“I have always imagined that Paradise will be a kind of library.”
― Jorge Luis Borges
A blog created by two best friends back in May 2015 that started from a simple text message, Book Allure is dedicated to reviewing books under the genres of YA.
Kyra and Nikki came to a decision to the blog name due to the interesting nature books provide once readers fully immerse themselves in it. Book Allure aims to show its readers that there can never be a dull day if you keep a good book in hand.
Posts are published every Monday and Thursday!
Books from authors, agents, and publishers may be reviewed upon request and posted on the blog.
Need a second opinion on your unpublished manuscript? Book Allure is currently offering beta reading services with many options to choose from.
We participate in ARC/blog tours around the Philippines.
A post in which I let you know how hard it is to find time reading when all I do now is play Scrabble
Save the Date. Morgan Matson. Young adult/Contemporary. 2018. 432 pages. 3 stars. It seemed like the second you tried to tell someone why you loved someone else, it took the luster off it, like pinning a butterfly down in a case—it never quite captured it.
Something Strange and Deadly. Susan Dennard. Young Adult/Steampunk. 388 pages. 4.5 stars. “Miss Fitt, you know curiosity gets men killed.” I grinned. “Then I daresay it’s good I’m a woman.”