Do Arranged Relationships Stick Like Mehendi?

I gave A Match Made in Mehendi 3.5 stars because of its fresh take on traditional matchmaking. I don’t necessarily encourage arranged marriages, but I acknowledge their usefulness to people who are too shy and reserved to look for a romantic partner.

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Saying Goodbye Is Such a Nightmare

If there’s one author whom I want to write my autobiography, it’s Laini Taylor. No matter how boring my life is, I think she has the power to make it interesting to readers through her magical way with words.

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Into the Jewish Woods

The Sisters of the Winter Wood was pleasing in regards to its elegant writing and historical content. Who would’ve thought that you could write a fairy tale that was not-so-fantastical?

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Bickering through the Bloody Night

Reading Nightblood was a predominantly fun experience. I’m just not sure if it’s a good book for people who are already quarreling with their boyfriends or girlfriends.

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A Graceful Critique of Infuriating Misogyny

Grace and Fury is a good fantasy/dystopian novel. Its message of female empowerment makes it worth your time. But if you’re looking for something to blow your mind, this book might be a disappointment.

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Wickedly Dumbfounded

I’m confident that I’m also gonna love the next book in The Folk of the Air. So far, the only “negative” thing I can say about the series is that Taryn sucks. Somebody, please erase her from the face of the earth.

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A Book that Could Have Been Stellar

I liked Defy the Stars enough to give it 3.75 stars. The pacing was slow, but the content was very meaningful. Fantasy is currently my jam (like always), but I’ll read the sequel as soon as possible.

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