Bullet-Point Review: We Set The Dark On Fire, Tehlor Kay Mejia

I should have talked about We Set The Dark On Fire when I first read it, almost two months ago, but time and other reviews came around and before I knew it, it was the very start of May. The thing is: how do you talk about a book you love with all of your […]

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Review: The Quiet At The End of The World, Lauren James

There are no spoilers in this review. I discovered Lauren James a little while ago with her debut, The Next Together and somehow I knew this, this was an author with tons of potential. My instinct seemed to have been right. I really, really had a fantastic time reading The Loneliest Girl Of The Universe […]

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Bullet Point-Review: Legend, Marie Lu

Happy Friday, friends! Today is reviewing day, and… in order to change things up a little bit, make it more fun, both for me to write and for you to read, I’m introducing a new kind of review on the blog. Welcome to my first bullet-point review! It’s a name that might or might not […]

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Review: An Ember in the Ashes, Sabaa Tahir

There are no spoilers in this review. When I started reading An Ember in the Ashes, I clearly remember thinking that this would be a hard book to read. After staying away from the dystopian genre for a little while, getting back into it with a clear β€œbang” was hard, especially for a book like […]

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Review: The Delirium series, Lauren Oliver

There are no spoilers in this review. I discovered Lauren Oliver’s Delirium series a long time ago, around the time it was first released. It was in 2011, so a gazillion years ago in a bookworm’s life. Yet it was always a series that stayed with me and, as I found myself re-reading it this […]

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