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Review: Fairest by Marissa Meyer

If you've been here for my other Lunar chronicles reviews, you are probably tired of listening to me complain about Queen Levana. Through Cinder, Scarlet and Cress, she was a flat character, with no redeeming qualities and affected speech reminiscent of cartoon villains. Even as the series improved, Levana managed to damper my enjoyment. Marissa… Continue reading Review: Fairest by Marissa Meyer

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Review: Winter by Marissa Meyer

Even though we had a rocky start, the Lunar Chronicles captivated me with Cress, and my interest only increased with the novella Fairest. I began to care about the story and wanted to know where things were headed, specially having some knowledge in regards to the new main couple. However, I tried not to raise… Continue reading Review: Winter by Marissa Meyer

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Review: Cress by Marissa Meyer

 Cress is most oftenly consired to be the favorite book in the Lunar Chronicles, and that perspective is what kept me optimist about it, after I was severely disappointed by Cinder and Scarlet. I am very glad I persevered, because now I understand the hype surrounding the series.  The third installment in the Lunar Chronicles… Continue reading Review: Cress by Marissa Meyer

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Review: The gentleman’s guide to vice and virtue by Mackenzie Lee

 As soon as it came out, The gentleman's guide to vice and virtue received an insame amount of glowing reviews. In about 6 months, it has gotten over 22 thousand ratings on Goodreads, sporting an average of 4.18. I completely see why it is so loved, but I went into it with extremely high expectations… Continue reading Review: The gentleman’s guide to vice and virtue by Mackenzie Lee

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Review: When Dimple met Rishi by Sandhya Menon

 Despite my recent abundance of ya contemporary romance reviews, I am not usually drawn to the genre. I was persuased to read When Dimple met Rishi up due to the hype surrounding its release and the following glowing reviews, which advertised it as an incredibly cute romance that positively portrayed Indian culture and arranged marriages.… Continue reading Review: When Dimple met Rishi by Sandhya Menon

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Review: Great expectations by Charles Dickens

 Orphaned Pip is set to be apprenticed to forgery, but as he spends time with the bitter spinster Ms. Havisham and her beautiful, though haughty, niece Estella, he finds himself craving to have far more in life. Against all odds, it seems his luck is about to change.  I don't like to assign ratings to… Continue reading Review: Great expectations by Charles Dickens

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Review: There’s someone inside your house by Stephanie Perkins

 Stephanie Perkins is famous for her contemporary books, which I never felt the desire to read, because... Talk about some gringe-inducing titles  But I digress. A few months ago she published her first mystery/thriller, There is someone inside your house, and it went exactly in the direction that someone would expect from an author of… Continue reading Review: There’s someone inside your house by Stephanie Perkins