Hi all my bookworms!
My name is Chiara and I am a Bookworm.
How are you all?
Today I thought I would do something different. I haven’t made much progress with my reading and I really don’t feel like writing the same thing again as last week. So I decided to do something different.
I’ve seen this meme around the blogospere and I really wanted to try it. So I’m finalyy having a go.
For anyone who doesn’t know, and just to introduce it, Can’t-Wait Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted Wishful Endings, to spotlight and discuss the books we’re excited about that we have yet to read. Generally they’re books that have yet to be released. It’s based on Waiting on Wednesday, hosted by the fabulous Jill at Breaking the Spine.
I have a list of releases I want to get my hands on and I am pulling a book from that today.
The book I’m going to focus on this week is
Loveless by Alice Oseman
Since reading Hearstopper and catching up on all the releases on tapas (check out the link here) I have been wanting to read more of her work. Her latest book comes out July 9th.
The fourth novel from the phenomenally talented Alice Oseman – one of the most authentic and talked-about voices in contemporary YA.
Georgia feels loveless – in the romantic sense, anyway. She’s eighteen, never been in a relationship, or even had a crush on a single person in her whole life. She thinks she’s an anomaly, people call her weird, and she feels a little broken. But she still adores romance – weddings, fan fiction, and happily ever afters. She knows she’ll find her person one day … right?
After a disastrous summer, Georgia is now at university, hundreds of miles from home. She is more determined than ever to find love – and her annoying roommate, Rooney, is a bit of a love expert, so perhaps she can help.
But maybe Georgia just doesn’t feel that way about guys. Or girls. Or anyone at all. Maybe that’s okay. Maybe she can find happiness without falling in love. And maybe Rooney is a little more loveless than she first appears.
LOVELESS is a journey of identity, self-acceptance, and finding out how many different types of love there really are. And that no one is really loveless after all.