Monthly Archives: March 2017

“The Hidden Oracle” by Rick Riordan

The Hidden Oracle follows the God Apollo, who has been punished by his father Zeus. One minute he is an immortal Greek god, the next he is human. And not just any gorgeous, chiselled human, but a sixteen year old, … Continue reading

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“Devil in the grass” by Chris Bowron

This is the review I’ve been trying to get to! The Chemist really set me back in my reading, it usually doesn’t take that long for me to read. I usually average 20 – 50 pages a night, not 2. … Continue reading

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“World War Z” by Max Brooks.

This was not the book I was intending to review this week, but sadly my day just didn’t allow for the little extra time I needed to finish reading it. Arg! That has to be the most frustrating thing ever. … Continue reading

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‘A Mother’s Reckoning: Living in the aftermath of Tragedy” by Sue Klebold

There are some days in your life you will never forget. April 20, 1999 is one of those days for me. I came home from school, and saw my mom had the TV on a news station with round the … Continue reading

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Introducing!

Hello, you do not know me as of yet. I am new to blogging . On this blog I go by the name Samsquinch (that’s just a funny play on the Bigfoot name Sasquatch, but I just find it a … Continue reading

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“Chemist” by Stephanie Meyer

Today is an odd day, as far as blog days go – two bad reviews! I try not to be fake on this blog, if I like something, I’ll say it and if I don’t like it …well, I’ll say … Continue reading

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“Smoke” by Dan Vyleta

The premise of this book was really intriguing to me. It seemed very dark and mysterious. The story takes place in Victorian Era London, where people let off smoke for any lie, excuse, deed, or even bad thought. They leave … Continue reading

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