Please Give Me More of Hermione (and Crookshanks)

This is my favorite Harry Potter book so far, and I won’t be surprised if the next books throw me off my feet as well.

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This Sequel Broke My Not-so-fierce Heart

I probably would’ve given this a higher rating if the first book hadn’t been such a masterpiece. Still, I’m sure that the finale will be much better.

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I Want You to Read This Thought-provoking Novel

Call It What You Want is a profound commentary on morality. Rest assured, it’s anything but boring. Rob and Meagan might be unlikable at first, but their humility and perseverance will grow on you.

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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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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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A Court of Love and Nightmares

Once again, I fell in love with Sarah J. Maas’ writing style. It’s so easy to get into the story, and once you’ve started reading the book, it’s gonna be hard to put it down because all you want to do is spend your time inside the world she created.

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A Court of Pain and Feels

A Court of Thorns and Roses is a fairy-tale retelling of Beauty and the Beast, and like any other fantasy retelling, it comes with very interesting twists.

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Crown of Redemption

Crown of Midnight by Sarah J. Maas My rating: 4 of 5 stars Last year, I gave Throne of Glass one star. I irrevocably loathed Celaena, and I vowed to never continue the series. However, as my anger gradually faded and peer pressure started to kick in, I decided to make a bookish compromise by…

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Throne of Salt

Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas My rating: 1 of 5 stars Warning: this is going to be a ranty/salty review. Hooray for unpopular book opinions! I really did not like this book. In the first place, I only read it because of all the hype it had been receiving all over the YA…

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Q & A with Brigid Kemmerer

I recently read Letters to the Lost by Brigid Kemmerer. I gave it 4 out of 5 stars in light of its intriguing premise and very meaningful content. You can check out my full review. I hope that this interview will encourage you to read LTTL when it comes out on April 4, 2017 (next week). 1. What…

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