Thanks to NetGalley and Houghton Mifflin Harcourt for the arc of Need by Joelle Charbonneau! Need has a weird and creepy concept that should make it a popular book. Creepiness multiplies as evidence shows that the Need website has members carrying out bad deeds so they get a reward or gift of their choosing. Members make their request first, then they are asked to carry out a deed. Action packed and full of surprises, Need is food for thought! Kaylee, the main character, has a past of crying wolf. As she is drawn into the questionable world of Need, people around her tend to believe she is just trying to get attention when she tries to make them see how awful Need is. As she struggles with her reputation, an ill brother, a closed off mother and the scary happenings around her, the mystery unravels!
I just finished reading The Veil by Megan Chance and I loved it! The entire Fianna series is about Irish Mythology and centuries old tales that have been passed down through generations. Grace is a realistic and believable heroine who continues to learn family secrets until the end of the trilogy. Diarmid and Patrick are both heroes in their own right and care for Grace equally. The ending surprised me a bit, but it worked out perfectly!
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I am so excited! I received my set of HP Funko Pops and seeing Dumbledore’s half moon spectacles and Hagrid’s pink umbrella made me want to read the Harry Potter series once again! This will be my eighth time reading it and each time I fall in love with Harry Potter’s world and J.K. Rowling’s writing all over again!
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