Posted in Book Review

Series review-House of Magic

Hey people, so recently I read this series and it’s so good!!
Atleast good enough for lazy me to come out of my hiatus to post about it :D!

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Hexing the Ex

Summary-

Phoebe doesn’t believe in magic, but unfortunately magic believes in her. A mysterious statuette is sent to her boss, Archibald Kane, and she accidentally triggers a curse meant for him. Naturally, the first person she curses is her ex-boyfriend. But why would anyone want to curse her boss, a perfectly ordinary antiques dealer? Or is he?

Phoebe sets out to break the curse with the help of her new housemates. But it isn’t easy trying to solve a mystery she doesn’t even believe is real. Then again, that hellhound chasing her seemed pretty solid… Maybe there’s more to magic than hexing one’s ex.

My Views

I clicked this cause I loved the cover and now I am in love with the book too!! I t is such a beautiful book, the way the author describes each scene perfectly and how easy it is to imagine yourself in the scene and the writing style is just AWESOME! Any fan of magical books will love this!! And the way the story builds up is just surprising and fun and you can’t stop reading it once you get started! A perfect 5 star read!

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Saved by the Spell

Summary- A chance encounter with a charming stranger makes Phoebe dream of a happily-ever-after, until she learns that there’s a spell on her that makes her repulsive to men. Luckily her boss, Archibald Kane, and her new landladies are experts on magic. Only this one seems to confound them all.
Phoebe doesn’t mind the space men give her in the Tube, but her cousin’s engagement party is coming up. How is she to celebrate, if she makes half the guests nauseated? And how is she to charm the man of her dreams when she suspects he’s part of the problem?

It might take the Archmage to break the spell—if only they could find him. A spell may be needed to save them both.

My Views

A SPLENDID, PERFECT AND AN ADDICTIVE BOOK!
Plot-Splendid!!
Execution of the plot-PERFECT!
Cover-Awesome! (though I liked the cover of the first one more)
One of the best books I have ever read!!
And now I REALLY REALLY can’t wait for the next one!

About the author

Susanna Shore is a pen name of a Finnish author Anu Keinänen. She was born in 1974 in Rauma, a small historical town on the southwestern coast of Finland. She grew up with books and music, but it was her love for history that took her to Turku to study a master’s degree in history at the University of Turku. She graduated in 1999 and began to work on her PhD dissertation, which will likely never be finished due to both lack of funding and time.

Susanna has always loved stories. She wrote her first story when she could barely hold a pen—an exotic account inspired by pictures she cut out of holiday brochures—and writing remained her favourite topic throughout the school. While she was working on her PhD dissertation she began to write fiction in earnest. She chose to write in English instead of her native Finnish in order to learn to express herself well with it. At first, she wrote for her own enjoyment, but in 2012 she discovered Amazon’s Kindle Direct Publishing and the opportunities self-publishing offered. Selecting a pen name Susanna Shore, a combination of one of her given names and a translation of her grandmother’s maiden name, she published her first book, The Wolf’s Call, in June 2012.

Since publishing her first book, Susanna has been busy writing full time. She has published one to three books a year, over twenty books to date. She writes Two-Natured London paranormal romance series, P.I. Tracy Hayes series of funny mysteries, standalone romances and thrillers. On top of that she writes whatever else happens to take her fancy, an occasional short story included. You can read those for free on her website.

Susanna still lives in Turku with her husband of over twenty years. They don’t have the compulsory writer’s cat. Instead, they have a small sailing boat that carries them to nautical adventures every summer.

Author Links- Website | Instagram | Facebook | Twitter
Book Links
Hexing the ex- AMAZON | Goodreads
Saved by the spell- Amazon | Goodreads

Well that’s it for today, I hope you all check out the series!
Also I recently made a bookstagram (@thefaletusiicanqueen) do check it out if you wanna!
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Posted in Author Interviews

Author Interview with Eric Carter

Hello everyone, I am aware I have been on an unannounced hiatus, but to be honest I needed a break from everything, even reading, but moving on, today I’m interviewing the author Eric Carter, whose wrote a marvelous book Innate, you can check it out here, and my review of it here.

I hope you all read it!
Thank you sir for doing this!

Who was your inspiration for the character of Chance?

I have had Epilepsy my entire life. To encourage young epileptics, doctors and caretakers are quick to point out extraordinary people with epilepsy. Because of that, I had always wondered if I somehow perceive the world differently because of my epilepsy. I thought it would be really interesting to take that concept to an extreme level, to a place where the actual disorder is a superpower. So, I wouldn’t say that Chance is me by any means, but the concepts explored in the book certainly flow out of my experience and thought process. 

What was your experience while writing this book? Did it change your perception of authors?

Writing has always been enjoyable for me. Writing my first novel was a big task, but I loved every moment of it. I don’t think it changed my perception of authors as much as it amplified what I already thought to be true. One, writing a novel is difficult, and it takes a lot of dedication. Two, you could write the same novel forever unless you make yourself stop. Editing could go on and on and on, but at some point, you have to publish. Those two things really sunk in when going through this process. 

What inspired you to write this book?

I don’t see many, if any, epileptic heroes. I don’t see many disabilities framed as abilities. And, I don’t see a lot of first person present (especially in young adult books). Accordingly, I wanted to explore all three of those concepts. 

Which character is the least like you?

I hope I’m least like Scab, General Palmer, and Dr. Jacobs, but I imagine there’s a little bit of me in every character. That’s generally the way it works if we’re writing honestly.

What can we look forward to in it’s sequel?

More characters, more settings, more adventures, and a much much bigger Unseen than we were introduced to in the first book.

I hope you all check out his book, thank you once again sir for doing this!!
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Posted in Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday- Reasons Why I Love Reading

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme that was created by The Broke and the Bookish and is now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.
You can check out the topics here.

This week’s topic is “Reasons Why I Love Reading”.

Disclaimer- A huge rant ahead (ok not so huge but still it was really huge in my mind).

SO I JUST ASKED MYSELF WHY DO I LOVE READING?
And then I came up with some passible answers………….

#10

·̩̩̥͙**•̩̩͙✩•̩̩͙*˚Imagination and improve our writing skills ˚*•̩̩͙✩•̩̩͙*˚*·̩̩̥͙

So I was stuck and I thought I would add this too.
Books broaden our imagination and improve our writing skills (the reason why so many authors are voracious readers and why most readers wish to be an author).

#9

·̩̩̥͙**•̩̩͙✩•̩̩͙*˚They improve our vocabulary and increase our hold on grammar˚*•̩̩͙✩•̩̩͙*˚*·̩̩̥͙


So yeah this isn’t a huge thing I wish to accomplish as my English is perfectly fine (when I want it to be or when I am not ranting) but I have realized that the reason it’s fine is because I read so much.
And my teachers do encourage us to read to increase our vocabulary, but my mom says read less books (the confusion people who do I listen too? (and my mom herself reads a lot talk about hypocrisy people😑🙄)).

#8

·̩̩̥͙**•̩̩͙✩•̩̩͙*˚ We learn more about life ˚*•̩̩͙✩•̩̩͙*˚*·̩̩̥͙

We face reality through books we go through so much crisis, pain, we get hurt because we are betrayed and if the author is super good then we are the character itself so we face the world as them in their super messed up lives. We learn life and how to live it through books (literally the self help books exist so yeah).

#7

·̩̩̥͙**•̩̩͙✩•̩̩͙*˚They influence you˚*•̩̩͙✩•̩̩͙*˚*·̩̩̥͙


The books influence our daily lives they way we act and there are some life changing things in books that inspire us to be better and the quotes leave a deep impact in us.
Some anecdotes teach us reality and change our perspective.
Books make us believe in ourselves. And then comes Dumbledore, come on even though I hate him so much I can’t deny that his quotes haven’t inspired me and the words of truth that soooooooooooooooooooooooooooo many characters utter are legendary.

#6

·̩̩̥͙**•̩̩͙✩•̩̩͙*˚Stress relievers˚*•̩̩͙✩•̩̩͙*˚*·̩̩̥͙


Um yeah books are good stress relievers because of them we explore so many things when reading we realize that we can be just as strong as the heroes in books and while reading we achieve numerous goals achieve submits imagining ourselves as the character that we don’t remember our world we forget our problems and are happier. *While writing this purposely does not mention the pain we face after a character dies*.

#5

·̩̩̥͙**•̩̩͙✩•̩̩͙*˚We make friends˚*•̩̩͙✩•̩̩͙*˚*·̩̩̥͙


Books are our friends who don’t desert us (though the mean authors kill characters).
And through books we meet more bookworms, readers, people exactly like us with the same mental disorder, people whom we can relate too, people who realize the stupidity of our world and really deeply get us…….

#4

·̩̩̥͙**•̩̩͙✩•̩̩͙*˚You live more than one life˚*•̩̩͙✩•̩̩͙*˚*·̩̩̥͙


As George R R Martin said a reader lives a thousand lives, so yeah we experience many lives many POVs. We readers suffer cancer, are demigods and we fight Voldemort. We live the lives of so many people that I could fill a book writing their names so moving on.

#3

·̩̩̥͙**•̩̩͙✩•̩̩͙*˚A break from reality˚*•̩̩͙✩•̩̩͙*˚*·̩̩̥͙


I mean truth to be told our world is horrid and there are real people like Umbridge so we need people like Peeves and The Weasley Twins to save us from them. These bookish world’s they aren’t life, they are better than it because life is a cold shower on a chilly morning….
And we need a break from it, like ALL THE TIME and books give us that.

#2

·̩̩̥͙**•̩̩͙✩•̩̩͙*˚We learn a lot˚*•̩̩͙✩•̩̩͙*˚*·̩̩̥͙


We learn so many things, different facts, values, how to get ourselves out of sticky situations and what to do if your teacher hides Voldemort at the back of his turban (what it could happen you never know).

#1

·̩̩̥͙**•̩̩͙✩•̩̩͙*˚We do things we would never do in real life˚*•̩̩͙✩•̩̩͙*˚*·̩̩̥͙


I mean lets get real, we won’t possibly get a chance to kiss the boy whom we like when the world is falling apart, or no one will jump down into Tartarus with us.
Books give us a chance to fly, travel even when we are stuck in our homes.

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To All the Fictional Characters out there | Bookworm is not an insult | A reader

Why do you all love reading?
Could you relate to any of these points?
Lemme know in the comments!
Stay safe!
Keep reading!!!
(PS I have a few bookish poems on my main site do check them out!)

Posted in Monthly Wrap Up

June Wrap Up

June was bleh!
Exams!
Plus point only one easy is left yay!!!
I read okayish since school started so couldn’t read a lot cause once again exams, totally hate them!

Books I read this Month

  1. The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole, Aged 13 3/4
  2. Kyle’s Little Sister
  3. Hazard in the Horoscope
  4. Cici’s Journal
  5. True Confessions of Adrian Albert Mole, Margaret Hilda Roberts and Susan Lilian Townsend
  6. Divergent
  7. Malgudi Days
  8. Haelend’s Ballad
  9. A RomaJuilette Christmas Special
  10. Insurgent
  11. Muskets and Minuets
  12. The growing pains of Adrian Mole
  13. True Confessions of Adrian Mole
  14. The Queen and I
  15. Diana Princess of Amazons
  16. Princess Academy
  17. By the light of Fireflies
  18. Dork Diaries #1
  19. Dork Diaries #2
  20. Icarus
  21. Norse Mythology
  22. Little Kid Big City: New York
  23. Pashmina
  24. Witching Moon
  25. The Art of Running Away (read it two times cause it was super awesome!)
  26. A chance in the world
  27. The fun they had
  28. The Lost child
  29. These Violent delights
  30. Jane Austen Investigates
  31. The Math Kids
  32. Cold Brew Corpse
  33. The Misadventures of an amateur Naturalist
  34. Not my Ruckus
  35. Wednesday Wilson Gets Down to Business

And yeah that’s it……..

Posts this Month

Posts on Soaring Firebolt

Yeah I had a crappy month…..
Really horrible……
So much studies……
*sighs defeatedly*

Well how was your month?
Lemme know in the comments!

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(Goes to upload a new sign off in case you all didn’t notice I make a new one for every month heheh, then stupidly realises she hasn’t made it so goes to canva…….)

Posted in Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday- Most Anticipated Releases of the Second Half of 2021

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme that was created by The Broke and the Bookish and is now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.
You can check out the topics here.

This week’s topic is “Most Anticipated Releases of the Second Half of 2021”.
Well this is gonna be hard, because tbh I’m really just waiting for 3 specific books which will come out this year🤪.

  1. Margot Mertz Takes It Down
  2. The Hidden Knife
  3. The Burglar’s Ball
  4. Sunny Makes a Splash
  5. Friends Forever
  6. Under the Whispering Door
  7. Cici’s Journal: Lost and Found
  8. As Good as Dead
  9. Daughter of the Deep
  10. Our Violent Ends

That’s it I guess, I was waiting for KOTLC book 9 since last November but then Shannon Messenger announced it’s been delayed cause she had a baby 😐
(If she names him Keefe I might forgive her for making us wait one more year, notice the might)

And Our violent ends, ugh the cliffhanger of these violent delights was sooo good, I really can’t wait, and if The Daughter of Deep if kinda a duh, I mean it’s Rick Riordan people same goes for Holly Jackson 😀 .

What are your most anticipated releases of the second half of 2021, do let me know in the comments!!

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Posted in Book Review

Book Review-Cici’s Journal

Summary

Cici dreams of being a novelist. Her favorite subject: people, especially adults. She’s been watching them and taking notes. Everybody has one special secret, Cici figures, and if you want to write about people, you need to understand what’s hiding inside them. But now she’s discovered something truly strange: an old man who disappears into the forest every Sunday with huge pots of paint in all sorts of colors. What is he up to? Why does he look so sad when he comes back?

In a graphic novel interwoven with journal notes, scrapbook pieces, and doodles, Cici assembles clues about the odd and wonderful people she’s uncovered, even as she struggles to understand the mundane: her family and friends.

My views

WOW The illustrations are gorgeous, and the journal is beautifully put together, this has been by far the best comic I have ever read!!!

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Basically it follows young Cici, a young detective who wishes to be an author when she grows up through two mysteries. One about a zoo and the other about forgotten letters, read on to find more!!! Thank you First Second Books and Netgalley for an advanced reader copy! I wish the author luck for more books in this series!!

My rating 5 out of 5 stars

Book links

Amazon | Goodreads

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Have you all read this book?
Are you planning to read it?
Do let me know in the comments!
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Book Review- The Jane Austen Investigates- The Abbey Mystery

THE COVER IS AWESOME!!!!! LOVE IT (As most of you already know I am obsessed with books with pretty covers heheh)

Summary

Jane Austen turns detective in Julia Golding’s exciting new historical mystery series! Perfect for fans of Nancy Drew, Enola Holmes and Sally Lockhart.

1789. A young Jane Austen turns detective as she seeks to solve the mysterious happenings at Southmoor Abbey. When a carriage accident forces a change of plans, 13-year-old Jane is sent to be a companion to Lady Cromwell for a week as the household prepares to celebrate the eldest son’s coming-of-age party. While there, Jane vows to solve the mystery of the ghostly monk in the Abbey grounds – for she does not believe in such stories! 

But this is not the only strange occurrence for adventurous young Jane to investigate. There are spooky night-time investigations, an Indian girl with secret talents, a library fire, two prize horses in danger, and friends to save from false accusations.  

With notebook in hand and faithful dog Grandison by her side, will Jane overcome the obstacles to finding the truth? 

My Views

YASSS
This book was like a Nancy Drew book (I love those and this was exactly like it so safe to say I loved it) except set 200 years before, the way the mystery was described and the story develops is awesome, and I love the way young Jane writes (especially her c letter to her sister and the d letter to deepti, it was so interesting!).

This book was perfect in a way, it was fast paces, though I wish it had been a bit slower and we could have gotten to know more about Jane’s family.

All in all, it was a fun read, I hope there are more books in this series, it’s an awesome one! (Though I really wish there was a ghost)

My rating 4.5 out of 5

About the Author

Julia Golding

Julia Golding is a multi-award winning writer for adults and young adults. She also writes under the pen names of Joss Stirling and Eve Edwards.

In 2019 she was writer-in-residence at the Royal Institution, the home of science. She can be found taking an early nineteenth century perspective on modern life in her Jane Austen podcast ‘What Would Jane Do?’. 

She is also a screenwriter, working on a number of feature and TV series concepts, featuring strong female leads.

Former British diplomat and Oxfam policy adviser, she has now published over fifty books in genres ranging from historical adventure to fantasy. Read carefully and you’ll spot all sorts of material from her diplomatic and Oxfam careers popping up in unexpected places. She has a doctorate in English literature from Oxford.

Goodreads | Website

Book links

Amazon | Goodreads

This most certainly was an interesting book, have you read it?
Are you planning to read it?
Let me know in the comments!
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Posted in Book Tag

Book Tag- Mid Year Book Freak Out Tag

OMG I can’t believe half the year has already gone, I have been reading a bit but not too much, I need to gear up😭😭😭😭

Best book you’ve read so far in 2021.

Best sequel you’ve read so far in 2021

Good Girl, Bad Blood Duh, this was so awesome, but kinda depressing in the end, like really depressing, I can’t wait for it’s sequel!! My review

Good Girl, Bad Blood (A Good Girl's Guide to Murder, #2)

New release you haven’t read yet, but want to.

Well there isn’t the release yet, but I am waiting to read it quite a few books which are coming up in the next few months!

Most anticipated release for the second half of the year.

Ahh yesssss, there are sooo many of them!!
But obviously even though I read tons of awesome books and am waiting for their sequels obviously Uncle Rick wins, I can’t wait for daughter of the deep!

Daughter of the Deep

Biggest disappointment.

DONT EVEN GET ME STARTED
THE INVISIBLE LIFE OF ADDIE LARUE
LIKE I WAS seriously sooo excited to read it, but it disappointed me sooo bad, same with cindrella is dead but I had really high expectations for this book, the writing style was good, but the story was so FREAKING BORING……… The only great thing about this book has to be Luc……..

The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue

Favourite new author. (Debut or new to you)

Oof, there are so many, but I’d have to say Nidhi Chanani, Eric Carter, Sabrina Kleckner, K. E. Bonner and Jenni L. Walsh (and so many more)(and yes IK that’s a lot but I seriously CANNOT pick just one).

Newest fictional crush.

Uhhhh Rafal in The school for good and evil heheh.
OR Augustus Waters😳.

Newest favourite character.

Sophie in the school for good and evil, I just love Sophie’s evilness, but Merlin is a pretty good character too.

Book that made you cry.

THE FAULT IN OUR STARSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS
😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭

The Fault in Our Stars by John Green

Book that made you happy.

ICKABOG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
ICKABOG!!!!!!!!
ICKABOG!!!!!!!!!!!
ICKABOG!!!!!!!!!

The Ickabog

Most beautiful book you’ve bought so far this year (or received)

HOBBIT!!! (along with the rest of series)
ITS SO AWESOME

What books do you need to read by the end of the year?

I’ll just show copy paste my very rough TBR (also it mostly contains the names of author whose books i have to read) and I have to finish my goodreads TBR too heheh

  1. Victoria Aveyard
  2. 20000 leagues under the sea
  3. Malgudi days
  4. Nidhi Chanini
  5. Rainbow Rowell
  6. Around the world in 80 days
  7. Twilight
  8. Emily Dickinson
  9. Louisa May Alcott
  10. A little princess
  11. Curse so dark and lonely
  12. Chloe gong
  13. An ember in the ashes
  14. Merrisa Meyer
  15. Maze runner
  16. Inkheart trilogy
  17. Pages and co
  18. One of us is lying
  19. Miss Peregrine’s home for peculiar children
  20. chronicles of Narnia
  21. The song of achilles
  22. The poppy war
  23. The book thief
  24. For whom the bell tolls
  25. Roshni Chokshi
  26. lord of the rings
  27. Lunar chronicles
  28. Cassandra Clare
  29. Anne of green gables
  30. Sky fall
  31. Veronica Roth
  32. Chris Colfer
  33. Leigh Bardugo
  34. Holly Black
  35. You should see me in a crown
  36. Shannon hale

Yeah that’s it I guess!
Thanks for reading, and I really am freaking out, I have read soo many random books instead of reading the ones on my TBR😭😭😭😭😭

How many books do you have on your TBR 🙂 ?
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Posted in Book Review

Book Review- A chance in the world

Summary

Taken from his mother at age three, Steve Klakowicz lives in the clutches of a cruel foster family. He finds his only refuge in a box of books given to him by a kind stranger, books that take him to new worlds he can only imagine. He begins to hope that one day he might have a different life. As he grows, Steve is determined to unravel the mystery of his origins and find his birth family.
A light-skinned boy with blue eyes, a curly Afro, and a Polish last name, he embarks on an extraordinary quest for his identity, armed with only one clue. Yet nothing is as it appears.

In this inspiring and harrowing memoir, A Chance in the World teaches children to begin each day with hope that there is goodness in the world, and it is possible to be a beacon of light for others that they can overcome challenging circumstances that everyone comes from different backgrounds and has value to apply Steve’s inspirational message to their own lives, through age-appropriate discussion questions

This new youth adaption, written for 8 to 12 year-olds, shares Steve’s journey with sensitivity, honesty, and hope. Adapted from the USA Today bestselling memoir, A Chance in the World.

My Views

First of all I sincerely hope that no one has to go through what the main character Steve went through and if someone does then please do contact the concerned authorities :).
This book highlights the life of an orphan who was abused by his foster family. It showed the way he never lost hope and threw light on emotional and physical abuse, how just some words can hurt and break you, and some words can build you into who you are.
Its touching how the protagonist finds sanctuary in books and how they inspire him.
The main part definitely has to be how Robinsons’ fooled all the social workers and how the ones who knew were afraid to speak up, and that has to change.
I’m glad that the author was finally able to come out an tell the truth and inform his social workers, and that he found his family!
I love how in the end Steve choose to help others like him!
And the questions at the end of each chapter are relatable and nice!
It’s a must read for all people! 🙂

My reading 5 out of 5!

Author Site


Book Links

Amazon
Goodreads

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Book Review- The Art of Running Away

Summary

Twelve-year-old Maisie is an artist. When she’s in front of her sketchbook or apprenticing at Glenna’s Portraits, the family-run art shop her grandmother started, the world makes sense. She doesn’t think about Calum, her brother who mysteriously left home and cut ties with her family six years ago, or her parents’ insistence that she “broaden her horizons” and try something new—something that isn’t art.

But when Glenna’s Portraits falls on hard times, Maisie’s plan to take over the shop when she’s older and become a lifelong artist starts to crumble. In desperation to make things right, Maisie runs away to London to reconnect with her adult brother, hoping he might be the key to saving the shop. But as Maisie learns about her family’s past from Calum, she starts to rethink everything she’s ever known. Maisie must decide not only if saving her family’s art shop is worth it, but if she can forgive her parents for the mistakes they’ve made.

My Views

Oh wow, just wow, words aren’t enough to describe this book!!!
This was such a beautiful book, it was heart wrenching the way Masie bonds with her long lost brother and how she made an emotionless person cry.
The emotion and the humor were in perfect proportion, the parrot incident was quite funny xD.
This book throws light on LGBTQIA community and the problems they face and is a perfect read in pride month!
Glad that Glenna’s was saved!!
I really hope this book has a sequel and congratulations to the author for writing such a touching book!!
This book is now one of my favorites!!

My rating 5 out 5 (really wanna give it more)

About the author

Sabrina Kleckner

Sabrina Kleckner is the author of THE ART OF RUNNING AWAY, a middle grade contemporary novel about family and identity. She began writing at the age of twelve, and is grateful to not be debuting with the angsty assassin book she toiled over in her teens. When she is not writing, she can be found teaching ESL or gushing about her three cats to anyone who will listen.

Author Website

Book Links

GoodReads

Publisher Website

Amazon

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Hope you all read it cause seriously it was super awesome you HAVE to read it 😀

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