But for me, I was disappointed and it actually made me angry for ever feeling interested in Both of Me.
Hello book lovers! I am so sorry for not keeping up with all my posts! This is the first week of college for me, so I have been settling into my classes and getting homework done. I think by the end of this week I will hopefully be back into a routine schedule where I…… Continue reading Top 5 Wednesday- Favorite Bromances
I know what you are all thinking, “Why am I writing a book review on a book that EVERYONE knows about?” Well this is not a full fledge book review. It is a mini review about my thoughts on how The Fault in Our Stars crippled my heart.
Hello bookworms, For this week’s Top 5 Wednesday it is all about our favorite books that we love before we were apart of the book community. I only started to be apart of the book community in the winter of 2015 on Blogspot. I then had my book blog on Blogspot for a couple months…… Continue reading Top 5 Wednesday- Books from Before You Joined…
Hello readers! Sorry for this post being so late. I moved back up to my college apartment, so I have been busy unpacking, grocery shopping, ant etc. I hope you guys are going to have a great week this week! Last Week: Opposition by Jennifer L. Armentrout 5 stars What a fantastic conclusion to such…… Continue reading It’s Monday! What Are You Currently Reading?
The plot was so relatable. You have a shy girl who finds comfort in the realms of the internet rather than in real life. She is a writer of fan fiction. Cath is just your average shy girl trying to attempt life in college. I related to this plot on such a personal level.
Love between two different people who live in two separate worlds are GOALS. I love that element in books especially in historical fiction. I just love historical fiction in general. They are all really great! But anyway back to the review. I also love the lesson that Shadow Walker teaches Miranda. Books with lessons in them are the greatest!