Where's the movie adaptation of this book because I want it - like right now? I will even start recording it on my PHONE - that's how much I can see it as a movie.
Anyway! Come and read what I had to think of this book!
We'll Never Tell by Wendy Heard takes what could be very simple - YouTubers breaking in somewhere for yet another video - and ups the stakes, creating a much different story that I ended up enjoying a lot!
Read to see what I thought of this book. Thank you TBR and Beyond Tours for the review copy.
The Princess and the Grilled Cheese Sandwich by Deya Muniz was an absolutely delight to read! It's so sweet and just low-stress - perfect when I've read a lot of fantasy books with stakes recently.
Come see how much I enjoyed reading and then maybe make yourself a grilled cheese sandwich afterwards?
I enjoyed reading this YA Fantasy, The First Dark Sorcerer by Abby Arthur. If you like a good sibling relationship and fun fantasy, look no further!
I'm a massive fan of books that retell stories and ones that are inspired by other tales and I really loved this one!
Silver in the Bone is the start to a story you don't want to miss!
If you don't already like podcasts, I'm sure you will after reading this book!
Come and see what I liked about Girl Forgotten by April Henry and maybe you read it afterwards? Who knows!
In Nightfall had what I wanted from a vampire book and managed to bring something new to the genre.
Come and read my review to see what I liked and didn't like about this book!
As I've said before - not every book can be a win or even an average read! Dnfs can actually be quite healthy.
So let's see what didn't work for me for these 3 books.
This book is amazing and I enjoyed every part of reading it! Come and see exactly what I loved about it!
Thank you once again to TBR and Beyond Tours for the e-arc and a spot on the blog tour!
Going Dark by Melissa de la Cruz takes the reader on an interesting journey as they follow two people in a relationship and what people hide.
Read my review to see what I thought about the book!
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