Although I’ve read this book a while ago, I wanted to write up a review- this month is apparently the month of different book genres; I’ve had a self-help book and a middle-school lit to break the YA pattern; and now, classics! Without further ado, let’s get started. Enjoy day twenty of #ABJ!
I’ve loved anything Universe from a very young age. First, there was astronomy and then it was physics. Middle school literature may not be what’s usually on the blog, but I had to include this review, since the book has been extremely enjoyable.
This will be less of a book review and more of a rant, since the book we’re discussing today is more of a self-help book. I’ve read this book way back in May, but until today, I just couldn’t bring myself up to writing it. Don’t get me wrong, it’s definitely not because I didn’t enjoy it, but more so because I didn’t figure out how to around it. Enjoy day seventeen of #ABJ!
Welcome to day fifteen of #ABJ! Today's post is a review on a book I didn't really enjoy that much. it doesn't happen often to me, but it does. As all readers, I have to accept it happening from time to time. Wondering why I didn't like it? Read on.
Hey, folks! It’s Andrea, coming back to you with a booktalk. As you probably figured out from yesterday’s post, I recently finished Leigh Bardugo’s Siege and Storm. Grab your mugs and snacks- I have a lot of thoughts. Enjoy day eleven of #ABJ!
A few days ago, I published my Shadow and Bone review and separately, the booktalk. I was able to advance quickly into the trilogy and finished with Siege and Storm a few days ago- hence this post. Strap in and enjoy day ten of #ABJ!
Now, if you’ve read my bookfair haul or my June Wrap-Up, you’ve noticed three tiny, adorably aesthetic books amongst them- three Penguin Little Black Classics. Today’s post revolves around one of them- Emily Bronte’s The Night is Darkening Round Me, a book I absolutely loved.
Okay, this is an important moment. My first ever booktalk. I have everything prepared- a list of bookmarks throughout the book, a cuppa tea and the proper writing mood. Everything is set, so let’s get cracking. [spoiler warning]
As you might have seen in yesterday’s post, the reason I didn’t read Leigh Bardugo’s Six of Crows was because I got my hands on the Grisha trilogy. I bring thee a review for the first book in the series: Shadow and Bone.
This review comes with a bit of a backstory, so allow me to fill you in. Let me ask you a question. How do you feel when you’re reading? For insightful stories and a spoiler-free review, read on!