Month: March 2014

Book Review: Lady Thief by A.C. Gaughen

Book Review: Lady Thief by A.C. Gaughen

Book Reviews | March 14, 2014

It’s weird to start off a 4 orange review saying that I’m sort of disappointed in the book, but alas, that is what hype does to me. Make no mistake, Lady Thief is a great book that is cementing Scarlet as one of my favorite ongoing series, even if I possibly didn’t like this one as much as […]

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Book Nerd Problems #20: The Hype Train

Book Nerd Problems #20: The Hype Train

Uncategorized | March 13, 2014

This is a periodic discussion feature here at Snuggly Oranges about the many problems one can run into as a book nerd. #20. The Hype Train Here we go. I’ve been putting off writing this post since at least November. It’s been in my head for so long but I just never really knew how to express it. And after […]

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ARC Book Review: Noggin by John Corey Whaley

ARC Book Review: Noggin by John Corey Whaley

Book Reviews | March 12, 2014

When I was offered Noggin for review, I had absolutely no idea what to expect. From the blurb it just sounded unique and sort of weird. With the head cut off element, I thought it would be a bizarre kind of sci-fi, but nope. This book surprised me in the best possible way.

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Top Ten All Time Favorite Contemporary Books

Top Ten All Time Favorite Contemporary Books

Uncategorized | March 11, 2014

This is a meme from The Broke and the Bookish. For info about the topics and how to participate, click here. I chose contemporary for this topic because, well for most other genres, the books I’ve read are in series and then it’s just repetitive and everything. Since most contemporaries are stand alone, I have a LOT more to choose […]

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ARC Book Review: The Shadow Prince by Bree Despain

ARC Book Review: The Shadow Prince by Bree Despain

Book Reviews | March 10, 2014

I’m not sure what to really say about The Shadow Prince, because in spite of its many and glaring faults, I found myself really enjoying this story. It’s certainly not a book that will work for every reader, but it worked for me, and I’ll look back on it rather fondly.

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