Review: I Hate Everyone But You

Arc review of I Hate Everyone But You provided by Netgalley for an honest review. Release Date: September 5th Page Count: 352

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Why I Read Reviews

There are a lot of readers who couldn’t care less about reviews. They always are the ones saying that people should form their own opinion from scratch about the books. But I find that reviews are some of the most helpful things to find books readers will genuinely enjoy.

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Review: They Both Die At The End

Thanks to the lovely Shenwei I was able to get my hands on this book and will be reviewing it as an own voices reviewer. And do you know how happy I am at having a book with Queer Latinxs! So here is my review of Adam’s Silvera’s third novel.

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Prep for #sumtbreadathon

Hey everyone! Since it is around the middle of the year it is a perfect time to use this month to catch up on the reading you are behind on already from the first half of the month. So a few people and I came together to make a month long readathon!

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Review: Lambs Can Always Become Lions

Summer’s here! Which means it is time for more consistent reviews and fun stuff on the blog. So to start off this busy summer I review a book that made me giddy with happiness when I read it. Giddy enough to post reaction pictures on my instagram story and having Charlotte, the author, enjoy my […]

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May Releases You SHOULD NOT sleep on

Ah, we all know those two books(that shall not be named because noPE) coming out this month and that’s what it seems everyone is talking about. They actually make it seem like it’s they are the only books that is worth mentioning. But the other books coming out deserve much more recognition in our bookstagram community.

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Review : Persepolis

I’m really behind on my reviews but bear with me as I juggle schoolwork and reading and writing reviews. Here is a review on Marjane Satrapi’s comic strip memoir where she grows up seeing the Islamic Revolution occurring right at her doorstep.

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April TBR

Hello everyone! Another month has gone by, so it is time to decide which books you plan on reading this new month if you are like me and enjoy planning everything to the extreme. So this month I’m going to attempt to read four books, not including the ones I have to read for my […]

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The Diversity Challenge

Many of you have heard of the Diversity Book Challenge people are taking this year, and many of you feel like it’s too much of a chore to do this. But here I will explain to you why these books are so important and why people should be taking this challenge. At the end I […]

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