{ Review } P.S. I Still Love You by Jenny Han

“People come in and out of your life. For a time they are your world; they are everything. And then one day they’re not. There’s no telling how long you will have them near.” Read in March 2020 If you haven’t read my review of To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before yet, I’ll quickly […]

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{ Review } To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han

“If love is like a possession, maybe my letter are like my exorcisms.” Read in February 2020 Spoilers In To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, we follow sixteen-years-old Lara Jean Song. Lara Jean is half-Korean and she lives in Virginia with her widowed father, her younger sister Kitty and her older sister, Margot, who […]

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{ Review } We Used To Be Friends by Amy Spalding

“The secret about falling in love is how you can do it a million times over with the same person, when the person is the right one.” Read in February 2020 Honestly, I don’t give 1-star rating easily but this book was dreadful and every single part of it was a disappointment. According to the […]

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{ Review } Tales from the Shadowhunter Academy by Cassandra Clare

“Sometimes people get taken away from you whether you want it or not. And sometimes that hurts so much, it might be easier to forget.” Read in February 2020 One of my new year’s resolution for 2020 was to finish the Mortal Instrument series, and here we are, only February and being done with that. […]

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{ Review } City of Heavenly Fire by Cassandra Clare

“Heroes aren’t always the ones who win,” she said. “They’re the ones who lose, sometimes. But they keep fighting, they keep coming back. They don’t give up. That’s what makes them heroes.” Read in February 2020 Spoilers ahead FINALLY!! I had to go through each of the five first books in the Mortal Instrument series […]

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{ Review } City of Lost Souls by Cassandra Clare

“I hate ducks. Don’t know why. I just always have.” Read in January 2020 Spoilers ahead This book should be called ‘Can Clary be even more stupid? Yes, she can, and she will show you how on dozens of occasions’. Once again, this book was so difficult to go through! I wish I had counted […]

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{ Review } The Weight of the Stars by K. Ancrum

“Sometimes the only way to pry your arms away from tightly holding yourself together is when you’re given a reason to hold up your fists.” Read in January 2020 After reading and loving The Wicker King, I was on the ready for any new book K. Ancrum would write. It’s without hesitation that I joined […]

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{ Review } On the Come Up by Angie Thomas + Meeting the author

“This is a temporary setback for a major comeback. We ain’t letting it stop the come up.” Read in January 2020 Mild Spoilers below As soon as I heard that Angie Thomas was writing a new book, I excitedly clicked on the ‘to read’ button and counted the days before its release. The Hate U […]

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{ Review } All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven

“Before I die I want to know a perfect day.” Read in December 2019 This review will include spoilers. Also, I don’t usually do trigger warnings, but I really feel like this one might be needed. TW: suicidal thoughts, self-harm, death, suicide, mental illness, car accident, loss, and grief. All the Bright Places left me […]

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{ Review } The Afterlife of Holly Chase by Cynthia Hand

“Love doesn’t always have to be about the happy ending. Love can be about beginnings, too.” Read in December 2019 Even though it has been on my TBR for more than two years, The Afterlife of Holly Chase was not a book I was intending to prioritize and reading it so soon, at least until […]

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