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text 2018-04-27 13:16
Passenger: The Final Post
Wayfarer (Passenger) - Alexandra Bracken


Hello everyone! If you couldn't already tell by the title, I finished Passenger and this will be my last post regarding it. The book as a whole was incredible, as each setting that emerged was as well crafted as the first. The ending was unexpected, and likely not pleasing to many readers. I myself was unhappy with the turn of events, and didn't want it to end, especially not like that! Luckily, however, there is a sequel, Wayfarer (pictured), that I plan on reading. Hopefully it will pick back up where Passenger left off and satisfy my reading needs!

 Since I myself need a new book to find now, I thought I would share a way of finding one, right here on BookLikes! he first thing you do is go to "Explore" on the drop down menu. Once pressed, you will see an option to the left that says "Book Catalog". Press on that, and a large list of genres will appear on the left again. Search for your favorite genre there, find it, and click! You will be shown many wonderful titles to choose from!


I hope you all will read Passenger or a book you found on BookLikes. Happy reading!



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review SPOILER ALERT! 2018-03-24 03:06
Crooked Kingdom
Crooked Kingdom: A Sequel to Six of Crows - Leigh Bardugo

Six of Crows was so good it would be hard to make a sequel but Leigh Bardugo succeeded with Crooked Kingdom begin even better. The plot was even more complicated than in Six of Crows but just as easy to follow. There where so many twists and turns; so much plotting and countering it blew my mind. In this book we get to experience so much character development; Kaz starts to become more human, we see more of Pekka Rollins and explore the fears of each member of the team. We got input from Wylan how his appearance effects him and Jesper both. Bardugo sets up Kaz and Inej and it is interesting to explore why their relationship is so cautious whereas Jesper and Wylan can love each other with no strings attached. Inej can see the good in Kaz but believes that if he doesn't give up parts of the monster he has created of himself she can't help him and will move on with her life. It almost saddens me that she found a purpose and will leave the gang. It makes sense that she will hunt slavers and I hope that one day Kaz can join her. I think that would help them both work though their fears. Jesper is a particularly interesting charter because unlike all the others he has a live to go back to and chose life in the barrel. His need for risk drove him to the barrel and gambling. I think that if Jesper's father had understood that need Jesper would not have become a gambler and sharpshooter. Although Nina is my least favorite character the new development in her grisha power is intriguing and I wished there was more time to explore it. I understand why the Bardugo had Mathias killed; it had to happen to further the character of Nina. After Mathias is killed Nina goes through stages of wanting to bring him back with her newfound character and hating herself for not being able to heal him, she decided that it was even more important to make more of the druskelle see their point of view on the grisha. Wylan was intriguing to me because unlike everyone else he came a very privileged background and had one flaw that took it all away from him. He dealt with it exceptionally well considering that he cant read. I wish there was another book that included all of these characters. I am seriously considering writing a fan fiction in a time after they are all settled into their new rolls.  

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review 2018-01-20 21:21
The Crayon Sequel
The Day the Crayons Came Home - Drew Daywalt,Oliver Jeffers

"The Day the Crayons Came Home, the sequel to Daywalt's best seller, "The Day the Crayons Quit, is quite possibly funnier than the first. This time the crayons are writing Duncan on postcards, from various places he has left and forgotten about them, letting him know they are very upset! The humor in this book is so fun to read and makes it easy to get into character. Again, the illustrations are colorful, funny, and some realistic. The children can relate to these illustrations because they are drawn on a young artist's level. Even some of the silly names of crayons are included in the story. This story could be used as an introduction to writing letters and how to address the person they are writing to. I would keep on the shelf for a fun read also! 


Lexile: AD550L

Accelerated Reader: 3.3

Guided Reading: M

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review 2018-01-11 00:33
Six misfits walk into a bar (again)...
Crooked Kingdom: A Sequel to Six of Crows - Leigh Bardugo

Keeping this one short and sweet because I'm still emotionally shook after finishing this series. I kept wondering if I had a reason to give it 4.5 stars instead of 5, but I don't. Two long books full of action and content, and there is nothing I disliked. So have some gorgeous fanart!




God I love this casting. I said before that I loved duologies but now I regret it. I wish I had another book of these amazing six babes! 

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text 2018-01-09 20:08
Reading progress update: I've read 485 out of 532 pages.
Crooked Kingdom: A Sequel to Six of Crows - Leigh Bardugo

"Go. May Djel watch over you until I can once more."


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