*The book discussed in this blog post has been gifted by the publisher.
I was lucky enough to receive a copy of Three Things I Know Are True from Harper Teen a little while ago, and although this book isn’t out until January, i thought i’d get my thoughts out now and make ya’ll excited to read it!
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It’s taken me a very long time to finally pick up Orbiting Jupiter. I bought my copy last year at YALC and was determined to read it straight away as it’s short and heard incredible things about it. That clearly didn’t happen as i’m only just reviewing it now.
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I didn’t have high hopes for any Lauren James novel after i read The Next Together and spent a lot of time afterwards disliking it. But, when YALC rolled around this year and by far The Loneliest Girl In The Universe was the most talked about book, it was difficult not to pick up a copy eventually. It seemed to have an exciting premise and i was in the hope that i connect with the writing a little bit more as she’s gone on to write more novels.
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I received an Advanced Readers Copy of Blackbird i exchange for an honest review.
I’ve had my eye on ND Gomes as an author for quite a while. Dear Charlie was her first release last year, and i always found it had an interesting story-arc. When i released ARC’s of Blackbird were circling, i jumped at the chance to grab one.
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I picked up The Girl In Between knowing absolutely nothing about it except that Sarah Carroll was one of the authors who had been announced for YALC. The premise sounded interesting so i thought i’d give it a go.
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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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This poetry collection has been on my radar for a while. It completely blew up on BookTube and the internet last year after becoming a New York Times Bestseller, and it’s taken me until now to get a copy and read it (to be fair, its not been sat on my shelf for years, i got it a month ago).
Continue reading “Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur”