Can You Love a Book to Cinders?

Rereading books today is very challenging, given the numerous releases that make my TBR shelf unmanageable. I’m sure that many bookworms have the same struggle. But books like The Lunar Chronicles seem to be an exception to my reluctance. I loved the series the first time I read it, and now that I’ve revisited the first novel, I find the story quite timely in that it accurately reflects our society and current global issues.

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Sometimes, Love Doesn’t Happen by the Book

By the Book now sits on my shelf of favorites because of its smile-worthy content. I can see myself rereading it when I need more motivation to write fiction.

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Because the Odds Were in Her Favor

The Hunger Games holds a special place in my heart. It taught me the basics of what constitutes a dystopian novel, and it set the standards for empowered YA heroines.

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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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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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The Beauty of Endings

The Beauty of Darkness is a beautiful ending to an unforgettable series. I loved everything about it. The Remnant Chronicles is one of the greatest series YA has to offer.

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A Kiss-worthy Finale

Joyful. Thankful. Ecstatic. Wistful. Any of these words can be used to describe what I’m feeling right now, minutes after reading that fabulous ending.

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The Art of Deceiving Runaway Princesses

The intriguing enigma of the assassin’s identity was what persuaded me to finally read The Kiss of Deception. My expectations were sky high because of all the hype, and I was very excited as I delved into this world of romance, mythology, and royal conflict.

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