I Want to be Best Friends With Maddie and Julie, or my review of Code Name Verity

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Code Name Verity (Code Name Verity Series) 

by Elizabeth Wein

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Save your striptease for someone other than the leering rake, or my review of The Inventor’s Secret

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The Inventor’s Secret (The Inventor’s Secret #1)

By Andrea Cremer

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It’s a Secret Society Library, or my review of Mr. Penumbra’s 24-Hour Bookstore

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by Robin Sloan

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Please don’t pick the love interest assigned to kill you, or my review for Kiss of Deception

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The Kiss of Deception (The Remnant Chronicles #1)

By Mary E. Pearson

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How many tropes can we throw in, or my review of The Girl in the Steel Corset

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By Kady Cross

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This is what happens when you marry your sister, or my review of The Sin Eater’s Daughter

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The Sin Eater’s Daughter (The Sin Eater’s Daughter #1)

By Melinda Salisbury

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Who Doesn’t Like a Magical Mafia, or my Review of White Cat

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White Cat (The Curse Workers #1)

by Holly Black

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Operation Organized Chaos, or my review of Demons at Deadnight

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Demons at Deadnight (Divinicus Nex Chronicles #1)

By A&E Kirk

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A Small Demonstration of How We Think, or our first book discussion

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This entire blog has been the product of long discussions between Emilyblue border limited crop and myself–it should, then, be of no surprise that at some point we’d grant you a glimpse of how we work. Or talk, really. So, as soon as we had
decided on the idea of Series Weeks, it followed that there should be a discussion, where we just talk about the books…only it’s written, and its on a blog. Anyways, what we’re trying to do is give all of you a small, non-terrifying idea of how we think–and we hope you enjoy it.

Anyways, los Geht’s!

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A trademark of delightful creepiness, or sitting down with Kaija and Silver

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It was supposed to be a simple carjacking and kidnapping, or our review of Daughter of the Witch Queen Part 2

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By Silver Saaremaeel and Kaija Rudkiewicz

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Finally putting a face to a name, or the cover reveal for Riot of Storm and Smoke

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