Paintbrush Book Review

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[I received a free advance review copy in exchange for an honest review]
I’m sobbing.
I’M DOWNRIGHT SOBBING THIS WAS SO GOOD.
Not the cute kind of sobbing with a couple of tears running down my face. Nope, none of that.
It’s the ugly kind. The one where you get under-eye bags for days afterwards.

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I didn’t realize how much I’ve missed YA contemporaries until now. Because I honestly gave up on them after Jandy Nelson’s books, I’ll Give You The Sun and The Sky Is Everywhere, because every book I read afterwards just didn’t come close to their perfection. But then this one was like a mashup of these two, only it was way more exotic and beautiful. Continue reading

A Million Worlds With You Book Review

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Every moment, every day, we are all making something – whether it’s science or art, a relationship or a destiny – building it choice by choice, moment by moment. Our decisions shape other people’s worlds as well as our own. We are all the center of our own universe, and all of us in someone else’s orbit. It’s a paradox, but sometimes paradoxes are where the truth begins.

That was incredible. Continue reading

Let It Snow Book Review

book-reviewI was supposed to re-read this during winter break…?
I’m so glad that I decided to pick this up. Noticing stuff I missed while reading it the first time… One of the perks of re-reading. Although Jubilee and Stuart’s story had the sorta-insta-love trope, I still thought it was super sweet and lovely. The Duke and Tobin’s was hilarious. Continue reading

Along For The Ride Book Review

book-reviewThis was such a lovely and fluffy read! Just like every other Sarah Dessen book I’ve read. I totally loved Auden’s (and every other) character transformation. The way she dealt with her insomnia and the whole quest thing in Colby. My favorite character is got to be Isby, though. I rooted for a lot of characters here; Heidi, Eli, the whole girl-squad, Adam, Wallace, Hollis… They felt so real to me in a way I usually feel while reading a Sarah Dessen book. Continue reading