The Witch’s Kiss by Katherine & Elizabeth Corr – Review

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I picked up a copy of The Witch’s Kiss quite a while ago, thinking that i wouldn’t get around to it any time soon. Admittedly it’s not really my ‘thing’. I’m not a fan of Witches and most of all, i had no idea what this story was actually about. When i saw that Katherine and Elizabeth were announced for YALC this year, i figured i may as well pick it up and see why it seemed so popular last year. I ended up speeding through it.

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Everything Leads To You by Nina LaCour Review

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I adore this book, I honestly do. It took me a couple of months to get through but this wasn’t because I didn’t get into it but because I was trying to co-read it with my girlfriend (co-reading is easier said than done) so we were trying to stay in sync with the chapters which was a difficult task! Continue reading “Everything Leads To You by Nina LaCour Review”

Dash and Lily’s Book Of Dares by David Levithan & Rachel Cohn

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I grabbed a copy of Dash And Lily a few years back to add to my ever growing collection of David Levithan. It never really appealed to me until i saw the release of the Christmas sequel this year, realising i should probably get it read (considering i picked up the Christmas version). It pleasantly surprised me.

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Winters Snow by Carrie Hope Fletcher

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I’ve been anticipating the release of Winters Snow for quite a while now, so i picked one up in my local Waterstones just after the release! The physical copies of Carrie’s first novella are only available in Waterstones stores, otherwise are available as an ebook! I was eagerly awaiting this release after loving On The Other Side so much, so got to reading it right away. – Spoilers –

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Attachments by Rainbow Rowell

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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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