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I Wish You All the Best by Mason Deaver – A book review

Have you read I Wish You All the Best by Mason Deaver? What other books have you read with a NB/nonbinary/enby lead? Let’s talk.

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The Kinship of Secrets by Eugenia Kim – A book review

Have you read The Kinship of Secrets by Eugenia Kim? Can you recommend some books set in a war background? Let us talk.

Vices/Virtues – A book review

Vices/Virtues – A book review

I know it has been quite a while since I wrote a review. Don't worry I will be giving a detailed update on what kept me away from blogging and my readers in my Sunday Post, but for now you have an Indie review of Vices/Virtues to catch up on. About the book Book Name:...

Five feet apart – A book review

Five feet apart – A book review

I jumped at the chance to buddy read Five feet apart, because it is not something that has ended up quite well for me historically and I would not pick it up on my own even though it was on my TBR. Go figure! It has been a while since I read a young adult based in a...

Book review: The Hating Game

Book review: The Hating Game

What is the most recent that made you stay up all night reading it? Quite a few books have done that to me currently, and I am totally loving that. And The Hating Game by Sally Thorne is the latest book on that list. I know everyone on the blogosphere and their...

Book review: Very Large Expanse of Sea, A

Book review: Very Large Expanse of Sea, A

I just realized it has been a while since I reviewed a romance book and I am here today to rectify that situation. I picked up A Very Large Expanse of Sea by Tahereh Mafi with a similar motive. That and the fact that about three billion of fellow book bloggers and...

Book review: The Bell Jar

Book review: The Bell Jar

Today let us talk about a book that I have been raving about to everyone I know and their mother in the past few days. And it is a re-read too, which makes it a rarer thing, because most of my reread attempts end up badly for me. I would avoid rereading a loved book...

Book review: The Woman in the Window

Book review: The Woman in the Window

The Woman in the Window is a book that everyone I know has read and reviewed already. So when my book club chose this one as our March BOTM I knew I had to read it. And having been focusing on the classics until now this year, I loved the chance of reading a...

Book review: Me Talk Pretty One Day

Book review: Me Talk Pretty One Day

I have a thing for funny biographies. Either I love them or hate them completely there is no in between. So when a couple of my friends went gaga over David Sedaris, I simply had to pick Me Talk Pretty One Day up. I know it has been a while since I read this one but...

Book review: Eliza and Her Monsters

Book review: Eliza and Her Monsters

I rarely read the blurb of the book and just jump into a book when I get them, Well, it has been both good and bad for me. I did the same with Eliza and Her Monsters, after reading so many positive spoiler free reviews about it. I needed to read something easy and...

Before I let go: A Book review

Before I let go: A Book review

I picked Before I let go up when I was looking for another book of Marieke Nijkamp and I could not find it on the store. I read the blurb, which I rarely do, and got ready to dig into the mystery set in the obscure town near Alaska. Let us see how Before I Let Go by...