Review | Josh and Hazel’s Guide to Not Dating by Christina Lauren

Hello, fellow readers! I feel like I have been in a reading slump since February. Nothing I read in March was holding my attention, and I was starting to burn out on reading every single day. I was in a fantasy mood after my last read but also kind of just wanted to read something that didn’t require much thought or attention. So I finally decided to listen to my first Christina Lauren book on Scribd.

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Review | Ararat by Christopher Golden

Hello, fellow readers! Today’s review is not for one of the newest, hottest books. I came across Ararat by Christopher Golden while scrolling through Audible a couple of weeks ago. The premise of the book sounded similar to The Anomaly by Michael Rutger, which was one of my favorite books of 2018.

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Review | Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo

Hello, fellow readers! There has been a ton of hype of the Grisha trilogy and the Six of Crows duology on bookstagram and booktube. I bought the Six of Crows duology from BookOutlet’s Black Friday sale, but I then I read reviews stating to read the Grisha Trilogy first. Then Netflix announced their adaptation of the Grisha Trilogy, so I knew I had to read it.

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Review | Two Can Keep a Secret by Karen M. McManus

Hello, fellow readers! I really enjoyed McManus’ One of Us is Lying in 2018, so I was excited to find out she was releasing another book in 2019 called Two Can Keep a Secret. There was a bit of confusion over the title of this books because it almost sounds like a sequel, especially since the covers have the same feel to them. This is not a sequel or companion to One of Us is Lying, and I think it is the weaker book of the two.

 

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Review | The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid

Hello, fellow readers! I usually do not fall for the “bookstagram hype,” but I kept seeing The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo EVERYWHERE last year. It was being raved about in the bookish community, and when I found the audiobook on scribd, I decided to give it a try, not really knowing what to expect.

 

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