[Review] Love And The Sea And Everything In Between by Brian McBride

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Disclosure: *I received a reading copy of this book from the author himself in exchange for my honest review and don’t mean to affect how I will read nor give my opinion about it. My opinion is mine and mine alone after reading the book. 

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[Review] The Wicker King by Kayla Ancrum

Yuletide season to all!

Make new memories and bring forth optimistic views in life. And have this book in your reading list. Thoughts of mine below!

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[Review] The Serpent King by Jeff Zentner

Advanced Merry Christmas to all!

Few days to go and yeah, Christmas already. How y’all gonna spend it. Well, I’m with my family during the occasion so that will be good enough, right. Also, I will be catching up with my reading radar just to minimize a little bit of my TBR. Ugh! I will definitely put this on my new year resolution (but, I’m sure that will not gonna happen since every book lover’s TBR grows LARGER, not LESSER).

Anyway, here’s my review of The Serpent King that I honestly read from the last few days of November and only writing my thoughts about it today (damn, way too long, you think). I can’t help it when life happens. Though there are more review stacks I still need to write up before this year ends. I hope I can make it.

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[Blog Tour Review] The Poet X by Elizabeth Acevedo

Hola, everyone!

I know I’ve been quite not around here on my blog as it is been a month of where school ends and everything is always on fast track. That includes my college life and in between.

Anyway, I’m part of this blog tour hosted by Karina @ Afire Pages blog with HarperCollins. So, right now, I’m going to give my review about this book that I really enjoy ’til the end. I just love it.

Don’t forget to join the giveaway below so you don’t miss owning one finished copy of the book. Do everything to gain extra chances of winning. Good luck!

The Poet X by Elizabeth Acevedo

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Disclosure: *I received an advance reading copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review and don’t mean to affect how I will read nor give my opinion about it. My opinion is mine and mine alone after reading the book. Thank you, HarperCollins for sending the book to me and to Karina @AfirePages – thank you for having me on the tour.

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[ARC Review] The Summer of Crud by Jonathan LaPoma

Hi, everyone!

Monday Great Day!

Below is my latest review of LaPoma’s book that will give you a nice thought keepsake if you really give it a try. Check the book information, read the blurb and my thoughts down, too.

The Summer of Crud by Jonathan LaPoma

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Disclosure: *I received an ARC of this book from the author in exchange for my honest review and don’t mean to affect how I will read nor give my opinion about it. My opinion is mine and mine alone after reading the book. To Mr. Jonathan, thank you for sending me one.

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Preorder Opportunity! – The Exact Opposite of Okay by Laura Steven

Ever heard of this book – The Exact Opposite of Okay by Laura Steven?

It is not yet released but some of you might be started it off by means of ARC or know it and just waiting to be out there. What if I tell you that Laura is cooking up for something when you preorder a copy of her book. Obviously, right above the heading, you can guess it right.

You can win a bonus chapter exclusively! Just preorder the book not later than March 8, 2018. The bonus chapter includes a bonus scene you won’t be seeing around in the book that explores how Izzy got the perfectly round bruise on her left buttcheek.

Better preorder TEOOK before the release day and get your own bonus chapter copy. Don’t forget to send the email proof of purchase to theexactoppositeofokay@gmail.com.

Preorder links below:

By the way, I also included below, too, the book information just in case this is your first time hearing the book.

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The Exact Opposite of Okay by Laura Steven

YA Contemporary

Released on March 8, 2018

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Izzy O’Neill here! Impoverished orphan, aspiring comedian and Slut Extraordinaire, if the gossip sites are anything to go by . . .

Izzy never expected to be eighteen and internationally reviled. But when explicit photos involving her, a politician’s son and a garden bench are published online, the trolls set out to take her apart. Armed with best friend Ajita and a metric ton of nachos, she tries to laugh it off – but as the daily slut-shaming intensifies, she soon learns the way the world treats teenage girls is not okay. It’s the Exact Opposite of Okay. 

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Aspiring comedian Izzy O’Neill never expected to be eighteen and internationally reviled. But when photos involving her, a politician’s son and a garden bench emerge, the trolls set out to take her apart. Armed with best friend Ajita and a metric ton of nachos, she must figure out who’s behind the vicious website – while keeping her sanity intact. 

Izzy is about to find out that the way the world treats girls is not okay. It’s the Exact Opposite of Okay.

This is a book for anyone who’s ever called themselves a feminist … and anyone who hasn’t.  

‘Funny, unapologetic and shameless in the best possible way, this is a YA heroine (and book) that you’ve never seen before’ – Louise O’Neill, award-winning author of Asking for It

‘This book will make you laugh out loud, nod in agreement, cringe with recognition, and stand up and cheer. I adored it’ – Katherine Webber, author of Wing Jones

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Laura Steven is an author, journalist, and screenwriter from the northernmost town in England. The Exact Opposite of Okay, her YA debut, will be published by Egmont in March 2018. Please check back for foreign rights announcements.

As well as mentoring aspiring authors through schemes like Writing In The Margins and Pitch Wars, Laura works for Mslexia, a non-profit organization supporting women writers. She has an MA in Creative Writing, and her TV pilot Clickbait – a mockumentary about journalists at a viral news agency – reached the final eight in British Comedy’s 2016 Sitcom Mission.

Laura is represented by Suzie Townsend at New Leaf Literary and Media Inc.

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[Blog Tour Review] What To Say Next by Julie Buxbaum

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Disclosure: I get this review copy as a blog tour participant for free in exchange for my honest review from the publisher itself. All the opinions view here are mine and mine alone only. 



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[Review] Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell

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What?! It’s Sunday already!

Nevermind, my day is just so rough. Oh! I think not so much but only average ’cause there are chores to do and I manage to have my break and that’s it.

All along, I finished reading the book, Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell. It was great and sweet. This makes me love it so much. And it’s my first book of Rainbow Rowell.

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