Tag: Mentalhealth

YA BOOK REVIEW: WONDERLAND

Hi, Today Im reviewing the fabulous Juno Dawsons latest ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️  release Wonderland. I pre-ordered this without even reading the blurb. Normally I wouldn’t read a retelling however this was amazing. Its a gritty novel that tackles topics of Privilege, LGBTQ+ and mental illness The wonderland party was weird, haunting and enticing all at the same…

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POC BOOKS I’VE LOVED

Hi, Today I am sharing some YA books I have loved that are written by Black Authors and Include Black characters. I support and want to raise awareness of #Blacklivesmatter so this month I am prioritising to read more POC books that I already own and some I’ve just bought Here are the ones I…

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YA BOOK REVIEW: READ WITH PRIDE

Hi, Todays review is for the second book in the Paper and Hearts Society series written by the amazing Lucy Powrie. Definite ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️. I had this on pre-order as I adored the first one and was excited to get to know Olivia more. Plus I wanted the pin badge to add to my collection and…

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JUNE TBR

Hi, I haven’t done one of these in ages but because I am reading much more now , due to finishing school , I thought lets start the monthly TBR and wrap ups again 🙂 In June I plan to read 5 books : 2 new releases, 1 proof and 2 net-galley books! Here they…

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YA BOOK REVIEW: The GRAVITY OF US

Hi, I got this from Net-galley so I read it on my kindle once again.It is a Definite ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ read by Phil Stamper. I absolutely loved this story soooo much. I felt connected to the teenage characters as they were all written beautifully and the story was captivating meaning I read it in less than…

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Easter Readathon Wrap Up

Hi, Today I’m going to do little reviews of all 3 books I read during the Readathon whilst sunbathing in the garden which was lovely.   I started off reading Hold still by Nina LaCour which was very similar to And the starts were burning brightly. I read them one after the other so I…

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