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The Last Goodbye

The trouble is, you think you have time. -Buddha I looked into the mirror and I didn't see me. Instead, I saw a broken shell of a man, someone who was just barely hanging on to the harsh reality around... Continue Reading →

Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo

So I finished reading Sixteen of Crows a week or two ago and I'm standing in a line for picture day at school so here's my review. Sorry if it sucks :/ Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo  Plot:   ... Continue Reading →

Simon Vs. The Homosapiens Agenda Review

Good day my dear readers, I really hope you're all having a great weekend. So anyways, I recently finished reading Simon vs the Homosapiens Agenda, and let me tell you, I absolutely loved it! So I'll be sharing my thoughts... Continue Reading →

Note to Self by Connor Franta

Rating: 4.65 What is it about? "This is an open diary. This gives my insides a voice through visuals and poetry; this is me spilled out on paper." 'Note to Self' is a non-fictional memoir Written by twenty something CEO,... Continue Reading →

My Trip to London: Part One

Hello my dear readers! I'm back from my little hiatus and from my trip to London. So basically I'm going to be sharing my experience in three consecutive (hopefully entertaining) posts. This first one is going to be about the... Continue Reading →

The Books I’ll Probably Never Read

Good day my dear readers! A good friend asked me to the 'books I'll never read tag' and so I'm complying with her request. Β I'll leave a link Β to her channel down below, so please do check her out and... Continue Reading →

A Study in Scarlet by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

A Study in Scarlet by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle *keep in mind I have not finished the complete series. I have only read A Study in Scarlet. Rating: 4.00 Plot: Dr. John Watson returns from the war sometime in the... Continue Reading →

Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell

Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell Rating: 4.65 Plot: Park is a semi popular kid in school, he's learned to keep his head down and stay out of trouble for the most part. However, all that changes one morning on... Continue Reading →

13 Reasons Why by Jay Asher

So in light of the new hype for 13 reasons why, I decided to post my review of this book. A little warning, this review does contain and I DID. NOT. LIKE. THIS. BOOK. So if I offend anybody, I'm... Continue Reading →

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