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Top Ten Tuesday: Beach Reads

It’s been a while since I did one of these! Top Ten Tuesday is a hugely popular meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish – go check out other people’s lists! :) This week, we’re listing the top ten beach reads – for me, this means something lighthearted and not too chunky (In terms […]

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End of Days by Susan Ee

This is the review for the third and final instalment of the trilogy, so there are bound to be some spoilers for Angelfall and World After (click to read my reviews). Can I just say how much I love the cover? The whole series looks amazing and it’s one of the few times I’ve been tempted […]

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Are You Into Safe Sex?

I’m borrowing both my topic and my post title today from this cool post on Rabid Reads. I’ve been thinking about writing something similar for a while now. If you’ve been around my blog these past months, you’ve surely noticed my penchant for going on romance reading binges (wow I clearly have a problem…). With romances, […]

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Uprooted by Naomi Novik

Ahhh this was one of the best books I’ve read this year. I actually won a copy from Mel in a great giveaway, but it hasn’t arrived yet, but I also got an e-arc from the publisher. I’ve been thinking about Uprooted a lot since I finished it last week and I have to say it’s […]

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Looking for Alaska by John Green

I finally read my second John Green novel. I read The Fault in Our Stars before I started blogging so I never reviewed it here – and while I knew the book was fabulously famous, I also didn’t really understand just how much hype there is around Green’s books. I really liked TFIOS but because of all the pomp […]

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The Same Old Story

I love fairytales – and fairytale retellings, which is why I joined the Fairytale Challenge hosted by the awesome Mel of The Daily Prophecy and wrote a post about it. I love the magic, the tradition, the belief that good always wins over evil.  I am quite sick, however, of hearing the same damn story over and over again. […]