I picked up Faking It by Cora Carmack really cheap in a charity shop some years ago, before I knew the kind of buzz this book series has. She’s one of the leaders of New Adult fiction with her novels, Faking It, Losing It and Finding It, and after reading Faking It I can understand why!
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My plan of not buying books in the month of November didn’t really work out too well for me if I’m honest. I figured I’d probably buy a couple of books within the month – that was until a lot of books started to come to my attention that I absolutely had to have (it’s true, I had to have them!)
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Sex Criminals is a graphic novel that centres on Suzie and Jon and their ability to stop time after orgasm. After finding each other and coming to terms with the fact they both have this magical ability, they decide to put their power to good use. Rob banks.
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I’ve had fangirl sitting on my bookshelf since its release week back in September 2013 and I’ve only just gotten around to reading it (I know, I know.) It’s an absolutely perfect transition book for anyone who is in College or University and I cannot believe I’ve waited this long to read it. Honestly the only thing that forced me to read it now is the fact that this time next year I won’t be a student anymore and I probably won’t relate to it as well. So at the beginning of my third year of University I picked up on of the most well-known YA books around!
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Virgin is Radhika Sanghani’s first novel which follows Ellie who is nearing her university graduation and is desperate to lose her V card before the big event. Continue reading “Virgin By Radhika Sanghani”