Monthly Archive: September 2012

Book Review: I Hunt Killers by Barry Lyga

As a sociology minor in college, I was most attracted to criminology courses. I have always had an interest in true crime stories, unsolved murder mysteries, and how a person becomes a serial killer. For all of these reasons, I Hunt Killers by Barry Lyga was a book I had to read. I have read almost …

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Book Review: The Space Between by Brenna Yovanoff

A couple years ago, I was introduced to Brenna Yovanoff’s debut novel, The Replacement while she was on a book tour. I still haven’t read that book, but decided to start with her sophomore novel first. I loved the description of The Space Between: “a city in Hell made of chrome and steel, where there is no future …

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Giveaway: A Random Book About the Power of ANYone by Talia Leman (US/Can)

In A Random Book About the Power of ANYone, Talia Leman tells her incredible story about how at the age of 10 she rallied thousands of students in the U.S. to raise over $10 million to contribute to the survivors and victims of Hurricane Katrina. Leman is now 17, and she has written an inspirational …

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