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by Elizabeth Fama
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Fangirl Moments and My Two Cents
Fangirl Moments and My Two Cents rated it 4 years ago
In this book, some are day people and some are night people. They are set into that category and cannot be out during the wrong time. People are fighting against it. Everything is pretty locked down. There are enforcers everywhere and medical procedures affecting some. Of course, a boy and girl...
Her Fine Eyes
Her Fine Eyes rated it 6 years ago
The RITA Awards. The Romance Writers of America (RWA) has a young-adult category for its annual RITA and Golden Heart awards, and this year I decided to read the four finalists. I was curious to see what the RWA honored in romantic YA literature. Disclosure: I haven't read romance novels since I was...
Garden-of-Stars
Garden-of-Stars rated it 6 years ago
Well what can I say? I don't know whether to feel disappointed by this one or to go a little easier on it because I at least partially enjoyed the damned thing. But again, let's start from the beginning.When you have a cover such as this one and a title that screams ambiguity, you will find yourself...
The Twins Read's BookLikes Page
The Twins Read's BookLikes Page rated it 7 years ago
Sol Le Coeur is resigned to her fate, working at the factory and flunking school. She's classified as a Smudge, and in an America divided into Night and Day it means that she lives, reads, works and basically comes alive during the night. She's fine with that. What she isn't okay with is her grandfa...
Such A Novel Idea
Such A Novel Idea rated it 7 years ago
I received a copy of this book via Netgalley in exchange for an honest opinion. It in no way affects the outcome of my review.Wow.If I had to sum this book up into just one word, there isn’t another better for the job. First there is the absolutely breathtakingly stunning cover. The very moment I...
Book Obsession
Book Obsession rated it 7 years ago
In a world where people are divided into Day and Night, Sol, a Night person, breaks laws in order to try to fulfill her grandfather's dying wish. D'Arcy, a Day person, works in the hospital where Sol ends up, and comes to her aid. Nothing turns out the way Sol plans and she and D'Arcy end up on the ...
Stuti's blog for depleting ships
Stuti's blog for depleting ships rated it 7 years ago
First things first, let's decide on the rating because I love giving golden, little stars to books.In terms of writing, characters, plot, blah di dah all mushed together and judged together, I'd like to give Plus One three intact stars. On the other hand, when I consider my feels, or lack thereof, a...
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