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Salt to the Sea by Ruta Sepetys

September 20, 2019

The year is 1945 and a group of miserable souls are heading the same way – far away from war. One by one, their secrets and backgrounds are revealed but they can’t afford to become attached. When Hitler gives permission to evacuate, it seems like all of Germany is running towards the same harbour. The group must stick together and trust each-other, if they areย everย going to reach a land of peace.

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Skyward by Brandon Sanderson

June 7, 2019

Spensa’s dream of being a pilot is coming true – despite being the daughter of a pilot who was branded a coward for deserting battle. Her father’s reputation has stained her whole life but Spensa refuses to accept what she believes is a cover up. Next to flight lessons, rat hunting and repairing an unknown space ship with a terrible AI, Spensa begins to dig deeper into her father’s past. She doesn’t just find what she’s looking for but also secrets about herself and her ancestors that could change everything for Spensa and her planet.

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The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid

May 3, 2019

One of the most popular books of 2018 and now I understand why. This is one hell of an oldschool Hollywood-esque ride with lots of ups and downs. It’s so vividly described and narrated that throughout the story, I was picking out which actors should be included in the movie adaption. Please let there be a movie adaption soon! Check out my review to understand why I fell for these wicked characters so very hard.

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8.5 Fantasy LGBQT paranormal Reviews YA

Beneath the Sugar Sky by Seanan McGuire

February 8, 2019

The third book in the popular Wayward Children series take us on a sugary adventure through Confection – a world of complete nonsense. Here, everything is edible – from the soda oceans to the candy roads. However, just because everything is made of sugar doesn’t mean this world can’t host darkness and when events in the real world shakes the logic of Confection, a cold-hearted enemy returns.

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To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han

January 25, 2019

Lara Jean’s life is good. She loves her family and friends.. well, friend Chris. Her only struggle seems to be boys – but she’s got that figured out too. Whenever she’s crushing on a boy, she writes him a love letter, put it in her hatbox and that’s it. Closure. Until someone post all her love letters and Lara Jean has to deal with the consequence of crushes from all the way back to middle school.

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