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The Epidemic by Suzanne Young | Review | *spoiler free*

12 things i do 4 - The Epidemic by Suzanne Young | Review | *spoiler free*

WHAT DID I JUST READ?! Ever since I finished reading The Remedy – the third installment in The Program series – almost five months ago, I have been asking and quite literally begging (and bugging) the librarians at my school library to buy Suzanne Young’s newest release, and latest installment in The Program series; The Epidemic. The Epidemic is the fifth installment in The Program series. So far, this series consists of four books and one ebook (which I read quite recently).

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August Wrap-Up + Haul

12 things i do 21 - August Wrap-Up + Haul

Hello Bookaholics, It has not been long since my last post (only 4 days if I counted correctly). I am so proud of myself for keeping up with my blogging lately because I have lots more posts scheduled for your entertainment coming. But without further ado, let’s review the books I managed to read – and buy – in the month of August!

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Library of Souls by Ransom Riggs | Review

51 - Library of Souls by Ransom Riggs | Review

Hello again, and welcome back my fellow Bookworms! Today I am reviewing the third installment into the Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children trilogy by the absolutely amazing, Ransom Riggs. This review is being done in preparation for the upcoming movie adaptation of the first book; Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, which will be opening in Australian cinemas on September 30, and will be directed by my all time favorite director; Mr. Tim Burton.

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August TBR

18 - August TBR

I know it is a bit late (almost two weeks into the month), but here is what I have planned to read in the month of August. I am trying to keep my TBR pile for this month small as I do not have much time to read, due to this month being a crazy month with school tests and organising my university preferences for next year. This very short list features three books, one of which I have been begging the library […]

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July Wrap-Up

25 - July Wrap-Up

The month of July was a crazy successful reading month!! I exceeded my average reading for the month and managed to knock out a whopping 6 books and half of 2 others! The books I read were (in order of finish dates); Harry Potter and The Philosophers Stone ★★★★★ (5/5 stars) Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ★★★★★ (5/5 stars) Harry Potter and The Prisoner of Azkaban ★★★★★ (5/5 stars) Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children ★★★★★ (5/5 stars) Hollow City ★★★★★ (5/5 stars) […]

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY, HARRY POTTER!! + Cursed Child Unbagging

81 - HAPPY BIRTHDAY, HARRY POTTER!! + Cursed Child Unbagging

Today is the day we take out our wands and don our Hogwarts robes, holding our heads and wands high for our master Harry Potter. Once a boy who conquered evil, now a man who lives inside each and every one of our hearts. Happy Birthday, Harry Potter! Harry Potter and The Cursed Child is a story based on an original story by J.K. Rowling, Jack Thorne, and John Tiffany and has been made into a play by Jack Thorne. […]

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June Wrap-Up

17 - June Wrap-Up

This is my first  Wrap-Up on my blog! During the month of June, I read only three books; Every Day Another Day Illuminae Believe it or not, the first two, smaller, young adult romance novels; Every day, and Another day by David Levithan took me wayyy longer to read than the larger, 600-page Si-Fi novel Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff. Illuminae, surprisingly only took me two days to read. I was so hooked, I had trouble physically putting it down for […]

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June Book Haul

16 - June Book Haul

This is the first book haul on my blog so I’m quite excited to share with you the amazing books I’ve accumulated this month!   From K-mart I bought; Harry Potter and The Philosopher’s Stone ($10) Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ($10) Harry Potter and The Prisoner of Azkaban ($10) Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire ($10) I already own the last three books of the Harry Potter Series and because K-mart has been selling the beautiful paperback […]

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Make It Lovely| All The Bright Places by Jennifer Niven | Review

blog titles - Make It Lovely| All The Bright Places by Jennifer Niven | Review

A few weeks ago I finished All The Bright Places by Jennifer Niven. All The Bright Places is a stand-alone novel about a girl named Violet Markey, who has lost her sister and is now living day-by-day with this intense longing for the future burning inside of her. She longs for the day when she finishes high school and goes to college in order to escape the confinements of her small town. The book also follows Theodore Finch who holds a deep fascination […]

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Book Challenge May 16 + Review

16 - Book Challenge May 16 + Review

This has to be one of my favourite bookish photos I have taken. The Guy, The Girl, The Artist and His Ex is a book set in my home city of Melbourne, Australia and details the events that lead up to and preceding the theft of Picasso’s Weeping Woman painting stolen from the NGV (National Gallery of Victoria). Four people; Guy, Rafi, Luke, and Penny are all affected by the theft for four very different reasons. The author, Gabrielle Williams who was […]

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