Hello, fellow readers! I am a bit behind on reviews after travelling for a week, but I did finish Theme Music by T. Marie Vandelly last week. Dutton Books was kind enough to reach out and ask me if I was interested in this debut title. The book was on my radar, but I was unsure of what the book was-horror, mystery, psychological thriller? The answer? The book is a bit of all three!
Theme Music is available to purchase now!
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Hello, fellow readers! After finishing The Summer I Turned Pretty by Jenny Han, I decided to jump right in to the sequel since it is also on Scribd. Based on the formula Han followed in her other trilogy, To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, I expected a love triangle to pop up in this series.
**Spoilers for The Summer I Turned Pretty and It’s Not Summer Without You are in this review.
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Hello, fellow readers! Last summer, I binged Jenny Han’s To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before trilogy. I desperately wanted more from those characters, but there are no more books. Instead, I decided to listen to Han’s Summer trilogy, which was written before TATBILB, on Scribd.
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Hello, fellow readers! Today I am reviewing a super hyped book in the bookish community. Vicious by V.E. Schwab has been on my radar for the past year, but I kept putting it off because of all the hype around the book and the sequel that released last year. I have only read two books by V.E./Victoria Schwab, but I am forever a fan after reading Vicious.
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Hello, fellow readers! Today I am talking about one of my most anticipated books of 2019. Prepare yourselves for the fangirling that is to come! Few authors are on my “automatic read” list, but Riley Sager has claimed one of those spots with his latest book, Lock Every Door.
I am so grateful to Dutton Books for sending me an electronic copy of this book to review.
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Hello, fellow readers! I was sent a surprise copy of A Nearly Normal Family from Celadon Books a month or so ago. I was unaware that the book was coming or that it even existed. I started seeing some buzz for the book after it was released as a June pick for Book of the Month. People were raving about it, so I decided to jump right in to my copy a little earlier than I anticipated. I am so grateful to Celadon Books for sending this hidden gem my way!
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Hello, fellow readers! I have been in a terrible reading slump for about two months, but I am happy to report that I seem to be coming out of the slump because I flew through this ARC in three days. I could have read it in one sitting if I wasn’t studying!
I am going to recommend that you skip the synopsis for this book. I will be including one in my review, but you will enjoy this more if you go in blind.
Spoilers in my review but I have a warning so you can skip them! If you have read the book, I would love to discuss my spoiler-y thoughts with you!
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Hello, fellow readers! Today’s review is kind of difficult. I have been reading and listening to The Last by Hanna Jameson for probably a week and half now and just finished it.about five minutes ago. And I have SO many thoughts.
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Hello, fellow readers! I was lucky enough to receive an eARC of Christopher Golden’s second book in the Ben Walker series, The Pandora Room. I read the first book, Ararat, earlier this year and enjoyed it but not as much as I expected to. I had already requested this ARC and decided to see if he improved some of the issues I had with the first book.
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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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