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Books to Read When You Are in a Reading Slump

Hi guys! So I did this idea a long time ago and now that I have evolved on this blog and so many other books have come out since then, I want to share with you some books that personally help me get out of a reading slump, and most of these, you guys would probably agree with as well. So I hope this is helpful and lets get on with the post!
1. The Harry Potter Series by J.K. Rowling
This one I feel is fairly obvious, but for most of you guys out there, Harry Potter is wicked nostalgic and for those who have read it hundreds of times like me know that it is very easy to get through. All around it just makes people happy and more willing to read more.
2. Divergent by Veronica Roth
Another fairly obvious one, and it feels like I haven't talked about this book in a little while. This was the first YA book I ever read when I was in the 4th grade, which now feels so young now that it has been so many years, so this is also very nostalgic for me and it is a really easy book to read which…

The Rose and The Dagger by Renee Adieh Review

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Today I will be reviewing The Rose and The Dagger by Renee Adieh.
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I would like to start off by saying, well done Renee Adieh. She has managed to craft a beautiful story with intricacies that only an old legend can have. Yet again, the writing style was incredible in this book. It was poetic and beautiful. The plot was interesting and kept me captivated till the very end. There were so many twists and turns that I didn't know what to do with myself. Each one struck a different emotion. Hate. Anger. Lust. Sadness.  Another thing that I really enjoyed about this was the character growth and how the relationships changed. The characters that were introduced really impacted the story, which some of the time they don't in YA novels so I appreciated that. The aspects of family, friendship and love were magnificent. Although I have never seen so much backstabbing in one book. I would've never gue…

All of the Holidays Book Tag (Original)

Hi guys!

From a request, I will start doing Book Tags on this blog. This is an original tag so I made up all of the questions and everything. I will say that these are all of the major holidays that I celebrate, so some of them are purely American, you can change the solely American ones if you want to do this tag and you live in another country and celebrate a different holiday.

Okay let's get started with this tag!

1. New Years: Name a book or series that you read every year
I feel like this is an answer for nearly everybody has but it still is my choice. 
2. Valentines Day: Name a book centered around a relationship I know, I know, not very Valentines Day-y because it is all about a break up, but it is still about a relationship and the majority of this book is stories from their actual relationship, and the reason's why they broke up. 
3. St. Patrick's Day: Name a book with gold on the cover I mean, the gold palace
4. Easter: Name a book with Spring/Easter colors on th…

Always and Forever Lara Jean by Jenny Han Book Review

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I'm going to be reviewing Always and Forever Lara Jean by Jenny Han!
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I went into this book knowing nothing that was going to go down and I thought that it would be as light and fluffy as the other books, which it was not. I will say it was the first time that I was annoyed at Lara Jean really, because of her decisions about college. Now that I get the negative stuff out of the way, it's time to talk about everything that I loved in this book. Kitty is one of my all-time favorite characters in these books and she was even better in this one! I was also kind of happy that Josh wasn't really seen throughout this book, because I am not the biggest fan of Josh now. There were some heart-wrenching parts of this book that I definitely was not expecting but I really respected how Jenny Han did those parts of the book. The plot was very well done and the new character…

Frost Like Night by Sara Raasch Book Review

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Im so excited that I finally read this book and that I am going to be reviewing it for you guys today!
So without further ado, I will be review Frost Like Night by Sara Raasch
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With this series being one of my favorites, I had high expectations for this last book. And it totally lived up to my expectations! The characters the Raasch created were still ever so lovely and well-rounded. The twist ending to Ice Like Fire, set up the beginning of this book perfectly. Finding out that Angra was alive made everything more intense about the story and I throughout the entire time I was wondering "How is Theron???". As usual Raasch's writing is beautiful and made it so the story went by quickly.  The plot was interesting and enriching, and kept me on edge. There were so many different twis…

The Siren by Kiera Cass Book Review

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Im sorry that this is super late, I read this book ages ago but I am finally getting around to putting up the reviews for all of the books that I read. So all of you guys will be seeing a lot of book reviews today as well as maybe some other content.

Anyways, this is my review for The Siren by Kiera Cass

So I want to get this across as quickly as possible, this was definitely not my favorite Kiera Cass book. I found it very insta-lovey which I know that many people do not like. Although this insta-love didn't really make me angry, I also really enjoyed the love interest this book. The concept was a little cliche but I personally hadn't read many books before that involved sirens so I thought that it was fine. I did really enjoy the plot for this though. There were so many twists and turns and there were actually some heart-wrenching moments. I did like most of the characters even though I thought that the main character was annoying. I enjoyed the relationships betwee…