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BOOK REVIEW: THE LONG WAY TO A SMALL, ANGRY PLANET

I know that I'm ridiculously late to the party on reading this book - and had been telling my bestie, who loves the books, that I wanted to make sure I was able to read it at my own pace without worrying about having to put the book down quickly. I'm very thankful that I've… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: THE LONG WAY TO A SMALL, ANGRY PLANET

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BOOK REVIEW: HEARTSTOPPER VOLUME 3

I'm thrilled that Heartstopper vol. 3 is finally out - since the cover reveal I've been pretty excited to get my hands on it. Despite keeping up to date with the webcomic updates, I always like to read the physical copy so that I can A) support the author, and B) relive the joys of… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: HEARTSTOPPER VOLUME 3

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BOOK REVIEW: DANGEROUS REMEDY

Every time I see a fantasy hailed as the next Six of Crows, I step cautiously. Aside from knowing the content of those books like the back of my hand, there's something special about the feel of those books as well as how the characters all work together. The amount of books that I've read… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: DANGEROUS REMEDY

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BOOK REVIEW: AND THE STARS WERE BURNING BRIGHTLY

Right from the get go, I know that this was going to be a tear-jerker of a read. I didn't quite realise how dark it would get, and often while reading I found that I had a sick, anxious feeling in my stomach at the troubles these characters were facing. However, it was an excellent… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: AND THE STARS WERE BURNING BRIGHTLY

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BOOK REVIEW: Redwood and Ponytail

This book was beautiful in so many ways, and at times really hurt my heart with how good it was. Huge thanks to Abrams Publishing for sending me an early readers copy to read and review! I am, of course, always excited to read new LGBT+ fiction, so to read this book about two girls… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Redwood and Ponytail