Tag: YA contemporary

Mini Reviews: ‘I Was Born For This’ and ‘A Quiet Kind of Thunder’

Mini Reviews: ‘I Was Born For This’ and ‘A Quiet Kind of Thunder’

It has literally been so long since I’ve posted any reviews, and I am so behind! I’ve been really struggling to find motivation to write reviews recently though, so I’ve decided to try mixing up my format a bit to see if it makes it easier and more fun to write them. I’m still going to be doing two mini-reviews in each post, but I’m going to be using subtitles to try and make sure they actually stay mini-reviews, instead of turning into my usual lengthy rambles! Anyway, today I’m reviewing two contemporaries I read recently, both by authors whose… Read more »

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Mini Reviews: ‘Once and For All’ And ‘Eliza and Her Monsters’

Mini Reviews: ‘Once and For All’ And ‘Eliza and Her Monsters’

I’ve been reading even more contemporary YA fiction recently, and have been really enjoying it. I read one of the few Sarah Dessen books I hadn’t yet read, Once and For All, and unsurprisingly I loved it. I also read Eliza and Her Monsters by Francesca Zappia, which I had heard so many good things about. Thankfully it lived up to my high expectations! Check out my reviews below: Once and For All by Sarah Dessen Louna works for her mother’s crazy wedding planning business, and has seen literally every disaster that can possibly befall a wedding, and so it’s… Read more »

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