part-Time Grim Reaper. Full-Time Cutie!

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Exit, Pursued By A Bear | Book Review

The Story Hermione Winters is captain of her cheer-leading team, and in tiny Palermo Heights, this doesn’t mean what you think it means. At PHHS, the cheerleaders don’t cheer for the sports teams; they are the sports team—the pride and joy of a tiny town. The team’s summer training camp is Hermione’s last and marks […]

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