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Book Review: The Upside of Unrequited

Title: The Upside of Unrequited  Author: Becky Albertalli My Rating: 3.5 stars Goodreads. Book Depository. This book was a really cute contemporary novel. Widely diverse, I really enjoyed the cute romance between the two main characters even though the rest of the book did not have much of an impact on me. Synopsis: Seventeen-year-old Molly… Continue reading Book Review: The Upside of Unrequited

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Book Review: Persuasion

Title: Persuasion  Author: Jane Austen My Rating: 4.5 stars I recently buddy read this book with my Mum and really really enjoyed it. This classic love story of Austen’s is beautiful, slow burning and full of intrigue and a really great one for those classic lovers. Caution: Slight spoilers ahead. Goodreads. Book Depository. Synopsis: Written… Continue reading Book Review: Persuasion

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Book Review: Their Fractured Light

Title: Their Fractured Light (The Starbound Trilogy #3)  Author: Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner My Rating: 4.5 stars The final instalment of the Starbound trilogy is a whirlwind from start to finish. With the characters from all books coming together for a thrilling final conclusion, this book is fantastic and will keep you on the… Continue reading Book Review: Their Fractured Light

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Book Review: This Shattered World

Title: This Shattered World (Starbound Trilogy #1) Author: Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner My Rating: 4.5 stars The Starbound trilogy continues with this book and it does not disappoint! Bringing in new and old characters, the story of Flynn and Jubilee is engaging, interesting and complicated. What you discovered in These Broken Stars is built… Continue reading Book Review: This Shattered World

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Book Review: The Yearbook Committee

Title: The Yearbook Committee Author: Sarah Ayoub My Rating: 3.5 stars This book was a good contemporary YA book that yanks at the heartstrings, makes you laugh and wish for more. I read this book in one day on two separate train trips and it kept me enthralled the whole time, despite there being some… Continue reading Book Review: The Yearbook Committee