I mentioned I’d like to do a review of this book because it speaks to rekindling old relationships, which I felt was relevant to what I am doing in revisiting my beloved blog to post all sorts of random things! ‘If You Still Recognise Me’ is ‘a lyrical contemporary story about falling in love and … Continue reading Book Review | If You Still Recognise Me – Cynthia So (Spoiler Free!)
The Unexpected Everything | Morgan Matson | Book Review
Okay, now it’s over. And I just want more! Like, why end it so abruptly? What will happen to Clark and Andie? Please, Morgan Matson, give me more! I spent a week on this book, a lot longer than I would usually dedicate to reading, but I just wanted it to last forever. Sadly, it … Continue reading The Unexpected Everything | Morgan Matson | Book Review
Nowhere On Earth | Nick Lake | Unexpected Twists & Unlike Any YA I’ve Read Before
Though it hasn’t been long since I last published a book review, it feels like ages since I have sat down to write one. I picked up ‘Nowhere On Earth’ from the library because I really wanted to read light contemporary. We shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, but my first impressions of this … Continue reading Nowhere On Earth | Nick Lake | Unexpected Twists & Unlike Any YA I’ve Read Before
Wonder | The Best Character Development I Have Seen In Middle Grade | Book Review
This book has been on my TBR for such a long time. A few days ago I was talking to a friend about how much I wanted to read it and she offered to give me her copy! Within the space of 24 hours I read this book from cover to cover. I must admit there were tears... but only of happiness! I didn't look into the context much before reading. All I was aware of was that the main character was called August and he had a facial deformity. Throughout the book I did discover the different perspectives which was really interesting. It's really odd how one-sided a book can get without having the perspective of the 'so-called' bad guy.
The overall book was a pleasure to read. The growth of the characters from the start to the finish was really beautiful. Though the book's main focus was on character development, the plot was also interesting! It's really hard to express my love for this book without giving spoilers. You really need to read it and then we can chat about it in the comments! The morals of this story are really important: even you don't think that you need a reminder.
Shatter Me | Book Review ft. Unpopular Opinions
If you loved this series then I don’t mean to offend you. I would just like to share my critical opinions on the first book, though I will give the rest a try! I don’t know whether to hate or love Shatter Me. It was a very stereotypical dystopia and the romance wasn’t all that … Continue reading Shatter Me | Book Review ft. Unpopular Opinions
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