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CollectionsYour library (126), To read (1), All collections (127)

Reviews117 reviews

TagsYA (47), Read in 2011 (39), Drama (38), Read in 2012 (35), Mystery (29), Read in 2013 (26), Supernatural (26), Romance (23), Read in 2014 (14), Survival (13) — see all tags

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About meI love reading YA books mostly; the supernatural genre is something that interests me as a wannabe author; that's the kind of thing I would like to write. Nothing Twilight-ish; but the idea of the supernatural world interests me.

About my libraryI just discovered the site; so I'll just be uploading/reviewing books I've read. I have a handful of new books that I haven't even opened, so my plan for the year is to finish them :)


Favorite authorsJane Austen, P. C. Cast, Agatha Christie, Charlaine Harris, Audrey Niffenegger, J. K. Rowling (Shared favorites)

Real nameKat


Account typepublic, lifetime

URLs /profile/littleton_pace (profile)
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Member sinceJan 19, 2011

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I just read your review of Joyland, wanted to respond to your question. "It's not white" refers to the murderer's hair. He was dying it because it was blond, not white, as Devin thought -- because he was hiding his identity. Hope that helps!
Welcome hon!!!
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