Mini Reviews: Spinning Silver, We Regret To Inform You

Happy Friday friends! As this blog posts publishes, I’m on my way back home from Scotland, yay! So, aerm, beware. I’ll probably spend my weekend flooding your blogs with love again. Today, I’m back with some mini-reviews for some of my latest reads… One pretty unpopular opinion of a fantasy/retelling (insert sad smiley face here) […]

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Review: Save The Date, Morgan Matson

There are no spoilers in this review. Morgan Matson has been for years now, one of the authors I automatically recommend when someone needs and / or wants to read YA contemporaries. In the genre (and not just there), she is certainly one of my favorite authors, so I was eagerly waiting to read her […]

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Review: A Taxonomy of Love, Rachael Allen

There are no spoilers in this review. You know me, I am a huge fan of sweet contemporaries. Throw a little childhood-friends-trope, cute, realistic teenage romance and family ties and Iโ€™m all in. A RELATIONSHIP EVOLVING THROUGH TEENAGEHOOD ๐Ÿ’ญ A Taxonomy of Love follows Spencer and Hope from age 13 to 19, as they grow […]

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Review: Six of Crows, Leigh Bardugo

There are no spoilers in this review. So…. you’re not actually dreaming: I have read Six of Crows. It took me approximately three years to get to THE most hyped book of all times and, to be completely honest with you, I was terrified. You know, when you want to read a book, you wait […]

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Bullet Point-Review: Scream All Night, Derek Milman

Happy Friday, friends! I’m back today with a bullet-point review of a book I didn’t expect to enjoy as much as I did. I love good surprises, don’t you? The book Derek Milman, Scream All Night, Published by Balzer + Bray, July 24th, 2018. Dario Heyward knows one thing: Heโ€™s never going back to Moldavia […]

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