{ Review } Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell

“To really be a nerd, she’d decided, you had to prefer fictional worlds to the real one.” Read in June 2020 I have to be honest; I didn’t expect to enjoy this book all that much and I kind of picked it up reluctantly. You have to understand that so far, the only other book […]

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{ Review } The Girl Made of Stars by Ashley Herring Blake

“It’s changed me forever, but changed doesn’t have to mean broken.” Read in  May 2020 Spoilers In Girl Made of Stars, we follow Mara a teenage girl living her normal and happy teenager life, outside of the fact that things are strained between her and her ex/childhood best friend Charlie. Until one day her world […]

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{ Review } The Henna Wars by Adiba Jaigirdar

“So that’s how I spend Sunny Apu’s engagement, trying to construct the perfect coming out moment, and wondering if that even exists. I try to think back to every movie, TV show, and book that I’ve ever seen or read with gay protagonists. Even gay side characters. Each coming out was tragically painful. And they […]

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{ Review } Always and Forever, Lara Jean by Jenny Han

“Never say no when you really want to say yes.” Read in March 2020 Always and Forever, Lara Jean starts shortly after P.S. I Still Love You. Lara Jean chose to be with Peter Kavinsky, John Ambrose McLaren is out of the picture and is now in a relationship with some other girl, and basically, […]

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{ 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 } 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 } 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 } 10 Blind Dates by Ashley Elston

“I don’t expect to meet the love of my life but maybe, just maybe this will help heal the pieces Griffin broke.” Read in December 2019 As I told in my previous review, I’m still stuck in seasonal reading, and since this book is taking place during Christmas break, it was perfect. Actually, I wanted […]

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