I have read a few Cecelia Ahern books: P.S. I Love You, How to Fall in Love, If You Could See Me Now, and Flawed. While I enjoyed each of them, my favourite remains to be the first book of hers that I read: Where Rainbows End—or, for those of you who live in the U.S., Love, Rosie. The story follows the… Continue reading Where Rainbows End by Cecelia Ahern – a review by Luke
It’s rare to be continually blown away by the quality of writing of an author. From the moment I met my first Morton book, I have been a big fan. It’s been a while since I read The Distant Hours and then devoured every other one of her books. The Secret Keeper, in keeping with… Continue reading The Secret Keeper by Kate Morton – a review by Melissa
When I started to read M/M (Male/Male) Romances—well, the kind with more mature content—I remember that whenever I reached a certain type of scene, my eyes would widen, my mouth would gape open, and my cheeks would burn so hot, it was almost like I'd eaten spicy food that I couldn't tolerate well. Or some… Continue reading Moment of Fate by Karen Stivali – a review by Luke
Rereading favourite books can bring pleasure. But when there's an element of tragedy in said book, it's exquisite torture. After devouring the last book in the A Court of Thorns and Roses series (which I adored) and the two newest Jennifer L. Armentrout books in quick succession (Fire in You and The Struggle), I was in need… Continue reading The Time Traveler’s Wife by Audrey Niffenegger – a review by Melissa
The Throne of Glass series entered my life last year, and it introduced me to one of my favourite authors right now, Sarah J. Maas. Before it, I wasn't the biggest fan of high fantasy and just stuck to urban fantasy. What inspired me to check this series out was because fellow people on this group for… Continue reading The Assassin’s Blade by Sarah J. Maas – a review
I don’t think it’s a surprise to find out that I turn to Austen when I need comfort, or that I reread Pride and Prejudice every year. So I have, once again, read the masterpiece. There has never been another book that I have loved so much, read so many times or could read again… Continue reading Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen – a review by Melissa
In anticipation of A Court of Wings and Ruin, I decided to refresh my memory by rereading A Court of Thorns and Roses and A Court of Mist and Fury. Even though I'd read them in October last year, I found that I had already forgotten quite a bit. And like the first time I read them, I didn't… Continue reading A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas – a review of the series by Luke
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