Review: The Ten Thousand Doors of January by Alix E. Harrow | stunning in every possible way

The Ten Thousand Doors of January by Alix E. Harrow “I hope you will find the cracks in the world and wedge them wider, so the light of other suns shines through; I hope you will keep the world unruly, messy, full of strange magics; I hope you will run through every open Door and …

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Recently Read Books | spaceships, speakeasies, and more

It's been a while since I've done one of these! Today I'm giving mini-reviews of five books that I've read (sort of) recently. All of these are YA, but we've got genres and ratings all over the place. Let's get into these reviews! Crier's War by Nina Varela “Justice was a god, and Ayla didn’t …

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Blog Tour Review: Tweet Cute by Emma Lord | the cheesiest (and cutest) love story ever

Tweet Cute by Emma Lord “Sometimes it feels as if I've been interacting with everyone here from behind some kind of veil - as though I'm allowed to be here, but not engage. To look, but not touch.” Published Jan. 21, 2020 by Wednesday Books 368 pages Genre: YA contemporary Date finished: Jan. 8, 2020 …

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Backlist recommendations: books from 2000-2009

Recently, with the end of the 2010s, everyone has been talking about all of the best things from the past decade. Which is completely understandable. But today, I'm looking even further back. The aughts, a term that I think is massively underused, ran from 2000-2009. Even though my age ranged from toddler to pre-teen during …

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