Spin the Dawn. Elizabeth Lim. Young adult/Fantasy. 2019. 385 pages. 5 stars.
“I, too, once journeyed beyond the stars.” “What did you find?” His voice turned lethally soft. “That it’s just the beginning.”
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Meet Cute. Helena Hunting. Contemporary romance. 384 pages. 2019. 2 stars.
You learn how to live with holes in your heart. You can’t patch them up, or plug them with other people, but you find ways to make it bearable.
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Sorcery of Thorns. Margaret Rogerson. Young adult/Fantasy. 2019. 456 pages. 5 stars.
It was always wise to be polite to books, whether or not they could hear you.
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And just like that, half of the year is over. Join us as we recollect the past six months and look forward to the next!
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Reading books growing up also means changing genres. As someone who is slowly transitioning from young adult to adult, here are some adult versions of these YA novels.
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The Unhoneymooners. Christina Lauren. Contemporary Romance/Adult. 2019. 432 pages. 5 stars.
“I still hate you,” I tell him, pushing a dark curl of hair off his forehead.
He nods. “I know you do.”
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My, my, how time flies! I can still remember thinking about starting a book blog, and here we are, four years strong! This post is dedicated to Book Allure’s recaps of the previous year which includes events, best reads, and friends made along the way. 🌸
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Defy Me. Tahereh Mafi. Young adult/Dystopian. 2019. 352 pages. 3.5 stars.
It’s not insane to imagine that sometimes even horrible people are searching for a way out of their own darkness.
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There are books that we take with us as we grow up but there are also some that we leave behind.
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King’s Rising. C.S. Pacat. Adult/Fantasy/Romance/LGBT. 2016. 385 pages. 5 stars.
The ache of loss didn’t make sense, because Laurent had never been his.
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