I want to begin this review by thanking HarperTeen, our wonderful authors and Karina from Afire Pages for the free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. I have thoroughly enjoyed this book and I'm not sure I can put into words just how much I loved this book.
This week I want to talk about an LGBTQ book that seemed to have passed my notice last year. I saw it about and I saw other people's reviews of it but for some reason I didn't think about buying it and I didn't think about reading it. I now feel like such an idiot because it may have been the best book I read all year and the fastest book I read this year.
I started listening to this Audiobook on a family day out on my birthday. It was my dad's choice to put it on but I loved listening to it and it reminded me of just how long it had been since I had read The Da Vinci Code.
I've got a wonderful book for you this week that I really hope that everyone out there reads. A brilliant book all about body positivity that proves that your dress size doesn't impact your chances at finding love.
I have been blessed on NetGalley with many splendid books and I am glad to say that this week I am reviewing Beach Read by Emily Henry. This book seems to have been the talk of the summer.
I am cutting back on the number of books that I am buying but I still managed to buy quite a few last month.
I've been saying for quite a while now that I wanted to get into reading more graphic novels and I finally made good on it. Here is my review of Laura Dean Keeps Breaking Up With Me.
First of all, we need to talk about Kissing Booth 2. Have you seen the film on Netflix yet? I have and I think I may have found a film that I loved more than the book.
I am very happy to share with you a new book that came out on Tuesday. 10 Things I Hate About You by Sandhya Menon. I was very lucky indeed to receive an ARC of this book from NetGalley.
I am glad to say that it is now my turn on the WriteReads blog tour for the Knightmare Arcnanist by Shami Stovall. This is the first book in the Frith Chronicles , and an excellent start to the series it is.