Review: We Speak In Storms, Natalie Lund

There are no spoilers in this review. We Speak In Storms, Natalie Lund Publishing on September 3rd, 2019 by Philomel Books. It’s been more than 50 years since a tornado tore through a drive-in movie theater in tiny Mercer, Illinois, leaving dozens of teens — a whole generation of Mercerites — dead in its wake. […]

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Bullet Point Reviews : The Wicked Deep, The Night Circus

Hi friends!. I’m back today with a couple reviews of some of my latest reads and today, it’s all about magic. Two magical kind of reads I’ve been anticipating reading for a little while now… and they did not disappoint. There are no spoilers in these reviews. The Wicked Deep, Shea Ernshaw Published by Simon […]

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Review: Just Listen, Sarah Dessen

Just Listen has been heavily recommended by fellow blogger friends for so many months, years now, I can’t even remember the first time I heard about it. Before heading into this review, I can’t help myself and have to give a little shout out to both Summer and Beth for the recommendation.. A CHARACTER-DRIVEN NOVEL […]

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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: Spellbook of the lost and found, Moïra 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 Moïra 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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