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This Shattered World

Want to get a taste of an upcoming title without a full review or spoilers? We’re here to do that for you! It’s not a real review, and there are definitely no spoilers – just a bunch of reasons to read or not read or pass on this title.

Reasons to Read:

 

How I feel about this book:

It’s a totally different story to These Broken Stars

These Broken Stars wasn’t your jazz? Can’t stand walking books and survival stories? Good. That’s not what This Shattered World is all about. It’s rebels against military. Skirmishes and fire fights.

Captain Lee Chase is going to kick your ass

I love her. I have a total girl crush on her.

 

Shit Gets Real

There are a few moments that you will probably be like, “Faaaaaaaaarrrrrk!”

 

Reasons to Pass

Okay, that’s not necessarily true…

I had issues with the ending and the sense that it made and the way it was done.  

Ask Questions

Hello, lovely internet people! You may recall that a little while back we did a survey to find out your likes and dislikes, stuff you want to see from us, etc.

One thing that came across is that you’d like for us to get a little more personal. Awesome, we’re in! The thing is we could use a little guidance as to what you’d like to know (I can’t speak for my cobloggers, but I have a faulty appropriate/inappropriate to shout about filter).

So tell us! What burning questions do you have for the hivemind behind Cuddlebuggery? Ask your questions in the comments and we’ll put together a post (or posts depending on how many questions people ask) where we reveal all that you desire to know (except for the stuff we don’t).

 

Be careful what you wish for. Shit’s about to get weird.

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Your To Be Read list is impossibly long. Your to read shelves look something like mine!

And yet there’s those books that you always wanted to read, but somehow managed to miss down the cracks. Maybe you couldn’t get it from the library, or an ARC never came in or you just couldn’t afford a copy. And every time you see it or hear about it you think, “I need to read that! Gah. One day.”

But that day never comes. And still those books go unread. If this is you, than you and I are soul twins, my friends. Because here is a list of the books that I’ve missed reading.

Sometimes I just don’t have the book. Other times the book is sitting right there, tempting me with its wiley ways. Reaching out to me like a siren song. But the day when I open its silken pages never come.

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Buzz Worthy News

Welcome back to Buzz Worthy News where the stories are awesome and not at all well-written. Need your YA industry news? Never fear, Kat and Kate are here to give it all to you. Just, ya know, not in any kinda sophisticated sense or nothing.

In this week’s Buzz Stephen Colbert defines YA, All The John Green Books are being published, Amazon takes on JK Rowling, and farewell to Strange Chemistry.

Buzz Worthy News is Cuddlebuggery’s weekly news post bringing you all the best information about the book and blogging world, particularly for the venn diagram of people who overlap between the two. For new releases and cover reveals of all the best Young Adult fiction, check out our Sunday post: Hot New Titles.


Reading News


Thank GAWD For the Government! (NOT)

In a spectacularly idiotic move that has book lovers all over the country shaking their collective fists, officials in the small Kansas town of Leawood, have ruled Little Free Libraries and children to be bad.

Hyperbole and a Half

“I have a subconscious list of rules for how reality should work. I did not develop these rules on purpose, and most of them don’t make sense – which is disturbing when you consider that they are an attempt to govern the behavior of reality – but they exist, and they play a large role in determining how I react to the things that happen to me. Large enough that a majority of the feelings I feel are simply a reaction to reality not complying with my arbitrary set of rules.”


Humor is an extraordinarily personal thing, so I do not find it particularly surprising that Allie Brosh’s combination comic and memoir was not quite as funny to me as it apparently has been for other readers.

That being said, Hyperbole and a Half is undoubtedly worth experiencing. An already short length combined with a heavy reliance on simple illustrations makes for a very quick and undemanding read, and Brosh utilizes every page to its maximum potential, telling an eclectic batch of stories that are frequently heavy in subject matter despite their lighthearted presentation.

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