That Crime Called Miscommunication

The Winner’s Crime is a gut-wrenching novel about the inevitable consequences of lying. The misunderstandings between Kestrel and Arin will stay in my brain for a very long time.

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Crying in the Deep

I tallied at least 19 sessions of crying in this book, which is supposedly about a badass, Viking heroine. For someone who had killed around 7 people when she was 11 or 12, she sure did know how to use her tear ducts.

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A Book that Won Me Over

The Winner’s Curse gave me an emotional and memorable reading experience. I’ve always been a fan of political and worthwhile drama, so I had no trouble getting into the story.

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Too Much of a Good Thing

What in the world? It took me 2 months to finish this hefty tome. Now, I feel both proud and annoyed. Proud because the long and tedious journey is over, and annoyed because a lot of my time has been wasted.

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Q & A with B.T. Gottfred

Happy Tuesday, bookworms! I recently finished The Handsome Girl & Her Beautiful Boy and gave it 4.5 stars. I really enjoyed reading this YA novel because it powerfully depicts the fluidity of masculinity and femininity. I’ve always been a fan of gender discourse, so this book was a pleasure to read. Hence, I’m very grateful that the…

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Love Is Love

I gave The Handsome Girl & Her Beautiful Boy 4.5 stars because it was very funny and insightful. Readers who are familiar with Judith Butler’s theory of gender performativity will definitely enjoy it

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