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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After Happily Ever After

Wires and Nerve isn’t an essential addition (or extension) to The Lunar Chronicles. But if you’re a hardcore fan of the series, I won’t dissuade you from reading it.

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Hating Such a Heartless Nemesis

The Heart of Betrayal is an outstanding sequel to The Kiss of Deception. I am both afraid and excited to see how Lia’s journey will end.

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Pidgey, I Choose You!

Black Wings Beating was predominantly entertaining, especially because it appealed to my fondness for Pokemon. It was my first time to read an Alex London novel, so my reading experience was a bit enlightening.

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I Still Don’t Get the Title of This Manga

Regardless of its imperfections, I am happy to have read Orange. I recommend it to manga neophytes like myself and to readers who are fond of friendship-centered stories.

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It Must Be Fun to Have a Doppelganger

Mirage doesn’t deserve a perfect rating, but it’s still a noteworthy debut novel. Maram, who was such a multifaceted antagonist, tested my patience and made the story very interesting.

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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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Dancing to the Beat of Your Secrets

Dance of Thieves was a wish come true. I absolutely loved The Remnant Chronicles, so I was more than happy to read a novel set in the same universe.

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Wrong in a Lot of Ways

Wrong in All the Right Ways deserves two stars because it has more flaws than virtues. I didn’t love it, but hardcore fans of Catherine and Heathcliff might feel differently.

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