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Trigger Warnings infertility, motorcycle accidents, hospitals, death of a loved one Should You read The Friend Zone? “I’m a woman. I can go into a bar penniless wearing sweats and a questionable rash and come out with leftovers and a buzz.” The Friend Zone by Abby Jimenez is the author’s debut novel where we see an…
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Excerpt: -Paisley- Record scratch.Freeze frame.Yup, that’s me. Paisley Turner. Making out with a random guy at my first college party. You’re probably wondering how I got into this situation.  Not that it really matters at the moment, seeing as how all I can think about is this guy’s hand on my waist and his fingers in…
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Trigger Warnings Self-harm and graphic descriptions of inflicting injury on others Should You read The Merciful Crow? “Pa was taking too long to cut the boys’ throats.” There may be spoilers ahead, so continue at your own risk.. I was clearly craving more “crow” books as I couldn’t wait to start The Merciful Crow immediately after…
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Trigger Warnings Depression, on page violence,self-harm Should You read The Storm Crow? “A storm. A tempest of lightning and thunder with the kind of heart found only in legends. A heart full of kindness and courage and strength.” The Storm Crow was a love at first sight. The moment I laid my eyes on the dark…
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I’m naming this post as Some of my Bookish Confessions because it feels like I’m confessing my bookish sins..so yeah. Thank you so much Simant @ Flipping Through the Pages and one another blogger whom I can’t remember (sorry) for tagging me! Rules: Thank the person who tagged you, and link back to their post. Link…
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Excerpt: I sped to practice to burn off the last of the alcohol I’d drowned myself in. Being elected boss was my worst nightmare come true, and had required liquor-induced oblivion. I could hardly think about it without wanting to vomit. I’d done everything right, played my hand perfectly to support Nella as leader, and…
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Soul of the Sword by Julie Kagawa Publication Date: 25th June, 2019 Paperback: 464 pages      Genre: Fantasy, Young Adult Buy: Book Depository | Wordery “THE TIME OF THE WISH APPROACHES…  Yumeko the shapeshifter had one task: take her piece of the ancient and powerful scroll to the Steel Feather temple and prevent the summoning of the great Kami Dragon.…
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Should You read Sorcery of Thorns? “Night fell as death rode into the Great Library of Summershall.” Both of Margaret Rogerson’s books have been blessed by the cover gods. If you haven’t seen the cover of Enchantment of Ravens or heard about it, you can click on this link. I also loved the synopsis which promised…
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Should You read Emily Eternal? “It’s dark, way too dark for the middle of the day. And that’s not where the sky’s supposed to be.” Emily Eternal tell us the story about Emily, an A.C.(Artificial Consciousness) who has to save the world from the sun which has begun to die. Well, not “die”exactly…but ..it made a…
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Should You read The Tiger Catcher by Paullina Simons? “I should have kissed you.” The Tiger Catcher is one of my most anticipated books of 2019 because of The Bronze Horseman series. If you’ve read and loved the series, you KNOW what I’m talking about. Did The Tiger Catcher live up to my expectations? Let me…
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