Review: A million worlds with you, Claudia Gray

As far as gorgeous book covers goes, I think that one has to be in the top three. I have always had a weakness for book covers, and that series certainly delivers its promises on this, each cover getting better and better than the previous one. However, when it comes to talking about what’s inside, […]

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Review: The Inexplicable Logic of My Life, Benjamin Alire Sáenz

I have talked about this enough on the blog lately. The Inexplicable Logic of My Life is the perfect example of the importance of characters in a book, because here, in this particular story, the characters ARE the book, what makes it breathe and come alive, what makes is exist, simply. If you’re looking for […]

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Review: Optimists Die First, Susin Nielsen

Being the average pessimistic person, I felt like reading this book could be eye-opening, and really refreshing. I haven’t read that many stories with pessimistic characters, up to the point where Petula, the main character of this story, is. See, she collects stories about how people tragically die, she can’t walk past construction sites because […]

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Review: Our Chemical Hearts, Krystal Sutherland

“John Green meets Rainbow Rowell”, this is how Our Chemical Hearts is described in the blurb. As a big fan of both of these authors, I had to add this to my TBR, and I am forever grateful to the wonderful Reg for sending me this book as a part of our #SFATW exchange. A […]

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Review: Blue Lily, Lily Blue & The Raven King, Maggie Stiefvater

This review is non-spoilery – well for the beginning of it, so you can read on without worry! I know that plenty of times, it seems pointless to say “Just read it”. That argument is weak, because why and how and when and just why are we supposed to read it? But there are so […]

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