This May End Badly, by Samantha Markum | ARC Review

Hello and happy Monday! I hope that you are all having a good start to your weeks! I got to read an advance copy of This May End Badly, by Samantha Markum recently, and I loved it! It’s a really fun book, with a lot of important messages and themes. This May End Badly comes out tomorrow, April 12th, and if you’re a fan of YA contemporaries, then it’s one I definitely recommend. I’m so excited to tell you all about my thoughts on this book today, so let’s get into the review!!

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The One True Me and You, by Remi K. England | Review

Hello, and happy Monday! This week is going to busy for me at school because of finals, but it’s only a three day week, which is really nice. I’m so excited for the break, and I’m hoping to have lots of time to read, write and relax. Anyways, today I’m very excited to bring you my review of a book that I can already tell is going to be one of my favorites of the year: The One True Me and You, by Remi K. England. I can’t wait to share my thoughts on this fun and emotional young adult romance, and I hope that you like my review!

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If This Gets Out, by Sophie Gonzales and Cale Dietrich | ARC review

Hello! I didn’t have school today, which was really really nice, and I was able to write my review of If This Gets Out, by Sophie Gonzales and Cale Dietrich! I absolutely flew through the book in just a couple of days, and it really pulled me out of the reading slump that I was in for most of November. I’m excited to share all my thoughts on this wonderful book with you, so I’m going to dive straight into the post!

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Our Violent Ends, by Chloe Gong | a spoiler free review for the finale to this amazing duology

Hello! I hope you’ve all had lovely weekends. My weekend was pretty good. I went to a pumpkin patch with some friends this afternoon, and it ended up raining really hard, but it was so much fun! I only have a four day week at school because it’s a grading day, which is really nice, so I’m at least looking forwards to that!

Anyways, I’m really excited for today’s review: it’s for one of my favorite books, and one of my most anticipated releases of this year: Our Violent Ends, by Chloe Gong, the finale to the These Violent Delights duology!

These Violent Delights is a historical fantasy set in 1920’s Shanghai, about the heirs to two gangs, the Scarlets and the White Flowers, who despite a blood feud going back must work together to stop a dangerous monster tearing through the city, infecting people and causing them to rip out their very own throats.

It’s an incredible book, so when I received an advance copy from the publisher I was ecstatic. So, without further ado, I’m going to dive right into my review for this amazing historical fantasy.

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Walls, by L. M. Elliott | blog tour & review

Hello!! I am so excited to be on the blog tour for Walls, by L M Elliott! Walls was released on the 27th, so you can go order your copies of this amazing book now! Anyways, I don’t have anything else to say, so I’m going to get right into the review!

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We Can’t Keep Meeting Like This, by Rachel Lynn Solomon | review

I haven’t written a full review in over a month, but I’m so excited for my review of We Can’t Keep Meeting Like This, by Rachel Lynn Solomon! It’s a really amazing book, and I loved reading it so much!! I don’t have anything else to write, so I’m going to get right into the review!!

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Instructions for Dancing, by Nicola Yoon | arc review

Hello! I can’t believe that it’s already the last day of May, but I’m so excited for June. I’m going to finish 8th grade in a couple weeks (which means I’ll start high school in the fall, which I’m not at all ready for), and I’m really excited for summer. There are a ton of amazing books coming out in June, and I am incredibly lucky to have been able to read an advance copy of one, Instructions for Dancing, by Nicola Yoon. I read Nicola Yoon’s other two books years ago, and was thrilled to find out that there was another coming out! Instructions for Dancing is an really wonderful book, and I’m very excited to share my thoughts on it!

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Made in Korea, by Sarah Suk | review

Hello and happy Monday! I meant for this post to be a little earlier, but I’m just now having the time to finish it, so here it is! I’m so excited to share my thoughts on this book: I absolutely loved reading Made in Korea, by Sarah Suk. It’s a wonderful book, and I’m going to get right into the review!

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Let’s Talk Bookish: Age categories in books

This post is a couple days late, but this week’s LTB topic is a great one!! This week’s official topic is What Make You Continue Picking Up YA/Middle Grade Books? (suggested by Sam @ River Moose Books), but I decided to change it a little for a few reasons.

The main reason was that I’m 14, which means that I’m in the YA age group, and am barely outside of the middle-grade age group. So, I’m going to instead talk more about what makes me like MG vs. YA vs. adult books, as well as some of my favorite books in each category!

Also, MG stands for middle-grade and YA stands for young adult!

Let’s Talk Bookish is a weekly discussion post created by Rukky @ Eternity Books and is hosted by Rukky and Dani @ A Literary Lion! For this week’s topic, I’m going to talk about what I like about different book age categories!

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Perfect on Paper, by Sophie Gonzales | a spoiler free review for an amazing book

Hello! Today I have a review for a book that I am very excited to review, and it’s one that I loved reading! Perfect on Paper is an amazing book, with a great plot and great diversity, and I’m really happy to be able to share my thoughts on it!

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