Bookshop Girl by Chloe Coles!
I just had to give this amazing book (and amazing author!) its own post. It’s one of my favourite books and deserves all of the love. Lovely Chloe herself invited me to the launch party of Bookshop Girl so I went to that last night and had a lot of fun. What could go wrong when pink dolphin balloons and vodka jelly shots are involved?
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“No justice. No peace.”
Set in England, Run, Riot is a powerful and important read about gentrification, police brutality and young people standing up against the injustices that happen far too frequently while the people higher up are trying to cover them up.
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Hi everyone, I don’t know about you but I feel like May lasted forever! I read 12 books over the course of the month, 13 if you include a re-read, which honestly is very surprising to me because I thought I had a bit of a poor reading month.
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Sixteen year old Paige Turner (you read that correctly!) has been working at Bennett’s Bookshop for 2 months before recieving the news that in a month it’ll become another casualty of the high street. She decides to put her best activist foot forward in attempt to save it, but it won’t be easy in a small town like Greysworth. Along the way there will be boys, feminism, naked bodies and friendship!
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Bobby Seed is 17 years old and cares for his mum who has MS. Daily life is a struggle but he deals with it because he loves her, until one day she asks him to go the extra mile. She asks him if he will put an end to her pain.
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