A Thousand Perfect Notes Review

In the world of classical music, the Keverichs are famous. Beck Kerverich’s uncle is Germany’s leading composer, whilst his mother was a pianist of great acclaim, until she suffered a career ending stroke. According to his mother, it’s now Beck’s time to shine. Though a cruel mix of bullying and violence, she pushes Beck to […]

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Thunderhead by Neal Shusterman Review

The first book of the Arc of a Scythe series introduced us to a world in which death has been conquered by technology. Humans need never fear illness or old age, thus overpopulation has grown worse, and the institute of the Scythedom has arisen in order to cull the population. Thunderhead continues to follow the […]

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Bookstagram Tips & Tricks : Part One

How I take and edit my photos Read on to find out more about the camera and editing and scheduling apps I use for taking, planning, and posting my bookstagram photos. Hi friends, I’d like to start out by saying that by no means would I consider myself some kind of bookstagram expert. My photos […]

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Scythe by Neal Shusterman Review

“My greatest wish for humanity is not for peace or comfort or joy. It is that we all still die a little inside every time we witness the death of another. For only the pain of empathy will keep us human. There’s no version of God that can help us if we ever lose that.”  […]

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Queens of Fennbirn

Queens of Fennbirn (Three Dark Crowns 0.5) consists of two prequel novellas; The Young Queens and The Oracle Queen. By the time we met Mirabella, Arsinoe and Katharine in Three Dark Crowns, the triplets have been long separated. The teenage queens already see one another as rivals, and are well aware of their upcoming fight […]

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Bride of Dreams Preorder Giveaway!

  What good is beauty when it strips you of a choice? Friends, #BrideofDreams by @amaraauthoress is releasing 6/26/18 and is available for pre-order now! It’s got #fiercefemalesinlit. It’s got river demons. It’s got a childhood friends romance *swoon*. The main character, Diya, accidentally gets her groom (aka the childhood friend) cursed… and then has […]

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May 2018 Wrap Up

  Hi friends! Since it’s finally June (YAY WINTER IS HERE!!), I figured I’d share my thoughts on the seven books I read in May. Of these seven, I gave four books five star ratings! So you could say that May was a great reading month for me (or that I’m a very generous reviewer, […]

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Jay Kristoff’s Perth LIFEL1K3 Launch

For those who don’t know, Perth, Australia is one of the most isolated cities in the world. Though our population exceeds two million, the nearest capital city, Adelaide, is over two thousand miles away. Thus, a lot of the time, Perth tends to miss out on big national events, including book tours. Usually, when an […]

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Leah On the Offbeat Review

“I swear, people can’t wrap their minds around the concept of a fat girl who doesn’t diet. Is it that hard to believe I might actually like my body?”  ― Becky Albertalli, Leah on the Offbeat Plot You may remember Leah Burke from Albertalli’s debut novel, Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda. Though the book focused on […]

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The Star-Touched Queen Review

“The truth,” said Amar, taking a step closer to me, “is that you look neither lovely nor demure. You look like edges and thunderstorms. And I would not have you any other way.”  ― Roshani Chokshi, The Star-Touched Queen I only have one problem with The Star-Touched Queen… but it’s kind of a big one.My issue is, […]

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Roar Review

“Sometimes she was Aurora. Confident. Clever. Cultured. Sometimes she was Rora. Afraid. Alone. Ashamed. And more and more, she was Roar — bold, brash, and increasingly baffled by the situation in which she found herself. And sometimes she was none of them, lost and adrift somewhere in between, like the wildlands between Stormling cities.” Synopsis […]

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The Strange and Beautiful Sorrows of Ava Lavender Review

“To many, I was myth incarnate, the embodiment of a most superb legend, a fairy tale. Some considered me a monster, a mutation. To my great misfortune, I was once mistaken for an angel. To my mother, I was everything. To my father, nothing at all. To my grandmother, I was a daily reminder of […]

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