Wrap-Ups

Allison’s June Reading Wrap-Up

I cannot believe it is already the end of June! I mean, where did time go? I feel like it’s flown ever since social isolation, and I barely even know what day of the week it is! But…the end of June also means that it’s time for my monthly reading wrap-up! My friend Audrey might …

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Book Tags

Mid-Year Book Freak out Tag

Hi everyone! I haven’t done a book tag in SUCH A LONG TIME but I’ve been super excited about so many books this year! This has been such a slow year for me, but I’ve actually read some pretty good books so far! 1. How much have you read? I’ve read a whopping 18 books …

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Wrap-Ups

May Reading Wrap-up

Hello! It’s the final day of May and I thought I’d do a little reading wrap up. I usually don’t write reviews for every book I read, and thought that it would be fun to share my thoughts on a couple others as well! So I read six books this month, and they were all …

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3.5 Stars Book Reviews

Book Review: Nevernight by Jay Kristoff

Going into this book, my expectations were pretty high since I’ve seen so many others talk about how much they absolutely loved it. Almost everyone I know thinks this book is amazing, but it honestly didn’t start picking up for me until the last half. I thought there were multiple parts that were kind of …

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Book Reviews

Book Review: Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare

I’ve been rereading so many books lately, but honestly Clockwork Angel was worth it. I forgot a ton of things about it, and it was so nice to dive back into the Shadowhunters world, especially after reading and loving Chain of Gold (where you can find my review here!) I missed reading about Jem, Tessa, …

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Book Reviews

Book Review: A Court of Thorns and Roses

I have so many books on my TBR, but I reread ACOTAR once again because it is literally my favorite series of all time. To be honest though, I am not the biggest fan of the first book, but the second book is just so good and I thought that I’d do a quick reread. …

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