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Q: Christmas in July! Someone gives you a gift card for two books (whatever that costs). What two books will you buy?

Only two!  If there is no other option, let's buy those two books.  Recently I read the synopsis of  Michelle Hodkin's The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer after learning a little bit about its characters at the YA Crush Tournament at Stuck In YA Books.  So, we have my first buy : The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer.  We'll see if I end being a fan from Team Noah.

So many possibilities, but the magic card just provides for two books.  My second one would be a hardcover version of A Place In This Life by Julie Rieman Duck.  I really like that book.  I think it is a book capable of awakening the inner reader inside the clueless book allergic.

I have finished my book shopping madness.  Say hi and leave a comment so I can return your follow.  Look forward to all your visits!
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  1. I really enjoyed Mara Dyer - can't wait to see what team you're on. And I just picked up A Place in This Life :0) Great picks!

    New follower. My FF.

  2. Hopping through. Mara Dyer was great. I can't wait to read the second book.
    My Hop

  3. Great choices! The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer sounds so good!

    New GFC follower! Here is my FF post:

  4. Great picks! I really want to read The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer! :D

    New GFC follower!

    My F&F

  5. Interesting titles!

    Here are my picks.

    Happy weekend!

  6. Awesome choices! The Unbecoming is on my Wishlist!

    New GFC follower! Would love a follow back at

    Jessica :) x

  7. I recently recieved Mara Dyer and I cannot wait to read it!

    I'm a new follower!


  8. I've not seen A Place in This Life before, it looks interesting!
    New follower of your blog!
    My Feature & Follow post


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