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Book Review: My Dark Vanessa by Kate Elizabeth Russell

Trigger Warning: this book (and subsequently, this review) contains mature/triggering material relating to the novel. If you would like more information, please contact me.

My Dark Vanessa Add To Goodreads *I bought this book myself with my own money. This is an unbiased and fair review. Any affiliation with the publisher in no way alters my opinion or rating. Author: ... READ the POST

Book Review: We Used To Be Friends by Amy Spalding

 We Used To Be FriendsAuthor: Amy SpaldingPublished by: Amulet on January 7th, 2020Rating: ★★★★Genre: Young Adult // ContemporarySimilar Books I’ve Read: The Paper & Hearts Society Add ... READ the POST

I found myself turning the pages oh-so-fast in this tale of bittersweet friendship, family, first love and the mess of growing up through it all.

Blog Tour & Review: Run, Rebel by Manjeet Mann

Trigger Warning: this novel contains topics that readers might be affected by. Run, Rebel Author:  Manjeet Mann Published by: Penguin Books on March 5th, ... READ the POST

When I first heard about Run, Rebel, I was immediately intrigued. Not only does the book have the most compelling synopsis, but is set entirely in poetry verses. I haven't seen a YA set this way since The Poet X, so I was really excited to start reading.

Book Review: Unpregnant (#1) by Jenni Hendriks & Ted Caplan

Unpregnant Authors:  Jenni Hendriks, Ted CaplanPublished by: Chicken House Books on January 2nd, 2020Rating: ★★★★Genre: Young Adult // ContemporarySimilar Books I’ve Read: Amy & Roger's Epic ... READ the POST

I was so over the moon to get a copy of Unpregnant late last year because I had heard SO MANY THINGS and as soon as I could get the spare day or so to dive in, I took the chance. I'd heard only a month or so beforehand that it was becoming a movie, and if you know me, you know that I love to read the books before they're a movie. Obviously I love film adaptations (looking at you, To All The Boys I've Loved Before!) but as they say: the book is always better.

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