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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

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arc review: the bones of ruin || a girl who cannot die in a Tournament of Freaks

A fantasy story with influential people in politics, dark secrets, and too much power play - set in Victorian London, as we follow a "Strange" girl Iris, who is strange not just because she is an African tightrope dancer but because she can never die.

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review: gutter girl || absolutely adorable!

Title: Gutter Girl Authors: Lynn Rush & Kelly A. Blount Pages: 294 Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐ (4 stars) SYNOPSIS: Star football player Jace Rovers has a secret. And not just any secret—a shocking secret… He writes romance. The kind with swords. And dresses. And kissing. And nobody knows. Except suddenly one of the other football players grabs… Continue reading review: gutter girl || absolutely adorable!

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book review: cemetery boys || #ownvoices

Title: Cemetery Boys Author: Aiden Thomas Pages: 352 Genre: Urban/Latinx Fantasy, LGBTQ+, Romance Release Date: 1 September, 2020 Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ (4.5) Synopsis: When his traditional Latinx family has problems accepting his true gender, Yadriel becomes determined to prove himself a real brujo. With the help of his cousin and best friend Maritza, he performs the… Continue reading book review: cemetery boys || #ownvoices

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Sometimes children and even adults suffer from depression without even realising that they do and sometimes even when they get what's happening to them, people around them don't. People most often than not end up getting judged, misunderstood and even get called names. The story is a re-imagination of the infamous fable - " The Princess Who Never Laughs", and the synopsis pretty much sums up the plot. This is definitely a book that each and every child needs, especially in today's world where depression is, unfortuantely an extremely common occurence. This book makes you realise that just because you are a depressed, doesn't mean that you are not a person any longer. Because you are. You are just a little sad but one day you are gonna be better. Just because you are sad and not in a good mood, and don't feel like laughing, and you are angry and hurt, doesn't mean that you don't belong anymore. You just need a little time, and it's okay if you take it.