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review 2017-09-09 10:48
Review: Go Ask Alice
Go Ask Alice - Beatrice Sparks,Anonymous

I don't know what to say about this book.


I don't know how I feel about this book. 


This book was haunting. It was horrifying.  It was sad. It was heartbreaking.


This is basically a handbook for what not to do when you're a teenager.  This poor girl.  I can't even pretend to imagine what it was like to walk in her shoes.  To think that her addiction began with so-called friends drugging her.  And once the cycle began she couldn't pull herself out for very long.


And she tried.  I believe she tried and desperately wanted to get clean and stay that way.  And the way people treated her while she was trying to fly straight... It doesn't surprise me that people could do the things to her they did.  People of all ages can be so horrible.


And I'll forever wonder if she slipped, or if someone, once again, pushed her off the wagon without her consent.


I will never truly understand addiction because I have never been--unless you count Pepsi Throwbacks because man was I ever hooked on them!  The difference is, when I quit them, I didn't have people trying to force me back into my dependence on them.


This was beautifully sad and I don't thnk I'll ever be able to read it again. It was that kind of novel.

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review 2017-05-12 19:53
Book Review
Diary Of An Oxygen Thief (The Oxygen Thief Diaries #1) - Anonymous

Diary Of An Oxygen Thief by Anonymous was very easy to become interested. Even the first sentence got you hooked. This book is written as if it is an actual diary entry, I’m almost certain it was at one point. Even the strange cover, and the fact it is an unknown writer makes it so mysterious and unpredictable. I had very high hopes towards the beginning and I am glad to explain how satisfied I am!


Diary Of An Oxygen Thief  is about an alcoholic who used to enjoy emotionally abusing women. His philosophy through the whole book is “hurt people hurt people.” So, he would take the pain he felt from the booze, and passed it on to the women that fell in love with him. He felt that he could experience joy, from watching people close to him feel pain, especially if he is the cause for it. He continues to tell the readers all the instances of the girls he has broken. Example after example, He finally sobers up by frequently attending AA meetings, and staying away from women, both for five and a half years. He eventually meets his newest love, Aisling. Soon, she gives the narrator “a taste of his own medicine,” mentally abuses him, by breaking his heart. All during this, the narrator is in a bad state of mind, and uncomfortable living place, and a critical work position.


The main character, the author of the book starts out as a very unlikeable man. As I was first reading, the actions he took with women and alcohol made me judgmental and frustrated. I felt that if I were to meet him in person, I would not be his biggest fan, and judge him based on his past actions. However, as I kept reading, and realized what he did to stop his ways, he seemed like an overall better developed person and character. As I kept reading and understanding, I started to root for the villain all the way through! The way he explained his terrible actions in the beginning later made sense, because it led to the point of Aisling’s hypocrisy, and the author’s want for revenge. The revenge would be the book overall, to get his side of the story published before her. Aisling was described as a very kind, beautiful lady. As introduced, one would think she would be a perfect influence on a recovering alcoholic. I later found her cruel and gloating with superiority. The other characters, all the affected women were not a large part of the story, but all were described in their unique ways, and how they were differently hurt and reactant towards the narrator’s oxygen stealing.


The author’s writing is very unique. It has a mixture of deep literature, accompanied by snarky opinions, and at some points, it’s as if the reader and the writer are having a conversation. The author even said that he intended to make the book as if the reader was “invading” his diary privacy. Take this quote from page 53:


“I was in a lot of pain, you see. But it had been caused by an abstract blade. What I mean is, the pain was physical, the cause wasn’t. I suppose people would say I was suffering from a broken heart. Or you might say it’s just life.”


The deep, emotional part talks about the abstract blade, and physical pain. His opinion isn’t stated, but the reader can infer that he doesn’t know the cause of his hurting, he just knew the pain was there. The conversational text would be the words such as “you see,” and “you might say…”

Overall, I enjoyed Diary Of An Oxygen Thief, and would now consider it one of my favorite books. Personally, it wasn’t a book I couldn’t put down right that second, and blow through it in an hour. Although, it was good enough to read in a couple days, and I was happy with the outcome. It was a very honest and in a weird way, pure story, and I liked that he was in some ways “owning up” to past mistakes. However, I would recommend this book for older kids, probably 14 or 15 and up. It has graphic sexual scenes, and some mature-choice words. Worth it!

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text 2017-05-01 14:10
April 2017 Round-Up and Giveaway



I hope everyone had a great April and is having a nice spring. And if you celebrate it a nice Easter. 

I really enjoyed April the first few nice days to be outside and everything coming back to life is always so great.

Reading wise was also a good month, I had some great ARCs and other some great books.  May will also start out great as I'm eagerly waiting for my copy of A Court of Wings and Ruin to be here on release day.  After that I have some ARCs I need to either finish or start. I'm hoping to be done with all my ARC by June,so I can take a break and read some of my personal TBR.

Here are some books releasing in May, well according to Goodreads.

May 2nd,  A Court of Wings and Ruin by Sarah J. Maas, Cold Reign by Faith Hunter. Confessions of a Former Puck Bunny by Cindi Madsen on May 8th. 

Sons of Ares by Pierce Brown on May 10th. May 16th The Crown's Fate by Evelyn Skye.  May 23th will be Lord of Shadows by Cassandra Clare.  

May 30th releases are White Hot by Ilona Andrews, Gwendy's Button Box by Stephen King and When Dimple Met Rishi by Sandhya Menon.

I'm also starting Feature Friday on May 7th . 

Each Friday we will be highlighting one author and their book. We will have interviews, excerpts, author guest posts and other fun things to come.

It is very similar to the  blog tours except it will be exclusively post here on SnoopyDoo’s.

I thought it might be a fun way to maybe get to know some  more new authors and books.

For now I will have it going on for May and June but I might keep it up if the interest is there for both reader and authors.

**** Authors****

****If you are interested to be a part of it please feel free to sign up . Note : Both  May and June are full at this time but I gladly at you to July  ****


 If you have not please enter in the Multi-Author giveaway that is still going on through May. You can win tons f awesome prizes, plus the grand prize is $100 in Paypal cash.

I will add the raffelcopter at the end of this. 

Here are my reads for April, as always the buy links can be found in the reviews that are linked.

Happy Reading and have a great moth :)  

 Belle by Anonymous Girls


Dear Reader,

Isabelle “Belle” March is a nobody. A nothing. A Peasant. No one even knew who she was until one of the Royals, Adam “Beast” Castle, decided she was hot enough to ignore the hierarchy at our school—a hierarchy I myself set in place. I run this school, and the Upper East Side, too. Here at H.E.A., we stick to a strict social status, something most of Manhattan does, too. So when Beast starts dating Belle? All hell breaks loose.

Royals shouldn’t date Peasants, and you’re about to see why.

Oh, and please don’t buy this thinking you know how this story is going to end. You know nothing. Nobody here at H.E.A. plays by the rules, or follows the books. The only one who knows anything around here is me…

And I’m not telling anyone a thing.





4 ★

Lost Rider by 


In Lost Rider, the first Western romance in New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author Harper Sloan’s Coming Home series, an injured rodeo star encounters an old flame but will she be just what he needs to get back in the saddle?

Maverick Austin Davis is forced to return home after a ten-year career as a rodeo star. After one too many head injuries, he’s off the circuit and in the horse farming business, something he’s never taken much of a shine to, but now that it’s his late father’s legacy, familial duty calls. How will Maverick find his way after the only dream he ever had for himself is over?

Enter Leighton Elizabeth James, an ugly duckling turned beauty from Maverick’s childhood—his younger sister’s best friend, to be exact, and someone whose heart he stomped all over when she confessed her crush to him ten years back. Now Leighton is back in Maverick’s life, no longer the insecure, love-stricken teen—and Maverick can’t help but take notice. Sparks fly between them, but will Leighton be able to open her heart to the one man who broke it all those years ago?

Written in the vein of Diana Palmer and Lindsay McKenna, this Texas-set series is filled with sizzle, heart, and plenty of cowboys!




4 ½ ★


Grayson by F.G. Adams


Growing up in the small coastal town of Florida, Grayson Blackwood has defied the odds stacked against him. Appearances on the outside can be very deceiving. Coming from a wealthy family with an abusive father that won’t ever change, he’s determined to be a better man. Grayson is fighting for his family, his country, and the only woman he’s ever loved.

Ella Anderson has lived a hard life, growing up with a sick mom and a less than upstanding father. From hand-me-downs to food stamps, life was never easy for her family. But the one thing she could always count on was her family’s love, and for Ella, that was the most precious commodity.

When Ella moves to Lakeview, she meets Grayson in high school. The attraction is immediate for both. Dubbed as ‘just friends’, Grayson and Ella forge an undeniable friendship that leads to a powerful promise.

After high school, Ella and Grayson fall out of touch. A one-in-a-million chance meeting halfway around the globe brings the couple back together in a lifeless desert land, a combat zone where death is always present.

Alpha in his own right, Captain Blackwood leads his special ops team into a war-torn country, determined to take down a terrorist, while Ella struggles with the realization that Grayson has found her again.

Will their love survive time and their harsh separation from long ago? Can Grayson show Ella that they were made for each other?

Bluebirds mate for life. And Grayson’s Bluebird is coming home.

Author’s Note: This is a full-length standalone novel with a happily ever after ending and no cliffhanger. Due to strong language and sexual content, this book is not intended for readers under the age of 18.




 5 ★

Saving Mercy by Abbie Roads


He’s found her at last

Cain Killion knows himself to be a damaged man, his only saving grace the extrasensory connection to blood that he uses to catch murderers. His latest case takes a macabre turn when he discovers a familiar and haunting symbol linking the crime to his own horrific past-and only one woman could know what it means.

Only to lose her to a nightmare

Mercy Ledger is brave, resilient, beautiful-and in terrible danger. The moment he sees Mercy, Cain knows he’s the one who can save her. He also knows he’s beyond redemption. But the lines between good and evil blur and the only thing clear to Cain and Mercy is that they belong together. Love is the antidote for blood-but is their bond strong enough to overcome the evil that stalks them?



4 ½ ★


Burn for Me by Ilona Andrews




Nevada Baylor is faced with the most challenging case of her detective career—a suicide mission to bring in a suspect in a volatile case. Nevada isn’t sure she has the chops. Her quarry is a Prime, the highest rank of magic user, who can set anyone and anything on fire.

Then she’s kidnapped by Connor “Mad” Rogan—a darkly tempting billionaire with equally devastating powers. Torn between wanting to run or surrender to their overwhelming attraction, Nevada must join forces with Rogan to stay alive.

Rogan’s after the same target, so he needs Nevada. But she’s getting under his skin, making him care about someone other than himself for a change. And, as Rogan has learned, love can be as perilous as death, especially in the magic world.





4 ½ ★

Mask of Shadows by Linsey Miller


Perfect for fantasy fans of Sarah J. Maas and Leigh Bardugo, the first book in this new duology features a compelling gender fluid main character, impressive worldbuilding, and fast-paced action.

Sallot Leon is a thief, and a good one at that. But gender fluid Sal wants nothing more than to escape the drudgery of life as a highway robber and get closer to the upper-class―and the nobles who destroyed their home. 

When Sal steals a flyer for an audition to become a member of The Left Hand―the Queen’s personal assassins, named after the rings she wears―Sal jumps at the chance to infiltrate the court and get revenge. 

But the audition is a fight to the death filled with clever circus acrobats, lethal apothecaries, and vicious ex-soldiers. A childhood as a common criminal hardly prepared Sal for the trials. And as Sal succeeds in the competition, and wins the heart of Elise, an intriguing scribe at court, they start to dream of a new life and a different future, but one that Sal can have only if they survive.



2 ★

The Struggle  by Jennifer L. Armentrout


A bloody path has been chosen…

The war against the Titans continues, and they remain determined to wreak havoc on the world, but Seth has become something all gods fear. Now the most dangerous, most absolute power no longer resides in those who have been freed from their tombs.

The Great War fought by the few is coming…

All may doubt and fear what Seth has become. All except the one woman who might be his final chance at redemption. Josie will do anything to prove that Seth is on their side, but fate has a nasty way of changing lives, of changing people.

In the end, the sun will fall…

The only way they can save the future and save themselves is by facing the unknown together. It will take more than trust and faith. It will take love and the kind of strength not easily broken. No matter what, their lives will never be the same.

For what the gods have feared has come to pass. The end of the old is here and the beginning of the new has been ushered in…



Destined for an Early Grave by Jeaniene Frost


Her deadly dreams leave her in grave danger

Since half-vampire Cat Crawfield and her undead lover Bones met six years ago, they’ve fought against the rogue undead, battled a vengeful Master vampire, and pledged their devotion with a blood bond. Now it’s time for a vacation. But their hopes for a perfect Paris holiday are dashed when Cat awakes one night in terror. She’s having visions of a vampire named Gregor who’s more powerful than Bones and has ties to her past that even Cat herself didn’t know about.

Gregor believes Cat is his and he won’t stop until he has her. As the battle begins between the vamp who haunts her nightmares and the one who holds her heart, only Cat can break Gregor’s hold over her. She’ll need all the power she can summon in order to bring down the baddest bloodsucker she’s ever faced . . . even if getting that power will result in an early grave





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review 2017-04-23 10:18
Tor2Web Proxy: "The Dark Net - How to Stay Anonymous Online Even from the NSA" by Peter Johansen
The Dark Net: How to Stay Anonymous Online – Even from the NSA - Peter Johansen

Tor2Web Proxy: https://zqktlwi4fecvo6ri.onion.to/wiki/Main_Page



The darkness exists in the human mind not the technology.

Victorian Portugal was full of dark secrets that have had a negative effect on

this society ever since, far more than the internet has.



There's the "dark web" - i.e. the web you need to use Freenet or Tor or something like access (and those two are just examples, and they form distinct non-interconnected webs). And then there's the "deep web" - this is websites whose content is not indexed by search engines, because you need to register or pay to access the contents, or has Flash front ends, or is otherwise unavailable to a search engine. This is the thing that is likely much larger than the freely available web, and it's usually because there's money to be made by gate-keeping access to it. There's very little illegal, immoral or otherwise dodgy about the deep web; most of it is for-pay services, which are usually easy to clamp down on if they're illegal - just follow the money. 


Am I missing something here?



If you're into Computer Science and the "Dark Web", read on

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review 2017-04-04 14:46
Belle (A Tangled Royals Book #1) by Anonymous Girls
Belle (A Tangled Royals Book) - Call-girls Anonymous




Dear Reader,

Isabelle “Belle” March is a nobody. A nothing. A Peasant. No one even knew who she was until one of the Royals, Adam “Beast” Castle, decided she was hot enough to ignore the hierarchy at our school—a hierarchy I myself set in place. I run this school, and the Upper East Side, too. Here at H.E.A., we stick to a strict social status, something most of Manhattan does, too. So when Beast starts dating Belle? All hell breaks loose.

Royals shouldn’t date Peasants, and you’re about to see why.

Oh, and please don’t buy this thinking you know how this story is going to end. You know nothing. Nobody here at H.E.A. plays by the rules, or follows the books. The only one who knows anything around here is me…

And I’m not telling anyone a thing.





my though



I have to say going into his book I really wasn’t sure what to expect, other than a modern version of Beauty and the Beast… maybe. And after the first few chapters I wasn’t sure if I even would like it. It all seemed a bit too angsty and the characters seemed a bit “young”, listening to them, they seemed a little immature. I also wasn’t a huge fan of all the names at first even though it made sense in a way.

That all being said I ended up really enjoying this book and had a hard time putting it down. All the high school drama, angst and hierarchy of the “royals” and “peasants” was really fun to read along. While predicable on some part others things were surprising and kept it fresh.

I liked the characters ….some more than others .Some were what we would expect from the famous counterpart ….others not so much. Which I also really enjoyed and it kept the story fresh and somewhat unique.

I’m looking forward to the next book and Ella’s story a lot after a little preview at the end of the book. But what I really looking forward is Ariel and Snow’s stories, It seemed like there is one there but who knows. But I really hope we get one at least one of them if not both.

Overall. I really enjoyed this book, even if I wasn’t really sure about it in the beginning.


I rate it 4 ★





*I received a free copy from the authors and chose to leave a voluntary review. Thank you!*





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Anonymous Girls are two New York Times and USA Today bestselling authors who you’ve probably already read and loved. One day, we were talking, and we decided to write a series together, and the Tangled Royals series was born. We live on planet Earth, somewhere in a country, in a house, and we wrote a lot of books individually, but we’re not about to tell you how many.

Come on, you didn’t think we’d make it that easy to figure us out, did you? That’s a secret we’ll never tell.


Anonymous Girls




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