Mini Reviews: The Hate U Give, The Boy Most Likely To

Hello friends, happy Friday! It has been a little while since I did mini-reviews and…since I’ve been reading tons and not gathering enough brain cells to do it all…Mini-review-time it is! Ha ha ha ha HAHAHAHA. Let’s be honest, these reviews aren’t as short as I’d like them to be, but I LIKE TALKING ABOUT […]

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Review: Forest of a Thousand Lanterns, Julie C. Dao

Forest of a Thousand Lanterns was not what I expected it to be, AT ALL. IF I had to sum it up in a couple words, actually, I would not know where to start. Unique. Dark. Twisted as hell. Maybe these three – okay I am cheating here – would be good to start with. […]

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Review: Far From The Tree, Robin Benway

A little while ago now, I read and fell in love with Emmy & Oliver, a beautiful story about childhood friends -my weakness, guys-, written by Robin Benway. Obviously, I wanted to read more from her as soon as I could, but you know how TBRs go…they are endless. I was, once again, pleasantly surprised […]

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Review: Girl Out of Water, Laura Silverman

Girl Out of Water made some noise, back in late 2016, around the bookish community. First for stupid reasons I’m not going to mention here, because this has nothing to do with the book (if you want to know more, head over to Goodreads and you’ll understand). Second, for a couple of raving reviews by […]

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Review: Spellbook of the lost and found, MoΓ―ra Fowley-Doyle

Rainy Ireland, bike rides to school, abandoned houses and estates, lost belongings, old books and strange spells: this is, in a nutshell, what you can expect from MoΓ―ra Fowley-Doyle’s latest book, Spellbook of the Lost and Found. Last year, I fell in love with her debut and, at the same time, with magical realism, this […]

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