Coming of age story I enjoyed this summer: Cool for the Summer by Dahlia Adler @StMartinPress #BookLovers #lqbtq

GIFTED / Today I am happy to bring you my review for a book I had such a fun reading, and I hope you will enjoy it too. It is coming of age story with love triangle in it. Maybe it sounds cheezy, but trust me, it is good! Cool for the Summer came out […]

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One with good anxiety representation: Verona Comics by Jennifer Dugan @PRHGlobal #partner #comics #VeronaComics

Today I want to share with you my review for Verona Comics, a ya contemporary that talks about anxiety and first love, that took me by surprise. It was published on April 21st 2020 by G.P. Putnam’s Sons Books for Young Readers. It has 352 pages. I want to thank the team from Penguin Random […]

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The best book I read this year so far: It Sounded Better in my Head by Nina Kentwood #booklovers #romance #teens #anxiety

GIFTED / Today I want to talk about one special book I read few days ago and fell in love with it completely. I loved it so much that it’s now my favourite read of 2020. It Sounded Better in my Head has 272 pages and is already out. I received this novel via Netgalley […]

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The one of huge importance: And the Stars Were Burning Brightly by Danielle Jawando #booklovers #bullying #fiction

GIFTED / Today I want to talk about one book that I read back in February, but haven’t reviewed it until now. It is, in my opinion, one very important book that talks about bullying and where it can lead if we close our eyes. I received And the Stars Were Burning Brightly via Netgalley, […]

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The one that hits hard: How to Make Friends with the Dark by Kathleen Glasgow (Book Review) @PRHGlobal #partner #BookLovers

GIFTED / Today I want to talk about a book that really made me emotional, and was not an easy read, but at the same time it was comforting in a way. How to Make Friends with the Dark was published by Delacorte Press on April 9th 2019 and it has 421 pages. I want […]

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Solid contemporary with a magical feeling: Night of Miracles by Elizabeth Berg (Book Review) @PRHGlobal #partner #Books

GIFTED / Today I bring you my review for the book I read lat week, and fairly liked it. Night of Miracles was published on November 13th 2018 by Random House and it has 267 pages. I want to thank the team from Penguin Random House Global for sending me an e-galley of this novel […]

Book Review: Rayne & Delilah’s Midnite Matinee by Jeff Zentner @PRHGlobal #partner #BookReview #Contemporary #YoungAdult

Title: Rayne & Delilah’s Midnite Matinee Author: Jeff Zentner Publisher: Crown Books for Young Readers, Penguin Random House Date: February 26th, 2019 Pages: 400 Format: eARC Source: from Publisher for a review Review: After spending some time only reading adult fiction and non fiction, I found myself craving some ya literature. I already read some […]

The one with intelligent humour: Neanderthal Opens the Door to the Universe by Preston Norton (Book Review) #BookReview #ComingOfAge #YoungAdult #Contemporary #BookLovers

Title:┬áNeanderthal Opens the Door to the Universe Author: Preston Norton Publisher: Disney-Hyperion Date: May 22nd, 2018 Pages: 410 Format: eARC Source: from Publisher for a review Review: Warning: This novel contains strong language and touches the topic of suicide. Neanderthal Opens the Door to the Universe is the one novel I feel like I had […]

Two Short Book Reviews: My Super Sweet Sixteenth Century and Someone Else’s Summer

Last month I wrote two short book reviews on my blog, for books I have previously read but never reviewed here on my blog. Since I am pretty satisfied by how they turned out, I decided to do it once again, for books that I have read while I was in a reviewing slump. My […]