Review: Will Grayson, Will Grayson

Will Grayson, Will GraysonWill Grayson, Will Grayson by John Green

My rating: 2 of 5 stars

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I just reread it and you know what? Still hated it. But I still have this feeling I want to reread it… AGAIN??!!?

2/5 stars.

Things that were 5 stars:
– the gayness
– the humour

Things that I hated almost as much as The Abudance of Katherines’ footnotes for that ‘quirky’ format:
– the random format of;

“me: [bla bla bla]
gideon: [reply]”


This wasn’t my fave from Green NOR Levithan. And Levithan is my fave.

I’m disappointed I’m sorry.

But I do appreciate the gayness, that was funny as heck.

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Author Interview with Sara Jade Alan


Hello, readers! Today’s blog post is super exciting, in collaboration with Entangled Teen and Chapter by Chapter, I have an exclusive chat with Sara Jade Alan, author of A Messy, Beautiful Life. If you’re in the mood for a powerful, endearing book– check it out! It’s perfect for when you want a lil cry and want to FEEL ALL THE FEELINGS. 

This post also includes a give-away and excerpt from the book 😀

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What to Read if You Love YA Contemporary

For somebody who proclaims they don’t read much of this genre; I sure to read a lot of it. Don’t get me wrong; my Read ratio is still largely dominated by YA fantasy, but I didn’t realise how many of my absolute faves were YA contemporary. This listicle includes a list of my favourite YA contemporaries, from thrillers to romance! So if you think you’re not really into YA contemporary (maybe a famous NYT Best Selling Author ruined it for you) or you’re super keen for some new recs, be ready to see, what I think, are the Top 5 contemporaries in YA fiction.

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YA Contemporaries Perfect for Spring Time

I know this may sound odd. Many of you are from the northern hemisphere, you see. on the other hand, am not. In Australia, spring has sprung, and I want to talk to you about my favourite genre to read when it starts to get hot: YA Contemporary.  Continue reading

5 of the Best Fictional Dads

You’d be surprised how hard it was to find books from my read pile that don’t have teens who are orphaned. Nonetheless, Happy Father’s Day! I doubt there’s any dad’s reading this besides my own, but I thought I’d make this seasonal post anyways 🙂 Continue reading