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Throwback Thursday: “Blood and Chocolate”

Blood and Chocolate by Annette Curtis Klause Vivian Gandillon is a werewolf. That is, she’s a sixteen-year-old human girl. And she’s a wolf. And not just any wolf, but the daughter of the pack’s alpha pair. She, too, is destined … Continue reading

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“Shiver”

  Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater Another book I read—loved this one—and didn’t have time to review. (The Chaffey library is closed for AP testing, so I’m sneaking in a few reviews in the hope that you’ll find some good summer … Continue reading

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“Blood and Chocolate”

Blood and Chocolate by Annette Curtis Klause 264 pp. Though “Blood and Chocolate” is a young adult book (that is, it’s meant for a teen audience), it is a very sensuous, even sexual book. Vivian, the she-werewolf, thinks a lot … Continue reading

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