Both Vivid and Bland | Review of ‘Blood and Salt’ (Blood and Salt, #1)

By Cynthia Ayala

“Blood and Salt” by Kim Liggett
G. P. Putnam’s Sons Books for Young Readers

Ash Larkin has been haunted by the past. A past that was never her own, a past from a time so long ago. Images of a dead girl have haunted her since she was a child. But when a ghost from the past comes for her and her mother goes missing, Ash and her twin brother must venture to Kansas to find the cult her mother once as part of in order to seal everyone’s fate and save her mother. But something darker, older, has different plans for her….

Published on September 22, 2015 by G. P. Putnam’s Sons Books for Young Readers, Blood and Salt by Kim Liggett is a young adult horror and romance novel written in a very creative way to incorporate suspense and romance into one 352-page book without weighing the book down in a convoluted mess.
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Weekly Reading List #18

By Cynthia Ayala

Hey there readers! So this may be my last really good reading list since I will be starting school next week at Emerson provided that the tropical storm/hurricane does not impede my journey. Since I will be starting school I will mostly be reading school books and ebooks so my reading lists may fluctuate a lot. As for what you can expect in reviews, well there might be a lag here or there since I will also be working 2 jobs and have probably bunches of school work. Ah school, you are so necessary and time consuming. I will be returning to Emerson leaving FL on my 24th birthday (there could be worse birthday’s right?) and hopefully I will get to read everything that I want to read outside of school and work on my side projects and bracelets. On the bright side, I’ll be waking up early because I have to…wait, is that a bright side?

Anyway, you’ve had enough of my rambling so here are the books I hope to read this coming week. And, as always, all synopsis’ are courtesy of Goodreads. Happy reading!
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