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Magical and atmospheric: Wintersong by S. Jae-Jones (Book Review) #Fantasy #Wintersong #Goblins

GIFTED / Today I want to talk about a book I should have read long time ago. I finally gave it a try and I really liked it, so now I feel bad for not picking it sooner. Wintersong is young adult fantasy that was published by St. Martin’s Press on February 7th 2017. It […]

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Witchy with great sense of humour: The Babysitters Coven by Kate Williams (Book Review) @PRHGlobal #partner #Halloween #paranormal

GIFTED / Today I want to talk about the only book I read during spookathon. It has been a while since I finished it, but my thoughts about it are still pretty fresh. The Babysitters Coven was published on Septebmer 17th 2019 by Delacorte Press. It has 368 pages. I want to thank the team […]

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Books I read in October (Monthly Reading Wrap Up) #BookBloggers #BookLovers #Reading #October

Hi Guys, October was not the best month for me reading wise. The reading and reviewing slumps got me and I managed to finish only 6 books. It wouldn’t be that bad if I didn’t have all the time in the world to actually read, but it is what it is now. I guess my […]

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The one that surprised me: I Know You Remember by Jennifer Donaldson (Book Review) @PRHGlobal #partner #thriller #Halloween

GIFTED / I recently read one ya thriller that really impressed me, and I want to tell you all about it (without spoiling you). I Know You Remember was published today (October 8th 2019) by Razorbill and it has 336 pages. I want to thank the team from Penguin Random House Global for sending me […]

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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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The fantasy I was swept away with: Spin the Dawn by Elizabeth Lim (Book Review) @PRHGlobal #partner #Fantasy

GIFTED / Not many fantasies get me invested so much as Spin the Dawn has, and I proudly bring you my review for this book today. Spin the Dawn was published on July 9th 2019 by Knopf Books for Young Readers and it has 392 pages. I want to thank the team from Penguin Random […]

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The one that gets darker with every page: House of Salt and Sorrows by Erin A. Craig (Book Review) @PRHGlobal #partner #Fantasy

GIFTED / I am so happy to bring you my review for the book that blew my mind with it’s originality. The House of Salt and Sorrows was published on August 6th 2019 by Delacorte Press and it has 416 pages. I want to thank the team from Penguin Random House Global for sending me […]

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Genius, gory and unpredictable: Wilder Girls by Rory Power @PRHGlobal #partner #WilderGirls #horror

GIFTED / I am so happy to bring you my review for the horror ya I read recently, and fell absolutely in love with it: Wilder Girls. I want to thank the team from Penguin Random House Global for sending me an e-galley of this novel (in an exchange for an honest review). The book […]

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Movie Monday: The Last Summer – a solid teen picture #TheLastSummer #MovieReview #Netflix

Movie Monday is a feature here on my blog, in which I’m rambling about movies I’ve watched lately. Today I talk about teenage movie everyone talked about when it first came out. The Last Summer If you’re active on twitter, you had to hear about The Last Summer. I feel like everyone talked about it […]

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Three ya novels I read lately #BookBloggers #BookLovers #Reading @PRHGlobal #partner

Gifted / Today I am bringing you three short reviews for ya books that I’ve read while I was on a blogging vacation (we can call it that from now on). Two novels I’ll talk about were given to me by the publishers (Killing November and A History of Glitter and Blood) and one I […]