The Artistry of Silence

The Silence Between Us is a profound and diverse novel. I recommend it because it’s a story that illustrates the tenacity of the deaf community.

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Stupid Heroes and Abysmal Villains

I gave Abyss 2.5/5 stars because it was equally fun and irritating. I loved the concept behind it. If the plot and characters had been more fleshed out, I would’ve enjoyed the drama a lot more.

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A Book Club of Brawn and Brains

The Bromance Book Club is anything but a shallow rom-com. It reminded me that marriage requires a lot of work and that you shouldn’t give up on your spouse even if he or she seems like a gift from the Underworld sometimes.

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If Sword Art Online Were a Rom-com

Virtually Yours isn’t a typical YA novel. It has tropes, but the story can also be refreshing. Contrary to its genre, this book had dystopian elements.

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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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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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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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