*The book discussed in this post was gifted by the publisher.
There are very few books in the YA circle that talk about male appearence, body dismorphia and the feelings that come in to that. The New David Espinoza has shone some light on to the missing link in YA, and has done it in the best way possible.
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*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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Everyone in the U.K. YA community knows who Lucy Powrie is. She’s been masterminding U.K. YA for quite some time now, and it took over the community when she announced the release of her debut novel, The Paper & Hearts Society.
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I picked up The One Memory of Flora Banks quite a while ago in the hope it was a contemporary that i would enjoy. I knew very little about it before i picked it up. And surprise surprise, it was YALC that pushed me in to reading it.
Continue reading “The One Memory Of Flora Banks by Emily Barr – Review”
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.
Continue reading “Dash and Lily’s Book Of Dares by David Levithan & Rachel Cohn”
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.
Continue reading “What Light by Jay Asher”