I am dying of emotions, but 1) that's nothing new, 2) it's worth it. 13/10 recommend the experience. May recommended this read to me, and it did not disappoint! I think that I'll be rereading this until I die* because it was too good to let go of. (Hence why I read it, and then… Continue reading Coming-Out-Series (P3): An LGBT+ Review (AUTOBOYOGRAPHY) Internalised Homophobia, Self Acceptance, Love and Religion All In One.
Tag: contemporary ya
It Only Happens In The Movies // The Perfect Book That Vanquishes Stereotypes (!!)
UGH I love this. BUT IT MAKES ME SO ANGRY.LIKE . . . thoughts. . . what are they??? This book showed actual REAL relationships in REAL life and important things that I quibble over in contemporaries: - [x] not everyone was a relationship expert at age 17 and hsgbldfghbbgfjfdb. - [x] About how cliches… Continue reading It Only Happens In The Movies // The Perfect Book That Vanquishes Stereotypes (!!)
GEEKS RULE // GEEKERELLA REVIEW BY ASHLEY POSTON.
GEEKS JUST RULE THE WORLD OKAY?? I read this book last month and I DEVOURED this book in a day because (A) I eat books (B) it was cute (C) it was a fast contemporary that made me feel like a fluffy dragon ball of cuteness (D) everyone was smol and I declared my love for… Continue reading GEEKS RULE // GEEKERELLA REVIEW BY ASHLEY POSTON.
ELIZA AND HER MONSTERS || ANOTHER CONTEMPORARY THAT I GOBBLED UP
AHHHHH ANOTHER CONTEMPORARY THAT I LOVEEEEEE. CANNOT BELIEVE I LOVED THIS BOOK SO MUCH. I started this at midnight, and read for 4 & 1/2 hours, leaving 40 pages for the morning. And honestly, if I hadn’t left those 40 pages, I don’t think that I would have actually been able to sleep. I LOVE… Continue reading ELIZA AND HER MONSTERS || ANOTHER CONTEMPORARY THAT I GOBBLED UP
RELEASE BY PATRICK NESS REVIEW | DIVERSITY AND SPIRITS.
I read this book in August but didn’t have the chance to review it the same month. I didn’t think that I was going to be able to finish it, but then one night I just ploughed my way through the remaining 150 pages and finished it at 1:30 AM. THIS BOOK. I’ve got some… Continue reading RELEASE BY PATRICK NESS REVIEW | DIVERSITY AND SPIRITS.
STEREOTYPICAL ASPECTS OF CONTEMPORARY BOOKS THAT RATTLE MY CAGE.
Hellloooooooo If you follow my blog and remember what I shout out to the world, 1) aww thanks and 2) you may remember this never ending battle that I face with contemporaries. we. Just. do. Not. get. along. any. more. I used to—when I was a foetus—really enjoy a fluffy contemporary book, especially if I… Continue reading STEREOTYPICAL ASPECTS OF CONTEMPORARY BOOKS THAT RATTLE MY CAGE.
One Memory Of Flora Banks Review.
So I haven’t read a contemporary book like this in about 6 months (give or take) and gosh, I didn’t miss them. Contemporaries really aren’t my type of book any more and I much prefer the other genres because well, contemporaries seem boring now. In particular, One Memory. It was good at first, when things… Continue reading One Memory Of Flora Banks Review.