A Curse so Dark and Lonely Book Review (Spoiler Free)

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“I’m always surprised to discover that when the world seems darkest, there exists the greatest opportunity for light.” 

Author: Brigid Kemmerer

Published: January 29th 2019 by Bloomsbury YA

Pages: 484

Rating: 4/5

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Ok. That ending had me shook! OMG!! It’s going to make an interesting set up for the next book and I will definitely be reading the sequel! It took me some time to get used to the characters, but after a few pages, I found myself glued to the book eagerly anticipating what’s going to happen next. If you have not picked this one up, I highly urge you do because it was an awesome twist on the classic Beauty and the Beast fairy tale!

Summary (from GoodReads):

Fall in love, break the curse.

Cursed by a powerful enchantress to repeat the autumn of his eighteenth year, Prince Rhen, the heir of Emberfall, thought he could be saved easily if a girl fell for him. But that was before he turned into a vicious beast hell-bent on destruction. Before he destroyed his castle, his family, and every last shred of hope.

Nothing has ever been easy for Harper. With her father long gone, her mother dying, and her brother constantly underestimating her because of her cerebral palsy, Harper learned to be tough enough to survive. When she tries to save a stranger on the streets of Washington, DC, she’s pulled into a magical world.

Break the curse, save the kingdom.

Harper doesn’t know where she is or what to believe. A prince? A curse? A monster? As she spends time with Rhen in this enchanted land, she begins to understand what’s at stake. And as Rhen realizes Harper is not just another girl to charm, his hope comes flooding back. But powerful forces are standing against Emberfall . . . and it will take more than a broken curse to save Harper, Rhen, and his people from utter ruin.

Characters

Harper – Expressive; Compassionate; Strong; – What can I say? I really enjoyed reading Harper’s perspective. She is a strong character but I liked her since she was different from the typical YA leads since she exhibits a balance of strength and emotion. She loves her family – her brother and mother  – and is persistent to find them. Despite having Cerebral Palsy, she is still a determined individual and that’s what makes her so inspiring.

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Rhen – Strategic; Disheartened; Trapped – Rhen was just the sweetest. In the beginning we see him to be a tortured soul whose glimpses of hope are constantly being depleted and we can’t help but feel for him.

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Grey – A character who slowly grew on me. Initially, it was hard to discern his qualities due to his stoic personality; however, as time went by he slowly started to reveal layers of his character and it made me appreciate him even more.

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Final Thoughts 

I will admit that it took quite some time for me to get into this novel. I am not sure why but it did progress quite slowly in the beginning. However, within the 100 page mark, I noticed a lot of interesting dynamics and plot elements being introduced and this caused me to grow more intrigued. Since this book was described to be a Beauty and the Beast re-telling, I already had preconceived notions on how the plot would play out but I was surprised to see the different elements which were being introduced into the story. I found it to be refreshing since it offered a new look into a world which was build within this fairy tale backdrop.

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I also appreciated the hilarious banter between the characters! It brought a lighter atmosphere to the novel’s dark ambiance. The novel also intertwines the themes of inner strength and resilience against the most overwhelming and gruesome tribulations. It was amazing to see these characters go through this incredible journey to become the best version of themselves. The romance was a slow burn and I loved seeing the progression of their relationship and how they grew to be bit more open with each other. It made everything quite believable. The only reason why I could not give this book a complete 5 star rating was because I ended up questioning a few plot details here and there and I did have a couple of questions on certain issues. But overall, I really enjoyed it and I personally think this is the best Beauty and the Beast re-telling out there!

Have any of you read A Curse so Dark and Lonely? What did you think of it?

Until next time, keep reading and I will see you all soon with another bookish post!

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Easter Time Book Tag

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Since Easter is coming up, what better way to welcome the holiday with a tag?? Thank you to Sea of Pages for tagging me! I had so much fun with this! This tag was originally created by Theresa @ The Calico Books. Please check both these blogs because they are so amazing! 🙂

Please note that the title graphic was created by Sea of Pages and the graphics used in the post were created by Theresa, and I claim no credit for these.

Without further ado, let’s get on with the tag!

Rules

  • Answer the prompts.
  • Tag some friends.
  • Link back to this post, and be sure to mention the creator (Theresa @ The Calico Books)
  • Have fun!

 

BOOK OF IVY

The Book of Ivy truly surprised me and it is unfortunate that it does not receive more recognition. This duology was a true gem since it helped me get out of a reading slump with it’s fast paced plot and character dynamics. While it does have a dystopian backdrop, it was handled a lot differently than other novels of the same genre so I highly recommend this one!

 

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Children of Blood and Bone – Do I even have to say more about this novel? OMG this was a thrill ride from start to finish and I absolutely loved the amount of representation! In addition, the characters are phenomenal and I loved being part of their journey. It’s always amazing when we hear stories inspired from different folklore. We get a better understanding of the world and the people around us and I hope more authors share stories like this in the future.

 

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A Conjuring of Light – This was the first series I ever read by Victoria Schwab and I was finally able to understand the enormous praise and love for her books. This woman has a brilliant mind and her writing is exquisite. By the time I came to the third book, I was experiencing quite a bit of bittersweet emotions since I did not want to say goodbye to all these amazing characters. However, there is some hope since I know she is planning to write more books in this world so I cannot wait for that!! 🙂

 

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I was super lucky with this one. I happened to attend the Annual Library Sale that my Public Library holds and as soon as I saw the hardcover copy of The Darkest Mind on sale, I immediately picked it up! And to make it even better, I ended up loving this book!

 

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Fangirl – I related to this book on multiple levels! I think the main character is someone who a lot of us could relate to. She can be introverted, sassy at times, deals with social anxiety but also has a strong passion for writing which was displayed through fan fiction. I loved that this book incorporated that element since we do not typically see it in YA fiction. This is probably one of my favorite, cute contemporaries that I have ever read and I am so happy I decided to pick it up.

 

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The Lunar Chronicles – I think I have mentioned this before but I have to say that the Lunar Chronicles is the series which changed my life. I read this during a not so great time in my life but the themes of self-determination, strength, confidence and loving yourself really did provide a bit of consolation so I am grateful for Marissa Meyer for writing these books!

 

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Ok, talk about a novel with a twist after a twist. Honestly, this book was a roller coaster for me since the plot swayed left and right and it kept me on my toes wondering what could happen next. Caraval has definitely joined the ranks of my favorite series of all time!

I tag:

Grace @SheHeartsFiction

Tiffany@Readbytiffany

Jane@BloggerBooks

Tilly@TheBiblioshelf

Becky@Becky’sBookBlog

PJ@Reviewerpj

Malin @Grimmsnaught

 

If you have not checked out their blogs, please do because they post great content! If you were already tagged for this and I added you, I’m so sorry! And if you completed this tag, please link your post below so I can check it out! Have fun everyone! 🙂

Until next time, keep reading and I will see you all soon with another bookish post!

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Top Ten Tuesday – Rainy Day Reads

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Hello everyone! I hope you all are having a great start to the week! It’s Tuesday which means it’s time for another Top Ten Tuesday! And for this week’s post, it’s all about Rainy Day reads. I don’t have anything specific I read during Rainy Days, but I mostly reach for books which may offer an escape or fit the ambiance which reflects the dark atmosphere. And knowing me, it would most likely be dark fantasy with a mix of other genres as well 🙂

Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January 2018. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together.

Without further ado, here is my list!

1.A Darker Shade of Magic

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Basically anything from Victoria Schwab could be an ideal answer for a rainy day read. I feel that she truly captures that dark atmosphere with her morally gray characters and her thrilling and high stake plots which you can’t help but devour!

2. Six of Crows

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The Six of Crows duology is for sure a gritty and dark novel with it’s setting in Ketterdam and its the group of criminal characters lead by a devious mastermind. And when you add in the action packed plot for pulling off the greatest heist, how could you not pick this up as a rainy day read?

3. Stalking Jack the Ripper

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Rainy days are truly reflective of a dark mysterious atmosphere and when thinking of books which can best represent these attributes I couldn’t help but think of this novel. Set in the Victorian Era with a serial killer wrecking havoc among the streets of London along with an empowered female lead who is determined to be a forensic scientist, it really does bring together a great premise for thrilling read.

4. Wolf by Wolf

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As soon as I read the summary of this novel, I was automatically drawn to it. An alternative history where the Nazi Party wins the war? A motorcycle race infiltrated by a girl who goes undercover to win so she can end the leader of the Nazi regime? How does that not seem intriguing? Anything from this time period is frankly very interesting to read since you can learn a lot about history. The author did a fabulous job creating a balance of history and fiction while maintaining that thrilling and dark atmosphere which is the reason why this soon became one of my favorite historical fiction novels.

5. The Illuminae Files

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Now let’s move onto a different genre: Science Fiction! And what better book to introduce a dark and mysterious aura than The Illuminae Files!!! If you have not read this series yet, I highly recommend that you do since it is a thrilling and gripping novel set in outer space and is uniquely told through interview transcripts, e-mails, texts, etc. It is definitely something I sometimes reach for during a rainy day, especially if I want a quick and thrilling read.

6. Prisoner of Night and Fog

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Coming back to historical fiction novels, I would definitely say that this book is certainly a rainy day read. It’s creepy, it’s thought provoking and at times terrifying, which would make you want to snuggle into a blanket with your eyes glued onto the gripping pages. When I first read Prisoner of Night and Fog, it definitely had a dark ambiance which completely fits this atmosphere since it does explore Hitler’s inner circle and his character with some blood-chilling moments.

7. A Court of Thorns and Roses

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Something about high fantasy reads just screams rainy day reads to me, especially those which have a darker tone to it. Not only does this novel incorporate elements of fantasy, but it also is a dark fairy tale re-telling unlike any other. Set in a land ruled by fae, this re-telling of Beauty and the Beast is more gripping. I will admit that it does take time for the story to pick up but Sarah J. Maas always does such a great job in building magical and thrilling worlds which we get pulled into and I really appreciated that.

8. Truly Devious

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Recently, I have been into a lot of mystery novels and I feel like this one is the best to read during a rainy day. Told with multiple flashbacks, there are two mysteries which are investigated in the novel – one happening in the present and another which happened in the past. I’m not going to lie. There are moments which had me shook! For these reasons, I would say that this is a perfect Rainy Day read! 🙂

9. Hush, Hush

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Now stepping into the paranormal genre, I would honestly recommend this series. I understand that there are a lot of other paranormal ya fiction out there but for some reason, this one stuck out to me than the rest. It has been some time since I last picked up this book but when I initially read it, I remember being very intrigued by the level of mystery where you are not sure on who to trust. There are times when there were creepy situations which made my heart panic haha I would definitely be curled up in my blanket with a hot drink and this book in my hand with a thunderous storm looming outside.

10. Caraval

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Caraval became an easy favorite of mine as soon as it was released. I remembered staying glued to the pages for hours while highly anticipating what could happen next. While it is an addicting, magical novel, I also believe it would be great to read during a rainy day since its also quite dark and mysterious. When reading Caraval, there are times when you would question what choices to make and wonder whether the so-called “game” within the story really is a “game.”

What are your recommendations for a rainy day read? Have any of you tried this week’s Top Ten Tuesday prompt? Link it down below and I will definitely check it out! 🙂

Until next time, keep reading and I will see you all soon with another bookish post!

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Top Ten Tuesday – Outrageous Things I’ve Done for the Love of Books

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Hello everyone! It’s time for another Top Ten Tuesday and for this week’s post we need to address the outrageous things we’ve done for the love of books. Let’s face it. Being a book blogger or an avid lover of books could place us in some silly situations and I’m here to share a couple with you! I think this has got to be my favorite Top Ten post ever. Gawd I’m so EXTRA LOL

Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January 2018. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together.

Without further ado, here is my list!

1. Pulled an All Nighter til 4AM – This was all because of one book – An Ember in the Ashes. As I mentioned in my review for this novel, it was so addicting. It was because the stakes were so high and the characters were placed in crazy situations and as readers, all we can do is just sit in anticipation wondering what in the world could happen next. And I didn’t even realize how late it was until I heard my family getting ready for work  LOL

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2. Suffered Back Pain – Nope. You didn’t misread, this did happen recently while I was reading Hunting Prince Dracula. I think the hardest thing to do while reading is finding a good reading position. Ahem. . .it’s pretty obvious that I didn’t really find mine. My usual reading spot is on my bed and I was pretty addicted to my book so I didn’t really pay attention to anything else. Which is why I woke up to a severe back pain in the morning. *slow motion clap*

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3. Read at Work – Ok, so hear me out! I have a logical reason for this, I swear! You know when you are reading a novel and every single time we have those darn cliffhanger endings? That was the case for this reason. So whenever I had a break or when my coworkers would want to go out for lunch, I would stay with my novel on my desk, determined to finish a couple of chapters . . . . That didn’t really sound convincing. But you get my point right?

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4. Nearly broke down when my book covers don’t match – Yes, I am that person LOL Maybe I’m being a little over dramatic, but I do like to keep my shelves organized and it can be frustrating when I do spot a cover change T_T

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5. Brought books to vacation just in case – Well . . . you never know when you might need it right? Who am I kidding? With my family, there is barely enough time to sleep when I am on vacation so when will I even find the time to read? And despite knowing this, I still bring a couple books in my suitcase!

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6. Glared when people try to talk to me when I am reading – Just to clarify, this tends to happen with people I know and not with strangers haha Even if I purposely place myself in seclusion to read my novel, someone would think this is the perfect opportunity to start a conversation and ask questions about something I do not particularly have any interest in. Of all times, WHY NOW???

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7. Bought an extra a copy of the book in Hard Cover so my series are uniform – Hey now, don’t give that look. I’m sure this happens to the best of us . . . . In my case, this was because my Falling Kingdom series were all in hardcover except the first book so when I found the first book in hardcover in a local book sale, I immediately grabbed it!

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8. Forgot to Turn the Stove Off – Let’s face it. Sometimes we are just a little too invested in our books. A similar situation happened to me when I was heating up milk on the stove and it ended up overflowing and creating a mess . . . my Mom was not happy hehehe Not sure what gif to use for this one soooo:

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9. The amount of hours I spend working on my blog – As bloggers, it is necessary for us to be consistent with our posts and network with other bloggers in order to learn and grow our own blog. Long story short – It takes a lot of effort and time to maintain a blog and I feel like I am constantly preparing posts or scheduling times on my calendar on when to release my final drafts.

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10. Hiding books from the FAM – So there was a period of time where I did not own bookshelves so a lot of my books were just scattered all over my room. And whenever my parents would saunter in, they would often give a look of clear judgement. So when I noticed my collection was growing,  I did what any logical person would do – I “cleaned” up by hiding a couple in my closet or dresser. I mean. . . what are you going to do?

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I hope you all enjoyed this post, I had so much fun writing this. Any of you done outrageous things for the love of books? And if you completed the Top Ten prompt for this week, link it below and I will check it out! 🙂

Until next time, keep reading and I will see you all soon with another bookish post!

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Thank You, Next Book Tag

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Hello everyone! It’s time for a book tag!!! And for today’s post, I will be doing the Thank You, Next Book Tag. I was not tagged in this one but saw this on Jananie channel thisstoryaintover and I thought it would be super fun! This tag is based on Ariana Granda’s song Thank You, Next. Enjoy! 🙂

  1. Name a book that you said “thank u, next” to, i.e. DNF’d (did not finish):

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Monument 14 by Emmy Laybourne – I am so sorry, but this book was not for me. I read this a long time ago since the dystopian element did draw me into the plot but I wasn’t able to relate to the characters and I ended up finding a lot of flaws while reading it so I ended up DNFing it.

The next three questions can be answered together or separately with completely different books.

2. Name a book that taught you love (i.e. a book you loved)

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Doon series by Carey Corp and Lorie Langhorn – I’m not sure if this series is well known to the book community but it was something I was recommended by abookutopia and I couldn’t help but be enchanted by the premise. The entire series is quite lighthearted but it also has an aspect of adventure, romance, and  the wonder of being transported to a different world which is probably why I loved it so much. It was what I primarily look for in books: an escape. Plus, the Scotland setting and the male leads were a huge plus in my book!

3. Name a book that taught you patience.

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A Gathering of Shadows by V.E Schwabb – Now the Darker Shade of Magic series is one of my favorite series of all time. Having said that, I will say that the second book to the series does have a slow pace, especially in the beginning. I still enjoyed reading the book but it took a long time for the plot to thicken and drive the story forward. However, I didn’t think too much of it since I understand that the author had probably done this to add more layers to the characters.

4. Name a book that taught you pain.

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A Reaper at the Gates by Sabaa Tahir – I have no choice but to list a repeat from the original video because this book brought SO MUCH EMOTIONAL PAIN. You have no idea. I just want all my characters – Laia, Helene and my luv Elias to be happy! iS THAT TOO MuCH to ASK???? I JUST CAN’T OMG.

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5. Name a book that you loved at the time of reading but in hindsight you do not like as much anymore but which you still learned some other quality from.

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Twilight by Stephanie Meyer – This is probably an unpopular opinion but in the beginning when I picked up Twilight, I will admit it was because I was curious about the movie release and I wanted to know what it was about. For some reason, I did not fall into the fandom. To add to that, I do believe that my reading taste have changed over the years so when I attempted to do a re-read, I just couldn’t bring myself to like it as much. Maybe because I have ventured into other novels and genres which peaked my interest and I had gotten used to different writing styles or characters that it was not the same anymore. However, I will say that this series is one worth of recognition since it brought many people to read books and that itself is a huge accomplishment 🙂

6. Name a book you’re currently talking to, i.e. have the hots for

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Stalking Jack the Ripper – Recently, I have been into mystery novels and this was the book that started it! Everything about the setting, the characters and plot was just so well done! And I guess the majority of the reason why could be because of Thomas but I’m not complaining 🙂

7. Name the book that gon’ last – the book of you – the book that helped you love yourself a little bit more.

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Cress (actually the entire Lunar Chronicles) – I read this series during the most difficult moments of my life and it really did help to lift my spirit and help me to become more positive. Moreover, it also urged me to speak up against those who were constantly judging me or pushing me to corners where I did not want to be and overall taught me to love myself.

(But I do have to give some credit to BTS and their music as well HAHA And speaking of which they have an album coming on April 12th AND UR GURL IS HYPE! And it was just released today that they are nominated for Top Group/Duo and Top Social Artist for the Billboard Music Awards YAYYYY Go team Go!!! )

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8. Tag Someone to do this tag

I tag these lovely bloggers:

Blogger Books @Blogger Books 

Jasmine @MyQuietLittleCorner

Ash @InkTrails

Ellyn @allonsythornraxx

Angelica @TheBookCoverGirl

Grace @SheHeartsFiction

Malin @Grimmsnaught

Spines That Shine @Spinesthatshine

JoBeth @BlueBinding

Tilly @TheBiblioshelf

M @MissterReader

Becky @Becky’sBookBlog

If you have not checked out their blogs, please do because they post great content! And if you completed this tag, please link your post below so I can check it out! Have fun everyone! 🙂

Until next time, keep reading and I will see you all soon with another bookish post!

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BTS LOVE YOURSELF BOOK TAG

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What could be better than putting together the two things I love in life: BOOKS AND BTS ❤ I’ve been an ARMY since Day 1 and it’s so heartwarming and beautiful to see how much they have grown and accomplished! I am so proud of them! This was a group that helped me through the toughest points in my life and constantly reminded me to love myself and they will forever hold a special place in my heart ❤ As for my biases, it would most likely be RM (Namjoon) and Jin (Seokjin) but they are all so sweet and adorable I’m unable to choose between them lol

A huge thanks to Beaucoupbooks for creating this awesome tag! Please check out her page, it’s amazing!

The Rules

  1. Tag/pingback @beaucoupbooks in your post so I can see!
  2. Feel free to use the graphics on Jess’s page.
  3. Tag at least one other person to do this tag but really, you don’t need to be tagged to do this post, anyone can.

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My love for books started with Harry Potter by J.K Rowling. Ever since the movies came out, I wanted to know what the hype around this series was so I picked up the first book, then the second and before you know it, I was not only Potterhead but also a book lover.


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Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi – If you have not read this book . . . THEN READ THIS BOOK. OMG. Everything about the world, the African culture, the characters and the plot was just brilliantly crafted. So fast paced and addicting! Plus – the author is also a fellow ARMY like me hahaha


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Edward Cullen  – HMM I think some people might disagree with me on this. Plz don’t hurt me!! However, I have to say that my reading taste has changed from 10 years ago. When I initially picked up this book I did fall into the Twilight craze but now when I look back on it, my feelings towards the characters are quite impassive, especially the relationship between Edward and Bella. I find it to be quite unhealthy due to his possessiveness.


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A Darker Shade of Magic by V.E Schwab – I absolutely devoured this series and it was so hard for me to part from it since I was attached to the characters. However, I do know the author is working on the Threads of Power series which is set in the same world as this one so it’s comforting to know we are getting more books! 🙂


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Levi in Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell – What’s not to love about Levi? He’s so sweet and adorable. I love his relationship with the main character since she does remind me of my self. I don’t usually pick up contemporary reads but I really loved this one!


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Ella Enchanted by Gail Carson Levine – The books that Gail Carson Levine wrote were one of my top book crazes back in day. I loved the spin she took on classic fairy tales and the pre-teen me absolutely loved them. Definitely makes me nostalgic about my middle school years hehe


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The Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer – I would read anything by Marissa Meyer and it would instantly make me feel better lol I think it’s safe to say that she is one of my favorite authors of all time! I started this series during a difficult period in my life and it gave me the escape I needed and most importantly: hope that things will get better in the future. And this pretty much mirrors the reasons why I love BTS as well 🙂


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An Ember in the Ashes by Sabaa Tahir – Another series which I am completely in love with. Am I the only one who loves the cover change? I finally got to see someone who looks like me on the cover! AHHHHH!!! That’s so cool!!! And this was a novel which taught me that I am capable and stronger than what I give myself credit for and I highly recommend it!

 

Thank you all for reading! I would definitely like to open this tag to anyone who wishes to do it! Keep spreading the bookish and BTS love!! I purple you!

And for all my fellow ARMYs out there, let me know your bias and favorite songs! ❤

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Until next time, keep reading and I will see you all soon with another Bookish post!

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The Blogger Aesthetic Award

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Hello everyone!! I have been in artistic mood lately so I thought it would be a perfect time to create this post. I wasn’t tagged by anyone to do this but I saw this award at ChicNerdReads and I absolutely loved it! This is a great way for me to learn more about my fellow bloggers!

The Blogger Aesthetic Award was created by Liam @ Hey Ashers!

The Rules:

  • Collect any number of images that you feel represent you as a person—your personality, aspirations, favorite things, anything at all that makes you you.
  • Put your chosen images together into a collage of whatever size and shape you find pleasing.
  • Share your masterpiece with everyone, in all the places.
  • Maybe nominate other bloggers as a way to tell them, “Hey, you, I think you’re awesome, and we should celebrate that awesomeness.”
  • Share these rules (and maybe the below tips, if you’re feeling helpful).

Tips:

My Aesthetic:

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I TAG 

Megnificentbooks

Sydney @ Sydneysshelves

Teacher of YA

LitThis

Elizabeth @ Itsmisselizabeth

Sam @ River-Moose Reads

Lindsey @ Paradisbooks

And anyone else who would like to do it! Have fun everyone!  🙂

~Ash