Who can resist a Rogue, or my review of The Lies of Locke Lamora

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by Scott Lynch

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Just stopping by, or the blog tour review for Synthetica (and a giveaway)

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By Rachel Pattinson

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Finally putting a face to a name, or the cover reveal for Dreaming of Antigone

blue border limited cropThanks to YA Bound Book Tours, we have a cover reveal to share with you today!

I read Robin Bridges’ Katerina Trilogy and loved it, so I can’t wait to see what she does when working in the contemporary genre.

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Just stopping by, or the blog tour review for Ruthless (and a giveaway)

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By Carolyn Lee Adams

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Top Ten Scary-Brilliant Leading Ladies

So badass ladies come in many different forms. Be they knife-wielders, fantastical mages, or bloody geniuses.

Let’s focus on the geniuses: these ladies can kick your ass with their brains. If they weren’t on your side, you’d piss your pants. You can’t help but root for them, and you know that they can get you out of dicey situations.

Below, we’ve gone beyond the tried and true Nancy Drew (who deserves her own list) to give you some of the best leading ladies who happen to also be blow your mind brilliant, in no particular order.

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Words, words, words, or you get to read the second chapter of Serpentine by Cindy Pon. Aren’t you lucky?

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Fairies and Steampunk and Bloodshed, oh my, or my review of The Falconer

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by Elizabeth May

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Finally putting a face to a name, or the cover reveal for The Candy Series (and a giveaway)

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Thanks to Xpresso Book Tours, Debra Doxer, and the artists themselves, Okay Creations, I have the covers for the Candy Series to share with you!

There are also teasers and a giveaway below!

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Christmas in July, or next month’s Most Anticipated Books (according to Bibliobibuli)

blue border limited cropHere at Bibliobibuli YA, our aim is to give you our bookish opinions and keep your To Be Read pile neverending. From standalones to sequels to ones with questionable cover art but fantastic synopses, I’ve compiled a list of books it feels like I’ve been waiting years for and are now only a few days away.

 

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