A Fantastic Addition to the HP Universe

Fantastic Beasts was highly refreshing and entertaining. It’s a good thing I have four more screenplays to look forward to.

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#FriendshipGoals: My SFF BFFs

The good thing about reading fiction is that it makes us choose our friends wisely. However, the downside is that can make our standards too high, encouraging us to “reject” people who seem inferior to our beloved characters. To strike a balance, bookworms like me should try to get the best of both worlds. Writing…

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A Novel that Kept Me on the Edge of My Seat

The Edge of Everything is thankfully not overrated. I desperately need someone with whom I can share my feelings.

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Maternal Triggers: YA Books that Made My Mom Angry

Belated Happy Mother’s Day, everyone! In light of the recent celebration of motherhood, I thought of sharing some anecdotes about my mom, who also happens to be an avid reader. Mama and I don’t have the same reading tastes (she generally devours devotionals and self-help books), but when we lived under the same roof, she…

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The Garden of Potential Cougars

The Garden of Words deserves 4 stars because of its profound content. It taught me that love cannot exist without patience; you have to wait for the perfect time.

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A Retelling So Fresh and Lovely

A Curse So Dark and Lonely is the best book I’ve read this year. It deserves 5 stars not because it’s perfect but because it can give you so much joy and inspiration.

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You Will Treasure This Novel Forever

I enjoyed reading The Problem with Forever because of its priceless and inspiring characters. I will always be fond of Mallory and Rider, who taught me the difference between living and existing.

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Sleuthing in the Moonlight

I liked Serious Moonlight because of its unpredictable plot, as well as its diverse characters. I was bothered by the rushed resolution, but the author probably had a maximum word count.

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