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Song of the Abyss Book Revi..

Song of the Abyss Book Review

I really enjoyed this adventure. I read the whole thing in a day because I found myself riveted from the moment our two main characters Reyna and Levi meet. Their banter and chemistry was undeniable and I found myself truly intrigued and that continued throughout the entire book. I love the little nods that we get in this book to the first one but I also like that you don’t necessarily need to read the first one to understand this one although I do recommend doing so. Blaise was probably one of my favorite characters and I loved seeing her […]

Posted December 25, 2019
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Book Review – The Pri..

Book Review – The Princess and the Fangirl

Let me tell you that Ashley Poston really gets what it means to be a diehard fan of something. I can’t get over the way she brings these characters to life who look and act so similarly to myself and people that I know. Loving something so deeply that you have to write your own stories about it, make art about it, or hell even write songs about it is truly an incredible thing. Ashley Poston knows that down to her core and it comes through in her writing. I will admit that I am not a huge contemporary fan, […]

Posted December 11, 2019
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Book Review: The Treacherou..

Book Review: The Treacherous Seas

Molly and Emmett embark on a second adventure in this serious of perilous journeys and this time they hit the high seas! Before they get there, they must first endure a mother trying to be a mother instead of an inventor, and many of their dreams being foiled. To add to the adventure is a new character, Nellie Bly who at first seems more involved in wanting to report rather than help be apart of their adventure. She is after the story of the century but doesn’t necessarily want to be apart of it herself, even if she is forced […]

Posted December 5, 2019
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After reading and loving Orphan Island, I found myself instantly drawn to My Jasper June. When I started to read it, it drew me in – the story of a lonely girl named Leah looking for someone to connect with and running from the grief that has overtaken her household and changed her relationship with everyone she knows. Meeting Jasper is life-changing and I spent the book wondering if there was something truly magical about her character. She’s able to transform Leah into a person with purpose and give her something to focus on that is new instead of dwelling […]

Posted September 13, 2019
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Again but Better Book Revie..

Again but Better Book Review

Okay, so I went into this book knowing that it has been getting mixed reviews but I figured it’s a short contemporary about a girl studying abroad I will probably like it. That was unfortunately not the case, Shane is without a doubt one of the most annoying and frustrating main characters that I have ever read about. I honestly thought that she was sixteen because of how immature she acts. The fact that she has the audacity to go after a guy even after she knows that he has a girlfriend really tells you all you need to know […]

Posted August 26, 2019
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With the Fire on High Book ..

With the Fire on High Book Review

This book was such an amazing and quick read. The way Emoni talks about food is tantalizing, it honestly makes you hungry just reading it. I saw a lot of myself in this book cause I only had one really good friend in high school and I have always also loved to cook. Not quite as intensely as Emoni but I could definitely understand her passion for it. I loved the way the relationship was taken slow and allowed to develop at a speed that was comfortable for both people involved. Also I loved the moments seeing how Emoni parents […]

Posted August 17, 2019
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Sorcery Of Thorns Book Revi..

Sorcery Of Thorns Book Review

Wow, what a ride. I loved the way books and libraries were talked about in here. For books to be truly alive and to have personalities and emotions was incredible. I could defintely see myself living in this world. The characters in here are so relatable. Elisabeth is actually me being a child of the library, and the way she cares for books is just uncanny. I really loved Silas like I would read a 500 page book about just Silas without a doubt. He really reminded me of Sebastian from Black Butler, not sure if that was a purposeful […]

Posted August 15, 2019
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The Flatshare Book Review

The Flatshare Book Review

This was such an adorable romance book with some heavy AF topics throughout. There is issues with a past relationship that was emotionally abusive and there is also some heavy family drama as well. I found this book super relatable, and it definitely made me reevaluate a relationship I used to be in and realize that it was also emotionally abusive. I really am starting to love this genre and it’s really nice having characters that are closer to my age than most of the books I read which are YA fantasy. (Don’t get me wrong I LOVE YA.) But […]

Posted August 13, 2019
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