That’s a really long title. This is a really long post. It was going to be a book review but it turned into more of a book report. You’ve been warned.
I recently finished The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue by Mackenzi Lee. It’s a YA historical adventure fiction story, but written with modern-style prose which makes it more digestible for today’s average teenager.
Continue reading ➞ The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue
via Reading Goals
It’s a bit late for announcing the year’s reading goals, I realize, but I only came up with mine TODAY so actually, they’re quite prompt in the grand scheme.
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The Marrow Thieves by Cherie Dimaline has been marketed as dystopian—which it is, taking place in a future Canada ravaged by global warming where people have lost the ability to dream—but I found it to be just as much, if not more, of a coming-of-age story.
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January is dangerous. It can make you think about what you’ve done and what you’re going to do, and whether it is enough.
Continue reading ➞ Books and Writing
My book reviews are usually a bit longer than this, and I’ve never done more than one at once before. This means I don’t go as into depth for any of the books, but I give you my most important thoughts for each. If you have any questions about the books here or want to start a discussion, I can go more into depth in the comments.
Continue reading ➞ Mini YA Book Reviews
Look at this MASSIVE AMOUNT OF BOOKS that I bought, despite my bank account’s complaining. Enjoy!
Continue reading ➞ Fall 2017 Book Haul
I picked this book up because of its cover. I bought it because of the blurb. I finished it in the span of twenty-four hours because it was fucking amazing. (Side note: If the word “fucking” in that last sentence offended you, skip the book.)
Continue reading ➞ The Female of the Species