REVIEW: Little Monsters

Little Monsters

By: Kara Thomas


4.5/5 hearts

Published Date: July 25, 2017
Number of Pages: 322
Genre: Young Adult, Mystery/Thriller



That’s me. Speechless.

Just kidding. Words please come back to me. I have a review to write.

Maybe give me a few minutes to digest this.

But in all seriousness, Little Monsters was ten thousand times better than I expected! It’s a chilling tale full of twists and deceit at every turn of the road.

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VALENTINE’S DAY: 5 Romance/Rom-Com Movies for Valentine’s (with Free Feels!)

With today being Valentine’s Day—no, not that guy from the Mortal Instruments series—I decided to gather some of my favourite romance/rom-com movies for some free feels because who doesn’t like free stuff?

NOTE: As you can probably tell (or maybe not) from the few reviews I have posted so far, romance isn’t a genre I read/watch a lot in, so here—have some Internet chocolates if these movies don’t particularly suit your fancy.

Chocolates for me everyone!

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REVIEW: Fangirl


By: Rainbow Rowell


4/5 hearts

Published Date: September 10, 2013
Number of Pages: 445
Genre: Young Adult, Contemporary



I’m impressed! I’ve heard a lot about Rainbow Rowell, especially for Eleanor & Park, but this was the first of her novel’s I’ve gotten around to reading and it was wonderful. (Thank you to my friend for letting me hog her copy—it’s a wonder how she puts up with me.)

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By: Hannah Moskowitz


4.5/5 hearts

Published Date: August 25, 2009
Number of Pages: 272
Genre: Young Adult, Contemporary



WOW. This was the first book I’ve read of Hannah Moskowitz’s and it did NOT disappoint. Break was an easy read and it also (rather rudely) enjoyed toying with my feelings.

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REVIEW: Turtles All the Way Down

Turtles All the Way Down

By: John Green


3.5/5 hearts

Published Date: October 10, 2017
Number of Pages: 286
Genre: Young Adult, Contemporary


I was pleased with how this book turned out! I went into it with a bit of background knowledge on John Green (YouTube, characters who are teenaged philosophers etc.) and just the book blurb so nothing too exciting.

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