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Month: March 2017

April 2017 Releases I’m Excited For

April 2017 Releases I’m Excited For

I thought that April would be a quiet month for my bank account, but how wrong was I? With all of these amazing releases coming out this month, I don’t think I’ve ever been so grateful for my student finance…

Disclaimer: all of the release dates that are shown here are the official UK release dates taken off Amazon.co.uk

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Fairy Loot Unboxing March 2017

Fairy Loot Unboxing March 2017

This time last year, Fairy Loot‘s first ever box was sent out. How crazy is that? I remember hearing all of the hype for the March 2016 box. Everyone was saying how amazing it was and it was a box that ‘you just HAVE to get’. Unfortunately, I couldn’t afford it at the time. But now… This is my fourth box off Fairy Loot and I am so glad that I subscribed! Better late than never right?

Anyway, let’s get into the unboxing. This month’s theme was ‘Myths and Monsters’

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Goodbye Days by Jeff Zentner

Goodbye Days by Jeff Zentner

After first reading the blurb for Goodbye Days, I was happy that an author was finally going to write about the dangers of texting and driving. It’s such a dangerous thing to do and so many people die because of it. So to have a young adult book address this is amazing.

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Letters to the Lost by Brigid Kemmerer

Letters to the Lost by Brigid Kemmerer

I cried. I actually cried at this book. This is going to sound really cheesy, but this spoke to me on so many levels… Letters to the Lost is about confronting your own demons, about facing loss, dealing with family problems, friendship, and love. It is a beautiful young adult contemporary that deals with so many issues.

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A Traitor in the Family by Nicholas Searle 

A Traitor in the Family by Nicholas Searle 

Nicholas Searle is the author of the bestselling book, Good Liar.  I’ll admit that I’ve never actually read it, but Good Liar sounds amazing and I would love to read it in the future. However, I cannot say the same for A Traitor in the Family… it was slightly disappointing. 

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