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Category: Reviews

“Anna K: Away” by: Jenny Lee

4.5 stars rounded up. SQUEEE!!!!! This book was everything! Anna K Away was one of my most anticipated reads of this year and being able to listen to this on audio when that is the way that I took in the first book was such an amazing experience. Our favorites are all back and we get to see Anna deal with the fallout of everything from book one from the […]

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“The Lost Apothecary” by: Sarah Penner

*****I purchased this book through my Book of the Month subscription which is a monthly subscription where you can select one of five brand new hardcover books to receive for only $15! If YOU would like to try Book of the Month and get your first hardcover book for only $5, use my referral code and I will get a credit as well! Happy reading!***** My absolute lack of respect […]

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“All’s Well” by: Mona Awad

4.5 stars. Bunny was incredible and so when I first heard that Mona Awad was coming out with a new book, I watched the request options like a hawk until I saw it pop up and I am so thankful that Netgalley and the publisher got me early access to this incredible work! I LOVE the weird, sort of trippy, writing style that Mona Awad has. I have never read […]

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“Harleen” by: Stjepan Šejić

Let me start by saying I adore Harley. Like everything about her. The fact that she was a psychiatrist that fell in love with a patient. The fact that she fell so deeply in love that she could arguably be considered the most damaged of all of Jokers victims. That she is still optimistic and hopeful even after all she has gone through. Her origin story here was really very […]

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“Broken (In the Best Possible Way)” by: Jenny Lawson

I should admit this right now, I adore the previous works by Jenny Lawson and even snagged a half raccoon face promo paddle thing from the 2016 BookCon in Chicago for Furiously Happy. I was sort of set up to already love this. Jenny writes in such an open, candid way, that you as the reader can’t help but root for her. She writes like how I and one of […]

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“Bunny: A Novel” by: Mona Awad

So weird in the absolute best possible way. Randomly sexualized, Max was hot in such a bizarre way, and Ava and Samantha were the best friends…and that ending! Swan and buck oh my gosh… Loved this so much! Like nothing I have ever read! I created an entire reading vlog over Halloween of my reactions as I read this throughout a few days. Check out more of my thoughts in […]

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“The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo” by: Taylor Jenkins Reid

Read for the Tropeical Readathon prompt of read a book you previously DNF’d. Wow. I had tried multiple times over the past few years to get into this work. It wasn’t the right time. It was odd because usually when I DNF a book, it isn’t for a timing sort of purpose. Yet, this book was something that I knew I would circle back to when the time was right. […]

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“The Perfect Stranger: by: Megan Miranda

🔮 Read as part of the OWLs Magical Readathon for the Divination prompt- random number generator for your TBR. This was the lucky winner! Thankfully the random number generator chose this for me because it isn’t necessarily what I would have reached for otherwise. It is especially interesting to me because I had planned on reading this for last years OWLs, but changed to a different book instead in planning […]

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“My Dark Vanessa” by: Kate Elizabeth Russell

🔮 I listened to this as part of the OWLs readathon for the Astronomy prompt of reading a book mostly at night. This book was the longest of my chosen reads for OWLs coming in at 384 pages. Most of my choices this time were around the 300 page or so mark. This one is being so hyped within the book community and I believe it is definitely deserving of […]

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The New Testament

To complete my read the New Testament in 2020, I wound up going ahead a little bit at the end of 2019 and reading Matthew. So, technically, I read 26 of the 27 books of the New Testament in 2020 and not all 27. You can read my thoughts on my reading of the Old Testament in 2019 HERE. I was surprised by how quickly it flew by though. I […]

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