The Silvered Serpents, by Roshani Chokshi | a spoiler free review

The Silvered Serpents, by Roshani Chokshi, is a truly terrifying book. It is a reminder that books have the power to tear us apart inside, to break our hearts into a million pieces. It is also a reminder that books have the power to make us feel warm and happy, to give us characters that we can’t help but feel the need to protect.

All in all, The Silvered Serpents, by Roshani Chokshi is a masterpiece.

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Cinderella is Dead, by Kalynn Bayron | spoiler free review

Hello! I finished reading Cinderella is Dead a few weeks ago, but it took me a while to write this review. I really loved it though, and I think that it is a wonderful book.

Also, I’m on a camping trip and won’t have wifi and stuff, so I won’t be able to respond to comments until Wednesday or or Thursday.

Anyways, without further ado, here is my review of Cinderella is Dead, by Kalynn Bayron.

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Little and Lion, by Brandy Colbert | spoiler free review for an amazing book.

I recently read Brandy Colbert’s most recent novel, The Voting Booth, and I loved it. Little and Lion was even better, and is one of my favorite books that I’ve read all year. Here is my review for this wonderful novel.

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The Voting Booth, by Brandy Colbert | a spoiler-free review

Hello! I read this book a more than a week ago, but I have taken a lot of time to write this review. I loved this book, it was just kind of hard to write, I guess. Anyway, here is my review of The Voting Booth, by Brandy Colbert.

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Stamped: Racism, Antiracism and You, by Jason Reynolds and Ibram X. Kendi | the first nonfiction book I’ve reviewed on my blog, and it has not let me down

Hello! I finished reading this book earlier today, and immediately got started with a review. I’ve seen this book being talked about in countless places, and I’ve heard incredible things about it. Also, I thought that it might be good to point out that, uh, I’ve been blogging her for 10 months (wow that’s a long time) and I have never ever reviewed a nonfiction book that wasn’t a biography. (Brown Girl Dreaming got that) Anyways, here is my review of Stamped: Racism, Antiracism and You, by Jason Reynolds and Ibram X. Kendi.

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Mark of the Thief, by Jennifer A. Nielsen | mini review

Hey there! I got a lot of schoolwork done today, which was good, so I’ve had time to write this. It’s been over two months though, since sheltering in place began which seems really crazy. One of my friends birthdays was yesterday, though, and we did a surprise drive by birthday parade. It was really fun, and I did get to chat with some of my friends, even though it was from far apart. Anyways, I finished reading this book about a day ago, so here is my review of Mark of the Thief, by Jacqueline Woodson.

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They Went Left, by Monica Hesse | blog tour and review

Hello! I hope you are all doing well right now, and are staying healthy! I’ve been a bit overwhelmed the past week, because I started distance learning on Wednesday, and I’m still getting used to almost entirely using google classroom for all of my schoolwork, but right now I’m back with a review on my stop of the blog tour of They Went Left, by Monica Hesse.

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