I don’t know why it took me so long to read Nick & Norah’s Infinite Playlist because it’s been one of my favourite movies for a long time, and David Levithan is one of my favourite authors. Everything about it screamed ‘read me now,’ however it’s been sat on my shelf for a few years. I picked it up on whim, figuring i could use a refresher of the story i love so much.
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I have been intrigued by Juno Dawson’s work ever since her appearance at YALC in 2016. She has such a strong online presence that i thought there’s no way her work would not match up to that on paper. After finding out that she’d written quite a few books that had slipped under my radar, i started to collect some for a rainy day. Spot The Difference was one of them.
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Ever since last summer i have developed an unhealthy obsession with The 100 series by Kass Morgan. I read the first installment ahead of YALC ’16 and it quickly became one of my favourite series (don’t let the covers put you off like i did). I could barely contain my excitement when i found out that she would be releasing a fourth novel in December of last year, fueling my love for these books.
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I’m a big fan of Rainbow Rowell’s work. She writes the perfect YA story that you can melt in to. It’s easy reading for a time when you don’t really know what else to read. Attachments is the first adult novel of i have read of hers, and i wasn’t disappointed in finding out it has the exact same charm as her other novels.
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I chose to give out copies of Shadow and Bone as a part of World Book Night 2016. There were a couple of books on the list that I was interested in, however I figured I should go something a little out of my comfort zone. So Shadow and Bone it was. I’d heard a lot of mixed reviews about it, some people were saying it was just an average YA fantasy book, so I was going in effectively blind.
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