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Miranda


I received an ARC of this, and read through it pretty quickly.
RATING: 2 LOVES LOST
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Last year I had a car accident and a truck ran me off the highway into a ditch. My air intake pipe must have cracked a little at that point and has continued to deteriorate since then. I didn't know this until today when my engine light came on and I asked my dad to take a look. The pipe just cracked in half at this point and my dad replaced it for me fortunately. I kept the parts because this is my first car, and I needed something to spruce up the top of my bookshelf. Conveniently, all the books that wouldn't fit are now nestled safely between the parts instead of cluttering my desk!
Miranda


If you ever read a graphic novel that I mention on this blog, let it be this one.
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THE E4 SHOW IS FLAWLESS AND ENDEARING. I ADORE EVERYTHING ABOUT IT, ESPECIALLY THE A+ PLAYLISTS. My Finn/Rae feels are exploding everywhere, so I've made the decision to read the book too. My wait for series 2 has to be filled with something to pass the time!

Anyone read this yet?

Ugh, please bombard me with MMFD gifs/links/news to help me get through this incredibly difficult wait for the most impatient person ever.
Miranda


Which covers do you have? I have the original UK ones. c:
Also, what's the best book cover that you've ever seen?
Miranda
I went to Google Images for a picture of the cover, and I discovered a whole bunch of fan art. :D Thought I'd share

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On January 17, 1803, George Foster sat in a grim cell of Newgate Prison, in London, awaiting execution. Having been arrested, indicted, and found guilty of murdering his wife and child, gallows had been erected, from which he would hang. January 17th dawned bitterly cold, much like that frigid morning when the bodies of the two Foster women had been found.

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Miranda
I don't have an in-depth review for this, because I really just read this for fun. I wanted to venture into the world of romance novels as I'm trying to become more well versed with different genres. A large quantity of my reads neglect romance, experimental, and mystery especially! I'm going to change this. :) I asked  astoria_potter  for some help because she's a romance guru. I was thoroughly entertained reading this book. I don't love it, the writing is fantastic, the plot is as stereotypical as possible, and the characters are shallow because of the lazy writing. But, just like a soap opera on tv, the drama does entice you. The main man is sexy, and the protagonist isn't completely annoying. Some of her decisions did infuriate me, but I could understand them. I only got annoyed because I just wanted the two to hook up. That's a pretty good sign of angst being used appropriately! Ya'll should join me on this trip, we'll be romance aficionados (quiescent)!! 3 brutish men out of 5 wailing maidens~ c':
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