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"More Than We Can Tell" by Brigid Kemmerer

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"More Than We Can Tell" by Brigid Kemmerer

Hey everyone! I'm back!
I've finally gotten around to reading this novel after reading Letters to the Lost two years ago! And let me tell you, I'm so glad that I did...
Enjoy!



Novel: More Than We Can Tell

Author: Brigid Kemmerer

Published:2018

Genre: coming-of-age, romance

The number of pages:

Series: Letters to the Lost #2 (can also be read as a stand-alone novel)


Now this, this is why I read. I mean, I should have expected it after loving Letters to the Lost.


"I know I build walls around myself, but I've never met someone whose own walls seemed equally impenetrable." -
Emma Blue

Blurb:
Every day Rev struggles with the memories and demons of the time before he was adopted. He's always managed just fine, until a letter from his birth father brings hellfire, fear and danger back into his life.
Emma escapes her life in an online game she built herself. Virtual reality is so much easier than real life. But then an…

"I Am Number Four" by Pittacus Lore

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"I Am Number Four" by Pittacus Lore

Hey everyone! It feels like I haven't blogged in ages. Probably because I haven't. I really hope that I find more time to read soon, it's just been difficult lately.

Anyway, enjoy!





Novel: I Am Number Four

Author: Pittacus Lore

Published: 2010

Genre: fantasy, sci-fi, romance

The number of pages: 374

Series: Lorien Legacies #1


Hey, not bad. I kind of had higher expectations but in general, it wasn't too bad.


"Don't give up hope just yet. It's the last thing to go. When you have lost hope, you have lost everything. And when you think all is lost, when all is dire and bleak, there is always hope." - Henri


Blurb:
There were nine of us who escaped...
Number One was killed in Malaysia.
Number Two was murdered in England. 
Number Three was hunted down in Kenya. 
Before they come for the others, they'll come for me...
I am Number Four. 
John Smtih is not your average teenager. 
He regularly moves from small town to small town…

"Broken Throne" by Victoria Aveyard

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"Broken Throne" by Victoria Aveyard

Hey everyone!
I'm back with an exciting new review that Red Queen fans will absolutely love me for!
Enjoy x






Novel: Broken Throne

Author: Victoria Aveyard

Published: 2019

Genre: fantasy, romance, short-stories

The number of pages: 468

Series: Red Queen #4.5


A satisfying ending to a great series that I will keep in my heart and mind forever.


"It is an odd thing, to be loved and know you are loved as well" - Evangeline Samos

Blurb:
This war is far from over, and my job is far from done. 
A collection of Red Queen stories and artifacts.

An unseated king searches for meaning in a world altered by war.
Enemy brothers clash one final time.
A doomed queen pends words of hope to her future son.
In the chaos of an unknown land trapped between warring nations, survival reigns supreme.
And a hero whose spark started a revolution discovers where she belongs in peace.

This review will not make much sense unless you've read the Red Queen series or at …

"The Kissing Booth" by Beth Reekles

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"The Kissing Booth" by Beth Reekles

Hey everyone! I'm back!
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Novel: The Kissing Booth

Author: Beth Reekles

Published: 2012

Genre: romance, coming-of-age

The number of pages: 448

Series: The Kissing Booth #1



Yes, I realise I am kind of late to the party. When I first watched the movie last year, I absolutely loved it. So I just knew that I had to read the novel.


"Some people say you'll fall in love, and that's who you'll spend forever with; the person who'll know your deepest and darkest secrets and still love you even then, the person who'll know exactly the right thing to say to make you laugh or smile or feel better. They'll be the person who, no matter what, you can't live without." - Elle Evans


Blurb:
Meet Rochelle Evans: pretty, popular--and never been kissed. Meet Noah Flynn: badass, volatile--and a total player. And also Elle's best friend's older brother... 

When Elle decides to run a kissing booth for the school's S…

"Until Friday Night" by Abbi Glines

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"Until Friday Night" by Abbi Glines

Hey everyone! I'm back with a new review and a new book series!
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Novel: Until Friday Night

Author: Abbi Glines

Published: 2015

Genre: romance, coming-of-age

The number of pages: 336

Series: Field Party #1


Not sure how I felt about this book. Not sure what to say here either.


"Not talking was my security blanket. I wasn't ready to let it go." - Maggie Carleton


Blurb:
To everyone who knows him, West Ashby has always been that guy: the cocky, popular, too-handsome-for-his-own-good football god. But on the inside he's grief-stricken - his father is dying and he hasn't told anyone because he can't face the truth.
Now, as his pain grows unbearable, West finally decides he needs to talk to someone about his dad. So in the dark shadows of a party, he tells the one girl who doesn't speak everything he can't tell anyone else. West expected to feel relief, a flood of emotions - but what he didn't expect was fo…

"The Stand-In Boyfriend" by Emma Doherty

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"The Stand-In Boyfriend" by Emma Doherty

Hey everyone!
I'm finally back with a review after practically a whole month of not reading anything :(
I hope you’ve been enjoying June so far! I can’t believe how fast this year has gone already.

Anyway, enjoy and I’ll see you very soon!



Novel: The Stand-In Boyfriend

Author: Emma Doherty

Published: 2019

Genre: romance

The number of pages: 261

Series: Grove Valley High series #1


If I had to describe this book in one sentence it would be ‘a slow start with a perfect finish!’

"Being in love with someone who doesn't love you back is no fun for anyone" - Livy Chapman


Blurb: Livy Chapman is in love with Jessie Stephenson. It's that simple. She has been for years but he only sees her as his best friend. His best friend who copies her homework relies on her to bail him out of trouble and who hooks up with other girls in front of.  Enough is enough and when Chase Mitchell, star of the soccer team, and all-round Mr Popular steps in and…

"Izzy + Tristan" by Shannon Dunlap

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"Izzy + Tristan" by Shannon Dunlap

Hey everyone!

I'm back again with another book review! Unfortunately, this will be the last one for about 3-4 weeks as I have exams coming up and quite a few tests that I really need to start studying for. I've been procrastinating though, with reading mostly. So I'm just going to take a short break and focus on school for a bit but I'll be back sometime in June with a new book, I promise :)

Anyway, I'll see you soon and enjoy this review!



(this wasn't the cover that I had on the copy I read but I'm guessing that this is the American cover and mine was the international cover? Let me know if you are from America and whether or not you had this cover.)


Novel: Izzy + Tristan

Author: Shannon Dunlap

Published: 2019

Genre:romance

The number of pages: 326



I will tell you one thing, and one thing alone; I've never read something so tragic.



"So you see, this can't be a novel, because it's not about anything ne…