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The Grace Year by Kim Liggett – Stunning Prose and A Chilling Story of Quiet Rebellion

Genres: Young Adult, Speculative Fiction, Dystopia Pages: 416 Published: October 8, 2019 by Wednesday Books Format: eARC from Wednesday Books via Netgalley Goodreads | Twitter Survive the year. No one speaks of the grace year. It’s forbidden. In Garner County, girls are told they have the power to lure grown men from their beds, to drive women mad with jealousy. They believe their very skin … Continue reading The Grace Year by Kim Liggett – Stunning Prose and A Chilling Story of Quiet Rebellion

Why ‘The Bold Type’ May Be My New Favorite Show

I’m a show repeater. I rarely ever watch new shows. When I do decide to watch a new show, it’s after the first season has already aired. I don’t like waiting each week for new episodes. Plus, I  just like the comfort of re-watching my favorite characters and knowing exactly what is going to happen. So when I decided to watch The Bold Type’s series … Continue reading Why ‘The Bold Type’ May Be My New Favorite Show

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Blog Tour Review: Shameless by Nina Lemay

[alert]This Book is recommended for mature readers (17+)[/alert] the plot Hannah is a student in Montreal who is paying for college by stripping every night at a local club. Honestly, I was a bit wary about where this book was going to go when it started, especially since the book is contemporary romance and it focuses more on the characters and relationships than it does on … Continue reading Blog Tour Review: Shameless by Nina Lemay

Review: A Doll’s House by Henrik Ibsen

This book was SO much better than Beowulf. I kinda saw why these two books were on my summer reading homework- they were like total opposites, so I think the point was to see a contrast in time and views. I’m probably wrong but whatever. Anyway, I highly enjoyed this classic! Which is a bit odd to be saying since I can count the classics … Continue reading Review: A Doll’s House by Henrik Ibsen