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5 Things About Rebel of the Sands by Alwyn Hamilton

5 Things About Rebel of the Sands by Alwyn Hamilton

June 28, 2016 Review 34 ★★★★½

Western feel with interesting mythology This world is brilliant. The writing itself is reminiscent of westerns, which I’ve come to love after books like VENGEANCE ROAD and WALK ON EARTH A STRANGER. And then the mythology is Persian I think (I’m not too sure if this is the right culture. I could be way off), with Djinn and some super […]

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5 Things About Carry On by Rainbow Rowell

5 Things About Carry On by Rainbow Rowell

June 16, 2016 Review 30 ★★★★

My first LGBTQ+ book I don’t know how I’ve managed to continue in modern YA without coming across a LGBTQ+ book, well at least one featuring LGBTQ main characters romance. It’s probably because I mainly stick to fantasy and don’t venture into contemporary romance for a while. Anyway moving on. The romance was good! A little strange at first because […]

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5 Things About Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

5 Things About Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

June 10, 2016 Review 26 ★★★★

Sassy McSassface These characters have always been entertaining but now they’re reaching new levels, especially Harry omg. As he gets older he’s developing an attitude and talking back. And some of the lines he comes up with are absolutely hilarious. Teenage Angst This was the least enjoyable part of the novel honestly. Like yeah teenagers have their horrible phase but […]

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5 Things About Feed by Mira Grant

5 Things About Feed by Mira Grant

May 25, 2016 Review 22 ★★★★

Blogging plays a big role This is the first book I’ve read where blogging paid a big role! And I loved how integral it was to the story. Blog posts give glimpses into other characters POVs and events the main story line didn’t go into, as well as helped deepen the emotional connection or in some cases obliterate your feels. […]

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5 Things About Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

5 Things About Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

May 15, 2016 Review 28 ★★★★

Look at the precious growing up The gang have started to enter their teenage years. They’re growing up, maturing, and entering YA territory. It’s hilarious watching them go through awkward stages, and puberty, and developing little crushes. But they’re also starting to learn more about the world around them and struggle with more complicated¬†ethical concepts (an example is Hermione and […]

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