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book review: our violent ends

So, I just finished reading my most awaited sequel of the entire effing year and all I know right now is that I need to stop crying and after I do, I am gonna hack the internet for Chloe's address and ship her my therapy bills. Just kidding, but this book was worth every second of the wait.

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book review: the house in the cerulean sea

Title: The House in the Cerulean Sea Series: Stand Alone Genre: LGBTQ Fantasy Rating: ★★/5 Linus Baker, a forty-year-old government employee at the Department in Charge of Magical Youth, spends his days inspecting orphanages (built especially for magical kids) and listening to old records with his cat, Calliope in his tiny house. He works eight… Continue reading book review: the house in the cerulean sea

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books i read recently ft. it’s been a while

less than a month. that's how long i was gone, and mr. wordpress, this is what you chose to do? someone please start a riot because this new formatting is, i kid you not, hurting my eyes. what is this new aversion to the apostrophe?! anyways, the reason this is not october wrap-up, but just… Continue reading books i read recently ft. it’s been a while

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recent favorites ft. mini reviews || talking bears and cheesy high school contemporaries

I literally scoured the entire blogosphere because I have forgotten how to write a wrap-up post: that's how long it's been. But fear not, I am not going to hurdle boring lists of books at you. Just going to share a few recent favorites. It's been a weird few reading months. Everything I picked up… Continue reading recent favorites ft. mini reviews || talking bears and cheesy high school contemporaries