A Universe of Sufficient Size

Miriam Sved’s A Universe of Sufficient Size is a captivating story touching on family, friendship and sacrifice. This book was quite entrancing, slowly pulling me into pages. I will be honest, at the first half of the book I found myself wanting to dive into the 1938 chapters, keeping my eye out for any more…

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We Hunt the Flame – Review

There are not enough words in the English language – screw it, any language for the matter – that can describe how much joy reading this book has brought me. Albeit I have taken my time with reading it, my copy sitting on my desk for a couple of months; just watching me, waiting for me to pick it up and just devour it.

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All American Muslim Girl

If I could compile a list of books for my younger self to read, this book would be at the top of the list. I read through this one so fast, barely wanted to put it down. The writing, the characters.. I simply love every single thing about All American Muslim Girl. All American Muslim…

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Bury The Lede

by Gaby Dunn | Pub Date: 08 Oct 2019 I RECEIVED AN ARC FOR THIS BOOK. A dark and captivating rendition of Supergirl !  This graphic novel follows the uncertain navigation of Reporter Intern Madison Jackson through her first big murder lead, relationships, feelings and family drama. I loved the art style and the colours so much!…

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The Secret History

What are the dead, anyway, but waves and energy? Light shining from a dead star? I’ve seen this book worshipped by the “dark academia” fanatics on tumblr. I definitely have heard of Donna Tartt’s talent of attracting a reader like a magnet, inticing in a very eloquent way. Despite all of this, I wasn’t prepared…

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While You Were Reading

If you’re looking for a light rom-com book that pulls you out of a reading slump, look no further! Beatrix “Bea” Babbage is a bookworm who moves away from her home to a different city to start a new life — following a ruined celebration — and finds exactly that. This was a I book…

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