Stalking Jack the Ripper Blog Tour!

stalking jack blog tour

Hey everyone! Today’s post is an extra special one–it’s the blog tour for Stalking Jack the Ripper by Kerri Maniscalco! As a Knight of Whitechapel, I’m here to tell you all about this amazing book that has captivated my heart and soul.

STALKING JACK THE RIPPER
Author: Kerri Maniscalco
Series: SJTR #1
Genre: YA, Mystery, Historical
Pub Date: September 20, 2016
Publisher: Jimmy Paterspn
Source: Book Con

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Seventeen-year-old Audrey Rose Wadsworth was born a lord’s daughter, with a life of wealth and privilege stretched out before her. But between the social teas and silk dress fittings, she leads a forbidden secret life.

Against her stern father’s wishes and society’s expectations, Audrey often slips away to her uncle’s laboratory to study the gruesome practice of forensic medicine. When her work on a string of savagely killed corpses drags Audrey into the investigation of a serial murderer, her search for answers brings her close to her own sheltered world.

 

review-at-a-glance

TITLE: boring | nothing special | pretty good | caught my eye | perfection | music to my ears
COVER: not my favorite | goes well with rest of the series | boring | generic | pretty | series cover change | beautiful | HEART EYES
POV: 1st | 2nd | 3rd limited | 3rd omniscient | multiple POVs | too many POVs
CONCEPT: original as heck | run of the mill in genre | average | has potential | great idea, bad execution
MOOD: dark | hilarious | light hearted | romantic | depressing | suspenseful | fluffy | mysterious
PACING: snail’s pace | couldn’t keep up | mix of fast and slow | slow in the wrong places | fast in the wrong places | what even is pacing?
CHARACTERS: i’m in love | couldn’t connect | too many | well developed (all) | infuriating | annoying | precious babies | underdeveloped (all)| a mix of good and bad | diverse | okay | new favorite characters
ROMANCE: none | steamy | fluffy | OTP status | cute | center stage | barely there | cheesy | instalove | slow burn | i ship it | love triangle
DIVERSITY: none | lgbtq+ | racial | religion | disabled | mental illness | body

 

I used to have a huge infatuation with Jack the Ripper. Call it a symptom of surfing wikipedia during many late nights. So when I heard about Stalking Jack the Ripper, I knew I had to check it out. Coincidentally, my best friend Ava started a street team for it, so I jumped at the chance to join. And you know what? I’m glad I did, because this is one of the best books I’ve read so far this year!

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Discussion: You Don’t Need to Choose Just One | We Deserve Good Representation *AND* Good Stories

It’s Sunday, and that means it is discussion time! This week’s topic is one that I’ve been thinking about for awhile now. A lot of my recent reads have been diverse books, whether that involves sexuality or mental health or body image. While a lot of them have been good, there have also been a lot that are lackluster.

So that got me thinking.

Everyone loves good representation, especially if the issues is close to your heart. For example, I have depression, so while I’m really tough on books that deal with it, I also really love books that portray it well.

DISCLAIMER: The books I use from here on out are just examples. As many of them involve aspects that I have no right to comment on (ex: PoC, body shapes, etc.), I’m just commenting on them based on my personal involvement with elements of their diversity.

So if you’re Asian, or you have a unique body shape, or you have bipolar disorder, you’re going to want to see an accurate representation of those things in fiction, right? I know it makes me cringe when an author does a bad job portraying depression.

But what if the representation is accurate, but the story itself is bad?

Example: a story has GREAT f/f representation, but the book itself is boring, or confusing, or just generally unlikeable. Now you have a dilemma on your hands. Do you recommend the book because it has good representation, or do you not because the story itself is not good?

That’s what I want to talk about today. You don’t have to choose between good representation OR a good story. You deserve to find a book that has both.

I’m very privileged in a sense that characters like myself are often portrayed accurately in a lot of books, and because of the amount of them, there’s bound to be a bunch of good books from that pool. As a white female who deals with depression and body image on occasion, among other things, I’ve come across a bunch of books that accurately portray these things.

As I am a huge book pusher, here are a few recommendations!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

When We Collided by Emery Lord dealt with not only depression, but bipolar disorder. While I can’t speak for the accuracy of the bipolar disorder, the author accurately portrayed depression AND wrote a damn good story. In All the Bright Places, the story was brilliant (one of my favorite books of 2015!) and the depression rep was spot on. A Court of Mist and Fury also dealt with depression, and what it’s like to overcome hardships and come out the other end strong and resilient.

The book that spurred this all is Labyrinth Lost. While there was f/f representation (in fantasy, no less!!), the story itself was lackluster. I only gave it 2 stars in my review. It’s okay to be happy with a book’s representation, but dislike the book itself. You don’t have to push it towards people. You can say “hey, there’s great f/f rep in this book, but I didn’t like the story itself.”

You are under NO obligations to like every single diverse book. Because while there will be books that have good representation, those same books might not be the best at the writing craft. It doesn’t make you a bad person. It makes you a reviewer–because while we all like good representation, at the end of the day, it boils down to the story itself, and how it stands on its own.

You don’t have to grasp at bread crumbs. We all deserve well written books with good representation on every end of the spectrum.

what are some of you favorite well written diverse books? Do you agree with what I’ve said in this post, or do you have different ideas? Let me know in the comments!

ARC Review: Labyrinth Lost by Zoraida Córdova

LABYRINTH LOST
Author: Zoraida Córdova
Series: Brooklyn Brujas #1
Genre: YA, Fantasy, Romance
Pub Date: September 6, 2016
Publisher: Sourcebooks
Source: BEA

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Nothing says Happy Birthday like summoning the spirits of your dead relatives.

I fall to my knees. Shattered glass, melted candles and the outline of scorched feathers are all that surround me. Every single person who was in my house – my entire family — is gone.

Alex is a bruja, the most powerful witch in a generation…and she hates magic. At her Deathday celebration, Alex performs a spell to rid herself of her power. But it backfires. Her whole family vanishes into thin air, leaving her alone with Nova, a brujo boy she can’t trust. A boy whose intentions are as dark as the strange markings on his skin.

The only way to get her family back is to travel with Nova to Los Lagos, a land in-between, as dark as Limbo and as strange as Wonderland…

Beautiful Creatures meets Daughter of Smoke and Bone with an infusion of Latin American tradition in this highly original fantasy adventure.

 

review-at-a-glance

TITLE: boring | nothing special | pretty good | caught my eye | perfection | music to my ears
COVER: not my favorite | goes well with rest of the series | boring | generic | pretty | series cover change | beautiful | HEART EYES
POV: 1st | 2nd | 3rd limited | 3rd omniscient | multiple POVs | too many POVs
CONCEPT: original as heck | run of the mill in genre | average | has potential | great idea, bad execution
MOOD: dark | hilarious | light hearted | romantic | depressing | suspenseful | fluffy | mysterious
PACING: snail’s pace | couldn’t keep up | mix of fast and slow | slow in the wrong places | fast in the wrong places | what even is pacing?
CHARACTERS: i’m in love | couldn’t connect | too many | well developed (all) | infuriating | annoying | precious babies | underdeveloped (all)| a mix of good and bad | diverse | okay | new favorite characters
ROMANCE: none | steamy | fluffy | OTP status | cute | center stage | barely there | cheesy | instalove | slow burn | i ship it | love triangle
DIVERSITY: none | lgbtq+ | racial | religion | disabled | mental illness | body

 

This is a book that I’ve heard many, many good things about. My friend LOVED it, so I decided to give it a go. Also, I’m not sure if it’s just me, but I get this little thrill when I read books with main characters who have the same name as me (especially when it’s a girl Alex! There aren’t nearly enough of us). I’m sad to report that this book just didn’t click with me.

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ARC Review: Diplomatic Immunity by Brodi Ashton

DIPLOMATIC IMMUNITY
Author: Brodi Ashton
Genre: YA, contemporary, romance
Pub Date: September 6, 2016
Publisher: Balzer + Bray
Source: ALA

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Aspiring reporter Piper Baird decides to write a scathing exposé on the overprivileged students at an elite Washington, DC, school, only for her life to change when she begins to fall for the story’s main subject, in this new realistic contemporary romance from Brodi Ashton, the author of the Everneath trilogy.

Raucous parties, privileged attitudes, underage drinking, and diplomatic immunity…it’s all part of student life on Embassy Row.

Piper Baird has always dreamed of becoming a journalist. So when she scores a scholarship to exclusive Chiswick Academy in Washington, DC, she knows it’s her big opportunity. Chiswick offers the country’s most competitive prize for teen journalists—the Bennington scholarship—and winning will ensure her acceptance to one of the best schools in the country.

Piper isn’t at Chiswick for two days before she witnesses the intense competition in the journalism program—and the extreme privilege of the young and wealthy elite who attend her school. And Piper knows access to these untouchable students just might give her the edge she’ll need to blow the lid off life at the school in a scathing and unforgettable exposé worthy of the Bennington.

The key to the whole story lies with Rafael Amador, the son of the Spanish ambassador—and the boy at the center of the most explosive secrets and scandals on Embassy Row. Rafael is big trouble—and when he drops into her bedroom window one night, asking for help, it’s Piper’s chance to get the full scoop. But as they spend time together, Piper discovers that despite his dark streak, Rafael is smart, kind, funny, and gorgeous—and she might have real feelings for him. How can she break the story of a lifetime if it could destroy the boy she just might love?

 

review-at-a-glance

TITLE: boring | nothing special | pretty good | caught my eye | perfection | music to my ears
COVER: not my favorite | goes well with rest of the series | boring | generic | pretty | series cover change | beautiful | HEART EYES
POV: 1st | 2nd | 3rd limited | 3rd omniscient | multiple POVs | too many POVs
CONCEPT: original as heck | run of the mill in genre | average | has potential | great idea, bad execution
MOOD: dark | hilarious | light hearted | romantic | depressing | suspenseful | fluffy | mysterious
PACING: snail’s pace | couldn’t keep up | mix of fast and slow | slow in the wrong places | fast in the wrong places | what even is pacing?
CHARACTERS: i’m in love | couldn’t connect | too many | well developed (all) | infuriating | annoying | precious babies | underdeveloped (all)| a mix of good and bad | diverse | okay | new favorite characters
ROMANCE: none | steamy | fluffy | OTP status | cute | center stage | barely there | cheesy | instalove | slow burn | i ship it | love triangle
DIVERSITY: none | lgbtq+ | racial | religion | disabled | mental illness | body

 

I am all about books dealing with politics or Washington DC since I live so close, so when I heard about Diplomatic Immunity I knew I had to check it out. I’m always a sucker for foreign exchange student situations too (I think it’s the accents). I started this immediately for ARC August, but I’m sad to report that this book fell way short.

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Review: The Heart of Betrayal by Mary E. Pearson

THE HEART OF BETRAYAL
Author: Mary E. Pearson
Series: The Remnant Chronicles #2
Genre: YA, Fantasy, Romance
Pub Date: July 7, 2015
Publisher: Henry Holt
Source: Purchased

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Held captive in the barbarian kingdom of Venda, Lia and Rafe have little chance of escape. Desperate to save Lia’s life, her erstwhile assassin, Kaden, has told the Vendan Komizar that she has the gift, and the Komizar’s interest in Lia is greater than anyone could have foreseen.

Meanwhile, nothing is straightforward: There’s Rafe, who lied to Lia but has sacrificed his freedom to protect her; Kaden, who meant to assassinate her but has now saved her life; and the Vendans, whom Lia always believed to be savages. Now that she lives among them, however, she realizes that may be far from the truth. Wrestling with her upbringing, her gift, and her sense of self, Lia must make powerful choices that will affect her country… and her own destiny.

 

review-at-a-glance

TITLE: boring | nothing special | pretty good | caught my eye | perfection | music to my ears
COVER: not my favorite | goes well with rest of the series | boring | generic | pretty | series cover change | beautiful | HEART EYES
POV: 1st | 2nd | 3rd limited | 3rd omniscient | multiple POVs | too many POVs
CONCEPT: original as heck | run of the mill in genre | average | has potential | great idea, bad execution
MOOD: dark | hilarious | light hearted | romantic | depressing | suspenseful | fluffy | mysterious
PACING: snail’s pace | couldn’t keep up | mix of fast and slow | slow in the wrong places | fast in the wrong places | what even is pacing?
CHARACTERS: i’m in love | couldn’t connect | too many | well developed (all) | infuriating | annoying | precious babies | underdeveloped (all)| a mix of good and bad | diverse | okay | new favorite characters
ROMANCE: none | steamy | fluffy | OTP status | cute | center stage | barely there (NOT ENOUGH) | cheesy | instalove | slow burn | i ship it | love triangle
DIVERSITY: none | lgbtq+ | racial | religion | disabled | mental illness | body

 

After the end of the first book, The Kiss of Deception, I was super excited to dive into book #2. While the first book wasn’t spectacular, it always kept me engaged and flipping the pages. I hoped the second book would be better, since that’s what people told me, but I found The Heart of Betrayal was very “meh” and a step down from book 1.

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Review: This Savage Song by Victoria Schwab

This Savage Song
Author: Victoria Schwab
Series: Monsters of Verity #1
Genre: YA, Fantasy, Paranormal
Pub Date: July 5, 2016
Publisher: Greenwillow
Source: Purchased

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There’s no such thing as safe in a city at war, a city overrun with monsters. In this dark urban fantasy from author Victoria Schwab, a young woman and a young man must choose whether to become heroes or villains—and friends or enemies—with the future of their home at stake. The first of two books.

Kate Harker and August Flynn are the heirs to a divided city—a city where the violence has begun to breed actual monsters. All Kate wants is to be as ruthless as her father, who lets the monsters roam free and makes the humans pay for his protection. All August wants is to be human, as good-hearted as his own father, to play a bigger role in protecting the innocent—but he’s one of the monsters. One who can steal a soul with a simple strain of music. When the chance arises to keep an eye on Kate, who’s just been kicked out of her sixth boarding school and returned home, August jumps at it. But Kate discovers August’s secret, and after a failed assassination attempt the pair must flee for their lives.

 

review-at-a-glance

TITLE: boring | nothing special | pretty good | caught my eye | perfection | music to my ears
COVER: not my favorite | goes well with rest of the series | boring | generic | pretty | series cover change | beautiful | HEART EYES
POV: 1st | 2nd | 3rd limited | 3rd omniscient | multiple POVs | too many POVs
CONCEPT: original as heck | run of the mill in genre | average | has potential | great idea, bad execution
MOOD: dark | hilarious | light hearted | romantic | depressing | suspenseful | fluffy | mysterious
PACING: snail’s pace | couldn’t keep up | mix of fast and slow | slow in the wrong places | fast in the wrong places | what even is pacing?–more on this below
CHARACTERS: i’m in love | couldn’t connect | too many | well developed (all) | infuriating | annoying | precious babies | underdeveloped (all)| a mix of good and bad | diverse | okay | new favorite characters
ROMANCE: none (FOR NOW) | steamy | fluffy | OTP status | cute | center stage | barely there | cheesy | instalove | slow burn | i ship it | love triangle
DIVERSITY: none | lgbtq+ | racial | religion | disabled | mental illness | body

 

There are a lot of authors I hold in high respect, and Victoria Schwab (or, V.E. Schwab on the adult spectrum) is one of those authors. I haven’t read all of her books, but I’m a big fan of the Shades of London trilogy. When I heard she was writing a book about monstrous humans and human monsters, I knew I had to read it. Books dealing with humanity–or the lack of it–are my bread and butter. I’m happy to report that this book didn’t disappoint, and even further solidifies Victoria Schwab as an amazing writer.

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ARC Review: Cherry by Lindsey Rosin

CHERRY
Author: Lindsey Rosin
Genre: YA, Contemporary, Romance
Pub Date: August 16, 2016
Publisher: Simon Pulse
Source: ALA

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To be honest, the sex pact wasn’t always part of the plan.

Layla started it. She announced it super casually to the rest of the girls between bites of frozen yogurt, as if it was just simply another addition to her massive, ever-evolving To Do List. She is determined to have sex for the first time before the end of high school. Initially, the rest of the crew is scandalized, but, once they all admit to wanting to lose their v-cards too, they embark on a quest to do the deed together… separately.

Layla’s got it in the bag. Her serious boyfriend, Logan, has been asking for months.

Alex has already done it. Or so she says.

Emma doesn’t know what the fuss is all about, but sure, she’ll give it a shot.

And Zoe, well, Zoe can’t even say the o word without bursting into giggles.

Will everything go according to plan? Probably not. But at least the girls have each other every hilarious, heart-warming, cringe-inducing step of the way.

From debut author Lindsey Rosin, Cherry is a coming-of-age, laugh-out-loud tale of first times, last chances, and the enduring friendships that make it all worthwhile.

 

review-at-a-glance

TITLE: boring | nothing special | pretty good | caught my eye | perfection | music to my ears
COVER: not my favorite | goes well with rest of the series | boring | generic | pretty | series cover change | beautiful | HEART EYES
POV: 1st | 2nd | 3rd limited | 3rd omniscient | multiple POVs | too many POVs
CONCEPT: original as heck | run of the mill in genre | average | has potential | great idea, bad execution
MOOD: dark | hilarious | light hearted | romantic | depressing | suspenseful | fluffy | mysterious
PACING: snail’s pace | couldn’t keep up | mix of fast and slow | slow in the wrong places | fast in the wrong places | what even is pacing?
CHARACTERS: i’m in love | couldn’t connect | too many | well developed (all) | infuriating | annoying | precious babies | underdeveloped (all)| a mix of good and bad | diverse | okay | new favorite characters
ROMANCE: none | steamy | fluffy | OTP status | cute | center stage | barely there | cheesy | instalove | slow burn | i ship it | love triangle | multiple romances
DIVERSITY: none | lgbtq+ | racial | religion | disabled | mental illness | body

 

I picked this book up at ALA in a whim because I thought it looked interesting and really unique. I thought it looked cool, but I never thought that I would end up loving a book about a sex pact as much as I did. Read on, fellow bookworms, because I have a lot of praise to shout about this book!

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Captain America Book Tag!

I am the biggest fan of Captain America. I may not talk about it a lot on social media, but I am in love with practically all things superhero. So when Lillie @ Little Lillie Reads tagged me for this Captain America book tag created by Morgan @ Gone With the Words, I got super excited, because Cap is my favorite! So without further ado, here is the tag!

Steve Rogers/Captain America: A book with a big character transformation

This one is without a doubt A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J. Maas. Feyre goes through a huge, powerful transformation over the course of the book, and she comes out stronger and better than ever, bitches.

Peggy Carter: A book with a strong female protagonist

There are so many characters that could fit this, but I’m going with Mia Corvere from Nevernight by Jay Kristoff. She is strong and badass and despite being a hardass, she is a softie deep, deep, deep down.

Bucky Barnes: A book with your ultimate brotp

Juliette and Kenji from Shatter Me have an awesome friendship. There was no romantic feelings for them–just beautiful friendship. I loved their banter, and that despite their easygoing relationship, they were never afraid to talk about deep shit. Because that’s what friends do❤

Howling Commandos: A book with squad goals

The raven boys + Blue are ultimate squad goals. There is no other correct answer to this question.

Red Skull: A book with a cliche plot

Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard. It just feels like a mashup of all the big themes and plots of other YA fantasies, and it wasn’t anything special *shrug*

Natasha Romanoff: A book with a snarky side character

Thomas Cresswell from Stalking Jack the Ripper by Kerri Maniscalco is one snarky mofo, but damn, I love him. I have a weakness for snarky love interests, and he stole my heart.

Sam Wilson: A book where the characters meet in a cute way

Hmm, I think Marshall and Waverly from Places No One Knows by Brenna Yovanoff met in a really cute way. Waverly dreamed and found herself with Marshall, and I think that’s pretty cute (despite him being effed up on drugs at the time lmao)

Winter Soldier: a book with a great twist

I thought the twist in the middle of The Kiss of Deception by Mary E. Pearson was awesome! I definitely did not see it coming, and it kicked the book up a notch.

I’m Just A Kid From Brooklyn: a book with a memorable setting/character backstory

Is it cheating to say Nevernight twice? Because both the setting and Mia’s backstory is really unique, and adds to the overall charm of the story.

Do You Two … Fondue?: a book with a love triangle

Shadow and Bone had somewhat of a love triangle, with Alina stuck between Mal and the Darkling. Also, for what it’s worth, she chose WRONGWROOOOOOOOONG.

You’ve Been Asleep, Cap: a book you love with time travel/dual timeline

The Love that Split the World by Emily Henry was a time travel hybrid with a parallel world. I loved it to death, and I will take every opportunity to push it at people because it is amazing!

Til The End of The Line: a book with the otp to end all otps

There are SO many books that fit this, and picking one is just cruel, so I’m going to choose one at random. Blue and Gansey from The Raven Cycle by Maggie Stiefvater are so amazing together and THEY DESERVE HAPPINESS OKAY

I Had A Date: a book with a cliffhanger

A Gathering of Shadows by V.E. Schwab had a heartbreaking cliffhanger, so if you want to read it (which I suggest you do because it is awesome), I WOULD RECOMMEND WAITING UNTIL IT’S CLOSER TO THE NEXT BOOK’S RELEASE DATE.

Thanks for checking out this post, guys! I hope you enjoyed it🙂 I’m pretty sure all the people I would tag have already done this, so I’m tagging everyone who reads this post! Please post a link in the comment if you decide to do it!

wHAT DID YOU THINK OF MY CHOICES? Are you also in love with captain america like I am? Let me know in the comments below!

 

ARC Review: Nevernight by Jay Kristoff

NEVERNIGHT
Author: Jay Kristoff
Series: The Nevernight Chronicles #1
Genre: Adult (more on that below), fantasy, romance
Pub Date: August 9, 2016
Publisher: Thomas Dunne
Source: I received an ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review

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In a land where three suns almost never set, a fledgling killer joins a school of assassins, seeking vengeance against the powers who destroyed her family.

Daughter of an executed traitor, Mia Corvere is barely able to escape her father’s failed rebellion with her life. Alone and friendless, she hides in a city built from the bones of a dead god, hunted by the Senate and her father’s former comrades. But her gift for speaking with the shadows leads her to the door of a retired killer, and a future she never imagined.

Now, Mia is apprenticed to the deadliest flock of assassins in the entire Republic—the Red Church. If she bests her fellow students in contests of steel, poison and the subtle arts, she’ll be inducted among the Blades of the Lady of Blessed Murder, and one step closer to the vengeance she desires. But a killer is loose within the Church’s halls, the bloody secrets of Mia’s past return to haunt her, and a plot to bring down the entire congregation is unfolding in the shadows she so loves.

Will she even survive to initiation, let alone have her revenge?

 

review-at-a-glance

TITLE: boring | nothing special | pretty good | caught my eye | perfection | music to my ears
COVER: not my favorite | goes well with rest of the series | boring | generic | pretty | series cover change | beautiful | HEART EYES
POV: 1st | 2nd | 3rd limited | 3rd omniscient | multiple POVs | too many POVs
CONCEPT: original as heck | run of the mill in genre | average | has potential | great idea, bad execution
MOOD: dark | hilarious | light hearted | romantic | depressing | suspenseful | fluffy | mysterious
PACING: snail’s pace | couldn’t keep up | mix of fast and slow | slow in the wrong place | fast in the wrong places | what even is pacing?
CHARACTERS: i’m in love (TRIC MY LOVE) | couldn’t connect | too many | well developed (all) | infuriating | annoying | precious babies | underdeveloped (all)| a mix of good and bad | diverse | okay | new favorite characters
ROMANCE: none | steamy | fluffy | OTP status | cute | center stage | barely there | cheesy | instalove | slow burn | i ship it | love triangle
DIVERSITY: none | lgbtq+ | racial | religion | disabled | mental illness | body

 

This is my dream book. If I could wish for a book about anything, and have it appear fully formed in front of me, I would wish for this book. Thankfully, the wonderful Jay Kristoff (who also cowrote the Illuminae Chronicles!) actually did write this book, and man, was it amazing! It’s one of the best books I’ve ever read, despite a few issues I had with it here and there.

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Top Ten Tuesday: 10 Books I’d Buy Right this Second

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Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature created and hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. There’s a new topic each week and you post 10 things that follow the theme. This weeks theme is 10 books I’d buy if I had a fully loaded gift card. This will include books already released and preorders!

Which books would you buy if you had a loaded gift card? Let me know in the comments below!

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