In Love with the Romanovs

I wonder why books that make me cry always make it to my list of favorites? I’m not a masochist, but I guess there’s something delightful about mourning over the demise of my beloved fictional characters.

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The Comeback of Beautiful Vampires

The Beautiful is a fine piece of gothic fiction, especially when you compare it to YA classics that dealt with vampirism. It isn’t Renee Ahdieh’s best work, but its lyrical writing and gripping plot prove why she’s one of my auto-buy authors.

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Hitler Doesn’t Deserve Any White Rose

I gave White Rose 4 stars because of its inspiring and scholarly content. If I lived during Hitler’s time, I wouldn’t be brave enough to be a martyr like Sophie and Hans.

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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The Sisters of the Winter Wood was pleasing in regards to its elegant writing and historical content.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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Crows Are Not Better than Roses

Sequels are very unpredictable. You never know if they’re gonna hit the mark or miss it completely. I loved Blood Rose Rebellion when I read more than a year ago, so I was eager to dive into this book, believing that it would be even better.

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