Review—27 Hours by Tristina Wright {+Giveaway!}

I’m so excited to be working with Chapter by Chapter on the blog tour for Tristina Wright’s 27 HOURS! See below for information about the book and author, my review, and for the giveaway! Continue reading

Review—Malala’s Magic Pencil by Malala Yousafzai, Kerascoët {+Giveaway!}

I’m so excited to be a part of the blog tour for Malala’s Magic Pencil! See below for information about the book and author, and for my review!

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Release Blitz—27 Hours by Tristina Wright {+Giveaway!}

I am SO HAPPY to be a part of the release-week blitz for 27 HOURS by Tristina Wright. See below for information about Tristina and her book, and to enter a giveaway! Also, be sure to come back later this month when I post my review as part of the Chapter by Chapter blog tour!

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Review—Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng

A disclaimer for this review should include the fact that I absolutely adore Celeste Ng as a person (please go check out her Twitter feed), and I loved her first novel, Everything I Never Told You so much, I taught it to my AP Literature class two years ago as their “introductory” novel. All that said, let me share why love her amazing new novel, Little Fires Everywhere.

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Review—An Unkindness of Magicians by Kat Howard [CONTAINS SPOILERS]

In the New York City of An Unkindness of Magicians, a whole Unseen World exists. In it live magicians, and of course in any society—seen or unseen—there are echelons, good people, bad people, champions, and criminals.

Fair warning, this review contains what some might consider spoilers, and I will also include here—and within the body of the review—a TW for sexual assault and abuse.

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Review—Night Shift by Debi Gliori

I’ll be honest. I was intrigued by Debi Gliori’s book Night Shift but also petrified to read and review it. See, in my family, there are certain things we don’t talk about with others, certain things we don’t admit. This is the first time I’ve talked about this publicly (or, as publicly as a book review can be).

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