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Title: The Sun is Also a Star Author: Nicola Yoon Publisher: Delacorte Press Genre/s: Young Adult, Contemporary Fiction, Romance Number of Pages: 348 [hardcover] My Rating: 5/5 stars Synopsis from Goodreads: Natasha: I’m a girl who believes in science and facts. Not fate. Not destiny. … Continue reading →
The Forgotten Tale Goes On Tour! Fellow readers! Catch Toronto-based J.M. Frey as she goes on tour this December with the release of her new young adult fantasy novel The Forgotten Tale. About The Forgotten Tale Add to Goodreads or … Continue reading →
It’s been a stressful week last week to the point that I didn’t even get to write a weekly wrap-up post, so I’m merging two wrap-ups in this entry! 🙂 Eats CoCo Ichibanya This famous curry restaurant from Japan is … Continue reading →
I am not from the U.S. but I’m joining in the bandwagon of the #NationalBookLoversDay hashtag with some tribute photos to my favorite authors. ❤ Jodi Picoult is one of the writers who has influenced my writing big time. She still … Continue reading →
I would like to thank the publisher, Delacorte Press, for the free copy in exchange for a review. Title: AND I DARKEN Author: Kiersten White Publisher: Delacorte Press Genre/s: Fantasy, Young Adult, Historical Fiction Number of Pages: 475 pages [hardcover] My Rating: 4/5 Stars … Continue reading →
The week started out with me making three trips to the hospital (all on Monday!), and no, this isn’t about my vertigo attacks, but another condition entirely. After that, I was practically bed-ridden again, but to my delight, I was … Continue reading →
Unlike with my CD collection and music-spazzing, I rarely broadcast post about my other vice in life — books. Hazel Grace Lancaster couldn’t have said it any better:
“Sometimes, you read a book and it fills you with this weird evangelical zeal, and you become convinced that the shattered world will never be put back together unless and until all living humans read the book. And then there are books like An Imperial Affliction, which you can’t tell people about, books so special and rare and yours that advertising your affection feels like betrayal.”
But I’m making an exception this time because one of my favorite writers just blew me away with the upcoming release of Just One Night. I don’t even know where and how to start explaining how personal and special the Just One Day/Year books are, so really. I’m just out of words. And I just have to write the feeeels down.
And once again, the excruciating wait begins. Save the date: May 29, 2014. Oh damn. ❤ Thank you, Gayle Forman, for this. Thank you. Thank you.