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Sugo

The Emotional Range of a Teaspoon

Bookworms thrive here, in the lair of an OCD... ahem, avid artist and snarky critic who loves Hermione, is in an abusive relationship with anime, and is obsessed with the incorrect use of "good."

Currently reading

半分の月がのぼる空 1: 1 (Japanese Edition)
橋本 紡
Me, Just Different
Stephanie Morrill
The Rithmatist
Brandon Sanderson
Tamashii O Tsunagu Mono
Manabu Kaminaga
No.6, Volume 1
Atsuko Asano
Hawksong
Amelia Atwater-Rhodes
H.I.V.E.: Higher Institute of Villainous Education
Mark Walden
Today
July
27
November 2014
22
reviewed: The Fault in Our Stars
The Fault in Our Stars was devoured and thoroughly digested by the Kind Book Monster inhabiting my brain. It was hungry - rea...
The Fault in Our Stars - John Green
finished reading:
November 2014
19
reviewed: Ella Enchanted
“That fool of a fairy Lucinda did not intend to lay a curse on me. She meant to bestow a gift. When I cried inconsolably thro...
Ella Enchanted - Gail Carson Levine
finished reading:
November 2014
15
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November 2014
04
reviewed: Fearless
As the end drew near, I realized that I was reading this book so fast because it was a library book. That I cared more about ...
Fearless - Cornelia Funke
finished reading:
November 2014
3
finished reading:
October 2014
31
reviewed: Starlight
The older I got, the more these books lost their enigma. Bye, Erin Hunter. It was fun.
Starlight - Erin Hunter
October 2014
8
finished reading:
October 2014
01
reviewed: Wonder
In one word: Sweet.Wonder is one of the books that make me wonder about things (sorry, I just had to do that). Like—it’s not ...
Wonder - R.J. Palacio
finished reading:
September 2014
26
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August 2014
23
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February 2014
08
reviewed: Hawksong
You know you like a book when you're frequently compelled to pick it up and sift through the whole thing to find your favorit...
Hawksong - Amelia Atwater-Rhodes
reviewed: The Singer of All Songs, The: Chanters of Tremaris, Book One: Chanters Of Tremaris Book One (Chanters of Tremaris Trilogy)
Quite bland and awkwardly written, with gray dialogue, a sluggish plot, and characters that never get past "okay." They stay ...
The Singer of All Songs, The: Chanters of Tremaris, Book One: Chanters Of Tremaris Book One (Chanters of Tremaris Trilogy) - Kate Constable
reviewed: Inkheart
I bought Inkheart four years ago and since then it has been a beloved book made by an author that I have grown to love. From ...
Inkheart  - Anthea Bell, Cornelia Funke