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Skylarks by Karen Gregory | Spoiler-Free Book Review

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Hai Beautiful!  Not exactly what I was expecting… I picked this book up specifically to fulfil the WLW Romance novel prompt for the Bratz Readathon which is running all of September! I was so excited that I made both a YouTube video and blog post on the topic. Goodreads Summary We watch the bird as it flies high above us, singing like it’s the only thing in the world that matters. And I feel it – that life can be […]

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Call It What You Want by Brigid Kemmerer | Spoiler-Free Book Review

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Disclaimer: I was sent this book (unsolicited) by Bloomsbury, prior to its release, in exchange for an honest review. Hai Beautiful! I really didn’t want to like this book… This novel started off in a way that made me immediately not want to like our main characters, but I did. I liked this book! Blurb: When his dad is caught embezzling funds from half the town, Rob goes from popular lacrosse player to social pariah. Even worse, his father’s failed […]

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All The Invisible Things by Orlagh Collins | Spoiler-Free Book Reveiw

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Hai Beautiful! This book is queer and I’M HERE FOR IT! So I actually read the blurb for this novel but it was for a video so I didn’t go in completely blind, but I didn’t know anything else about it. Blurb: Vetty’s family is moving back to London, and all she can think about is seeing Pez again. They were inseparable when they were small – roaming the city in the long summers, sharing everything. But everyone’s telling her […]

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Why I DNFd Wearing Paper Dresses (by Anne Brinsden) – Kind of, but not really a review

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Disclaimer: the fact that This novel was sent to me by Bloomsbury publishing does not impact my review/ post/ opinion in any way shape or form. Heyo Bookaholics! Kind of, but not really a review… The cover of this novel is gorgeous! The story sounds interesting and thrilling. I love reading Aussie fiction, especially those set in the bush and from the perspective of people who’ve lived in the outback. Although, the writing style of this novel, perspective and speed […]

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Dark Blade by Steve Feasey | Spoiler Free Book Review

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Disclaimer: I received an advanced copy of this novel from Bloomsbury publishing prior to the July 11th (UK)/ August 15th (ANZ) release. Heyo Bookaholics! The perfect new middle-grade obsession! Dark Blade by Steve Feasey is a well-executed, quick read of a novel, and although flawed, I find that many middle-grade novels are in order to keep the story moving and the reader engaged. Perfect for fans of the Harry Potter and Percy Jackson series. I would 100% recommend this novel […]

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Otherworld by Jason Segal and Kirsten Miller | Spoiler Free Book Review

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Heyo Bookaholics! The Game But Not As You Know It! Disclaimer: A big thank you to Bloomsbury publishing who sent me the ARC, and the finished copy upon release.   Otherworld has sat on my shelf for two years; it’s about time it was read and reviewed! Despite it being a middle-grade novel, I really enjoyed the story. It was a different concept to others that I’ve read, despite my constant comparison of it to the Mortality Doctrine Series and […]

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Watch Us Rise by Renée Watson and Ellen Hagan | Spoiler Free Book Review

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Heyo Bookaholics! Keep on Empowering Women in Literature! Disclaimer: This book was kindly sent to me from Bloomsbury Publishing and was released on the 12th of February 2019. For the people who want to read about women empowering women in a story where the women not only talk about their experiences but do something to change the fate the world has dealt them. Blurb:  Jasmine and Chelsea are sick of the way women are treated even at their progressive NYC […]

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What Momma Left Me by Renée Watson | Spoiler Free Book Review

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Heyo Bookaholics! An oldie but a goodie! Many thanks to the wonderful staff at Bloomsbury Publishing for sending me this novel for review. It was released in America on the 8th of January (my birthday!).   Was first published by Bloomsbury USA in February of 2012, and has been re-released this year Blurb: Rediscover Newbery Honor- and Coretta Scott King Author Award-winner Renée Watson’s heart-rending debut, about one girl’s journey to reconnect to joy. Serenity is good at keeping secrets, […]

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Imprison The Sky by A. C. Gaughan | Non-Spoiler Book Review

Heyo Bookaholics! Book Reviews Are Back ☺ I’d like to extend my thanks to Bloomsbury publishing for providing me with an advanced copy of this novel for my enjoyment. WOW. I think it’s common knowledge that the first book is typically not as good as the first one because the first is the real OG, the beginning of everything. It’s the origin story of all the characters and the world in general. But what if it isn’t? Blurb: Stolen from her […]

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A Court of Frost and Starlight by Sarah J. Maas | VIDEO Book Review

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Heyo Bookaholics! My First YouTube Book Review. I almost started this post off by saying “Heyo Book Reviews”; oh my I’m a mess today. So you’re probably expecting a written book review today, but I’ve come here to promote my channel and tell you all that I have posted my first ever video review on my channel – something I was so apprehensive of doing. I chose to review ‘A Court of Frost and Starlight’ by Sarah J. Maas not only because […]

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