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Month: May 2017

June 2017 Releases I’m Excited For

June 2017 Releases I’m Excited For

June is pretty amazing when it comes to new releases. I think the books that I’m looking forward to the most are Our Dark Duet and Now I Rise. I genuinely cannot wait to get my hands on them and to just see them on my bookshelf. It’s gonna be an emotional day when they’re released 😂😭

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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Paper Butterflies by Lisa Heathfield

Paper Butterflies by Lisa Heathfield

This book has ruined my life. I think I may have read it in about two hours and not once did I get up to get a drink or change reading position. I just lay down and binge-read it. The story of Paper Butterflies will stay with me for a very very long time because of how raw, moving, shocking and emotional it is.

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Carnivalesque by Neil Jordan

Carnivalesque by Neil Jordan

I don’t even know what happened in the first half of this book. I picked up this book about three times and I ended up getting bored at around 22%. But I knew that I had to write this review, so that meant that I had to try and get through as much of this book as possible, so I started it again and forced my way through it… And finally, I finished it, and this is my verdict.

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Orbiting Jupiter by Gary D. Schmidt

Orbiting Jupiter by Gary D. Schmidt

Orbiting Jupiter is a very short book. At 183 pages, Schmidt makes every page a rollercoaster and packs as much action and feels into each chapter as he can. It’s also probably one of the most moving books that I have ever read, so make sure you’ve got some tissues next to you when you’re reading this. 

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One of Us is Lying by Karen M. McManus

One of Us is Lying by Karen M. McManus

One of Us is Lying starts off sounding like The Breakfast Club: a group of teenagers in detention and slowly, they get to know each other and become close. I was all for an adaptation of the much-loved film. What also made this book sound amazing was the thriller aspect of it and I couldn’t wait to read it.

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