Love, Hate & Other Filters is a book that’s been on my radar for quite some time. I spent a lot of time being jealous of people in the U.S. that were getting the release before us, and anticipated the U.K. release for a long time. I started to read it pretty soon after its U.K. release.
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I want to start off by saying that Alex Approximately was my most anticipated novel of 2017. Ever since her debut in 2015, i fell in love with her breezy writing style and fun characters that you could fall in love with whilst they fell in love. All of this added up meant that i definitely was excited for her second release.
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It’s come to the end of the second month for our second book of Book Club! For the last two months we’ve been reading Girl Hearts Girl by Lucy Sutcliffe. Our next book starts on the 1st of July, (we’ll reveal that at the end of the post) so make sure you get your hands on it to join in our read-along for that one! Also don’t forget to use the hashtag #TLCCBookClub on Twitter to let us know you’re reading along!
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I was so excited to pick up The Next Together, it has been sitting on my shelf for almost a year now and sitting in my Amazon wish list much longer than that! After being in a reading slump and not sure what to read next, i picked it up.
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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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Quite some time ago I was sent Fire Colour One for review. I have been close to picking this up so many times in shop just for how interesting the cover looks. To be completely honest, I’m so glad I didn’t waste my money on it.
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Big Fish was on the list of books I had to read for my adaptation module at university and I was quite excited to start as I had heard so many good things about it and it sounded really different and interesting. However, I was very disappointed.
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