A List of Cages has been on my TBR for a little bit of time now, and finally, once i saw it in a book shop i decided to pick it up. I knew it would be a fast read and something i could get through quickly, so i was saving it for a time when i wanted something to run through fast. I wasn’t expecting to soak up every word and savour this book so much.
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Honestly, the one thing that’s been putting me off reading this book for so long was the ridiculous price of the American import. Once i found out that More Happy Than Not would be getting a U.K release, i was thrilled i’d be able to read this book much cheaper and start with Adam’s debut novel.
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*I was sent a copy of Clean by Juno Dawson in exchange for an honest review*
Juno is one of my favourite authors. I adore her writing and her characters and the daring aspects to her work. She pushes the boundaries of YA and that’s so refreshing to read, and definitely something i think younger YA readers are owed.
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I’ve spent a lot of time on this blog over the last two years sharing my book reviews with you. I’ve pretty much reviewed every single book i’ve read in the last couple of years and posted it up for others to see, and these include a star rating out of five handily placed at the bottom of the page. But i’ve never really discussed what my rating system is and what a book entails to have a one star or five star review. Here’s the explanation for you!
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As it got closer to Christmas, I started feeling more and more like I wanted a very cheesy, festive, easy read. What Light ended up being just that. As a new release this year, I was eager to pick it up and share my views.
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Her is the story of Emma and Nina, Nina remembers Emma, but Emma doesn’t remember Nina. When their lives come together once again after years of being apart, Nina intends on causing chaos in to Emma’s seemingly perfect life. But in the end, will Emma remember the chaos she caused on Nina’s?
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I’ve had Don’t Want To Miss A Thing (along with a hell of a lot more of Jill Mansell’s novels) on my book shelf for quite some time. I picked up this one when I was in the mood for a lighter read that was a little more predictable and lovey. I wasn’t disappointed.
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