“I feel like I might grow up to be somebody important.”
Junior lives on a reservation, where he gets beaten up and has been to too many funerals in his 14 years of life. But he wants something more, so he makes a leap and decides to transfer to a school full of rich white people. Will people accept him there or will his destiny remain the same?
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leo has never been to earth. he would like to go home now.
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In the latest installment of the Bookshop Girl series, Paige and Holly escape to seaside town Skegton-On-Sea to work at a book festival. What could be better than that?! Well, soon they find out that things won’t be as dreamy as they expected…
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I consumed Turtles All The Way Down within a few hours, and I now have to come to terms with actually liking a John Green book for the first ever time, so this post is my way of processing all the feels I have. Because this book shattered my heart.
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Audrey takes on a job at a posh cinema to escape from her mum’s grief, only to have to associate with a boy who flirts with everyone. As part of a school assignment, she decides to tear apart film cliches that are rarely ever reality, but will being around such a flirt have an affect on this?
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What are you currently reading?
The Survivor by Sean Slater. Currently not very far in so I haven’t formed an opinion yet!
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Review of this book initially posted on Goodreads, but I slightly changed it for this post.
“It is with great sadness that we must inform you there is an unstoppable, extinction-level meteorite headed for Earth. Multiple studies done in private over the previous days and weeks have confirmed our worst fears – there is absolutely no way of lessening the impact or diverting it off course.”
Continue reading “Review: Keep Going by Cara Compass”