Review #148 // The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo – Taylor Jenkins Reid

The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo

Evelyn grew up in the Devil’s Kitchen, but only wanted to fulfill her mother’s dream of being a world renown actress. After running away from her abusive father, she does just that. Monique is a journalist for Vivant, chosen specifically, for some unknown reason, by famous actress Evelyn Hugo to tell her story.


Why this book?: My friend Amelie loves this book with a passion that is almost concerning.

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Review #147 // Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Seek – Anthony O’Neill

Dr Jekyll & Mr SeekSeven years after the events of The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Mr. Utterson, Jekyll’s lawyer, is due to inherit Jekyll’s estate. When someone shows up claiming to be the Doctor, Utterson is the only one who knows the truth–that Jekyll is dead, because Jekyll was Hyde.


Why this book?: I enjoyed the original story, and thought this would be interesting. Plus, the cover.

I would like to thank the people at Black & White Publishing for allowing me to have an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

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Review #146 // Curved Horizon (Camillia Clock Cycle #2) – Taylor Brooke

Curved Horizon (The Camellia Clock Cycle, #2)

A few weeks after Fortitude Smashed ends, Daisy and Chelsea’s clocks are ticking closer and closer to timing out, only a few days apart. While the girls parse through their conflicting feelings, Aiden and Shannon continue to struggle with exploring their relationship.


Why this book?: I adored Fortitude Smashed.

I would like to thank the people at Interlude Press for allowing me to receive an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

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Review #145 // Forestspirit, Forestspirit – Bogi Takács

Clarkesworld Magazine, Issue 105 (Clarkesworld Magazine, #105)

Forestspirit has protected their forest for as long as they can remember. When it is threatened, Forestspirit teams up with a young kid to stop the destruction.


Why this book?: Bogi Takács is an amazing writer, and I love reading their writing whenever I’m feeling down. I jumped onto Bogi’s fiction page, and chose from there!

Note: Forestspirit, Forestspirit is a story within Clarkesworld Magazine Issue #105. This review is only for Takács’s story only!

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Top Ten Books That Have Been on My TBR the Longest and I Still Haven’t Read

Design (3)Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly book blogging meme formerly hosted by The Broke and the Bookish but now resides at That Artsy Reader Girl.

It’s not that much of a secret that I have a huge TBR. It’s only gotten bigger since I started dedicating my reading to diverse subjects and characters. So, going onto my Goodreads profile, these are the 10 books at the way bottom of the list, that I’m not sure I’ll ever get to.

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Do You Follow the Hype?

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This is always a hard question for me because I’ve had mixed results whenever I do decide to follow the hype. Is hype good or bad for a book? Do you trust it, or do you avoid hyped books like the plague?

Here are some of my experiences, as well as my opinions on hype, and feel free to add your own opinions/experiences in the comments section below!

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