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When it comes to today’s book, I do know that I’ve at least jumped on the train late seeing as how it was published last year and I just read it. Though, I haven’t heard much hype about this book yet, (am I just missing it or is this more of an underground book right now?) I have a strong feeling it’s about to get a little crazy since the second in the series comes out next month.

Perhaps for once in my life I’m ahead of the game?!?

{This is a weekly meme hosted by Alison Can Read and Parajunkee’s View}

This Week’s Question…

What hyped up book do you think was worth all of the fuss?

  1. As per yesterday’s post, hands down Taylor’s imagination–alΓ‘ world building–blew me away and I loved it.
  2. This book tells a story!!! I know… that’s what most books do, but there’s no underlying message/moral and no blatant “teaching.” I feel as if it’s a story for story’s sake. I was entertained, escaped my own world while reading, and just loved every moment I was able to be absorbed in the book.
  3. It’s a series. Which means I get to experience more of Taylor’s beautiful world and writing.

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