A Love Triangle that’s Actually Likable

Not only does this book have a super cute cover; it also has one of the most relatable characters in YA fiction. Most readers will like the sweet “love triangle.” But if you’re a fellow book blogger or reviewer, you’re going to resonate with the story on an entirely different level.

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These Girls Don’t Care about High School Musical

We Are the Wildcats shows how girls can break free from the chains of toxic masculinity. It will make you curious, wary, and a little happy. I didn’t thoroughly enjoy the book, but I would recommend it to anyone looking for something sporty and enlightening to read.

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What Sorcery Is This?

Margaret Rogerson is slowly becoming one of my favorite authors. While Enchantment of Ravens is like ACOTAR done right, this sophomore novel is a love letter to bookworms, with a hint of Howl’s Moving Castle and perhaps Strange the Dreamer. But even without the comparisons, the story is remarkable.

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Should I Kiss This Book Goodbye?

Of Curses and Kisses by Sandhya Menon My rating: 2 of 5 stars Thank you, Simon & Schuster, for giving me an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. She couldn’t make this boy fall in love with her. She couldn’t break his heart. Because if she did, it was her, not…

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Don’t Let Stereotypes Control Your Fate

Our Wayward Fate is like Frankly in Love minus the fake-dating trope. It explores one’s dilemma of being too Asian to be American (and vice versa).

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My Nth Cassie Novel

I highly recommend reading (or listening to) this collection. I am glad to have finished it before starting The Dark Artifices.

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If Sword Art Online Were a Rom-com

Virtually Yours isn’t a typical YA novel. It has tropes, but the story can also be refreshing. Contrary to its genre, this book had dystopian elements.

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Sleuthing in the Moonlight

I liked Serious Moonlight because of its unpredictable plot, as well as its diverse characters. I was bothered by the rushed resolution, but the author probably had a maximum word count.

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I Didn’t Expect This Novel to Be So Meaningful

I really liked The Unexpected Everything. Because of its emphasis on love, family, and friendship, it is one of the most meaningful books that I’ve read this year.

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