• Evermore Book Tag

    Hello! If you haven’t heard, Taylor Swift came out with a new album called Evermore recently and it is amazing! (Dare I say better than Folklore?) So, when I saw Star is All Booked create an Evermore Book Tag, I knew I had to do it. Make sure you check out the original here! Willow: A character you would follow anywhere Holden Caufield from The Catcher in the Rye. I absolutely loved his character and the journey he takes in the novel, and honestly, I’d just want to protect him, he deserves to have a good friendship with someone he can trust. Champagne Problems: Dual POV Since this song is…

  • All the Books of 2019

    In 2019, I read 40 books. Of these books, I gave 13 of them 5/5 stars, 11 of them 4/5 stars, 13 3/5 stars, and 2 books received a rating of 2/5 stars. Overall, my average rating was 3.8/5 stars. The author I read the most books from was Shaun David Hutchinson, having read nine of his books. Overall, I read books from twenty-seven different authors, 24 of which I have never read from before. The majority of the books I read were released in 2018. Only three of the books I read were actually released in 2019. For genres, I read thirteen contemporary/speculative fiction, nine literary/classics, eight nonfiction, three…

  • At The Edge of The Universe by Shaun David Hutchinson

    This is a spoiler free review of At The Edge of The Universe by Shaun David Hutchinson, a standalone realistic fiction novel with sci-fi elements. I gave this novel 5/5 stars, and I highly enjoyed it. Plot  “Life’s truest horror is a door that slams shut that can never be opened again” At The Edge of The Universe follows seventeen year old Oswald Pinkerton after his boyfriend Tommy Ross vanished. But Tommy didn’t just vanish, he disappeared from history and Ozzie is the only person who remembers that he ever existed. Now Ozzie is trying to navigate life in a world without Tommy, a world in which the universe is…

  • We Are The Ants By Shaun David Hutchinson

    This review will contain spoilers towards the end. I gave We Are The Ants by Shaun David Hutchinson 5/5 stars. This is a stand alone realistic fiction novel full of emotions, aliens, and beautifully lyrical writing. I just want to preface this review by saying that this book became my all time favorite novel (or at least tied for that) immediately after finishing it, I loved this book. Plot “We’re not words, Henry, we’re people. Words are how others define us, but we can define ourselves any way we choose”  This novel follows Henry Denton, a high school senior who, throughout his life, has been abducted by aliens multiple times.…

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