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DNF Review: Fairytales for Wilde Girls by Allyse Near

DNF Review: Fairytales for Wilde Girls by Allyse Near

March 8, 2018 Review 10 DNF

I hate DNFing so much, and it frustrates me that my first DNF of 2018 happened so early on. But I wasn’t going to force myself to go on when I have many other books staring me down. Especially with a book I actually had attempted to start at the end of last year but put aside for other novels. […]

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5 Things About Godsgrave by Jay Kristoff

5 Things About Godsgrave by Jay Kristoff

February 18, 2018 Review 4 ★★★★★

I am in so much shock right now Hello ginormous book hangover. I’ve been waiting for you. It’s been over a week since I finished and I’m still…. how do you even describe this emotion? I knew it was coming, but hooooolllllyyy crap the ending. No time wasted When you go into a sequel, one of the worries is that […]

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5 Things About Gap Year in Ghost Town

5 Things About Gap Year in Ghost Town

October 31, 2017 Review 12 ★★★★

A different kind of Halloween read This is a book about ghosts, but it’s not a scary haunting thriller type ghost story. It’s much lighter and more enjoyable. Which I’m grateful for because ghost stories creep me out. Percy Jackson x Supernatural I know we hate book comparisons, but this just fits so well! Anton reminds me a lot of […]

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5 Things About Yellow by Megan Jacobson

5 Things About Yellow by Megan Jacobson

July 11, 2017 Review 10 ★★★★

Short, fast, and easy Being as busy as I am with Uni, short books are my thing atm (at least, in an attempt to keep up with reviews on the blog). I’m so tired by the time I’m done with the day that I don’t want to think too much. YELLOW was the perfect book; easy to read and follow, […]

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5 Things About Hexenhaus by Nikki McWatters

5 Things About Hexenhaus by Nikki McWatters

January 19, 2017 Review 14 ★★★½

Three different stories, three different times HEXENHAUS features three different witch hunts in three different time periods, told in alternating chapters. These alternating chapters can be a bit worrying as sometimes you like one character more than the others and so some chapters become boring. In HEXENHAUS this was not the case, as I really enjoyed all the stories and […]

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