The best poetry book I’ve read so far, I liked the messages in this one so much better than the last two I’ve read. This was still written in a way that I have trouble considering “poetry” but I did really like the messages inside.
I feel pretty similarly about this book as I do about The Princess Saves Herself in This One. It was fine. I do think that this was more poetic than the previous book mentioned, but I think it could have been better.
I don’t know if I just can’t relate to a lot of the topics covered, but again nothing really resonated with me unfortunately.
Okay, I don’t have too much to say about this. I liked it, but it wasn’t really poetry in my opinion. I know that poetry could really be anything, but it seemed like the author thought that just separating words in cool ways could be considered “poetry” which might be true, but it’s not good. .
Some messages were nice to read, but honestly this book was just sentences spaced out a lot. Nothing really special hit me here.
Well, I picked this book up on a whim this morning and may have accidentally read the entire thing.
I can't really explain why, but I couldn't stop?? It is over 400 pages, and a contemporary, but at no point could I put this down.
I don't really know how to describe it, because honestly I wasn't expecting something this special. I was worried that I wouldn't enjoy this that much because I just finished a 5 star book, and I didn't know if this would live up to that. Oh ho
I’m shook. There is no other way to properly describe how blown away I am by this book. I think I forgot what a good YA fantasy was and now I’ve found the peak of them. I have kind of been leaning away from fantasy lately because sometimes it feels a bit repetitive or the books are really long, but this, this was perfect.
I don’t even know how to begin to describe how much I loved this book. Like everything was amazing, from the characters, to the pacing, the political intr
Well... I have officially read a book over 1,000 pages. That’s a start. As you can probably imagine, it’s hard to start a review about a book that long, simply because so much happened.
I guess I’ll start off by saying that throughout the story, you can tell that there is a larger force working behind the scenes, and the mystery of that alone is something that got me to keep reading. Of course the rest of the book was great as well, but that underlying need to know helped
Thank you to NetGalley for providing me with an e-arc of this book! Overall I found this book to be addicting and to hold a very important message. While it was definitely predictable and the characters (to me) were a bit flat, the engaging plot, and the writing really stood out to me. The dialogue of the story sometimes felt a bit unnatural, but some of the writing was really amazing. The message of this story is a very powerful one for people who haven't already been expo