I am a lover of all books but I have a soft-spot for YA novels, fantasy, romance, paranormal, dystopia, and though I have not read a lot of sci-fi, if I ever get my hands on a really good one like Ender’s Game, I might change my mind!
When it comes to books, I can be straightforward so I will be posting some brutally honest reviews. Because I am a full-time student, an intern, and work part-time, I will try to post as many as I can before going crazy.
Contact me if you would like a specifc book to review!
Some warning, there will most likely be spoilers in my reviews.
5 stars: Loved it! Amazing, mind-blowing, could not put the book down!!!
4 stars: Liked it! A great read but needs some tweaks
3 stars: It was okay! Had some good qualities but also some bad
2 stars: I did not like it–Either finished the book because I spent money on it or did not finish it–serious flaws
1 star:Meh! 😦
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