ACOMAF Re-read: Sunday Funday Review

Hey there Bookwyrms! It’s Sunday which means another re-read review! If you haven’t had a chance, I recommend checking out my ACOTAR re-read review, before starting this one! As a reminder, this review is more so for people who’ve actually read the book rather than an introduction to the series in general. If that doesn’t…

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ACOTAR Re-read: Sunday Funday Review

Happy Sunday Bookwyrms! It has been quite a while since I posted a Sunday Funday review. And that’s mostly due to my weird reading slump over the past few months. But I realize that in my love for all things SJM (Sarah J Maas) I don’t think I’ve actually written a full review for any…

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Our Dark Duet

At this point, I’m not sure why I don’t have all of Victoria Schwab/V.E. Schwab’s books on my shelf. One of the things I enjoy most about her books (I’ve read Vicious & The Monsters of Verity duology* so far) is that her endings are somehow satisfying yet leave you yearning for more. They also might crush your soul but we need more endings like that out into the world.

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Queenie

Home. This book felt so much like home for me and I held onto that feeling throughout the story. As a first generation Jamaican-America, this book reminded me of some of my favorite memories growing up as a child; spending weekends with my grandmother, Sunday family dinners, visiting the Caribbean bakery with my dad. The list goes on and on.

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This Savage Song

This book does not get the recognition it deserves. I usually—make that never— come across a book where I have generally no issues with anything. Even my beloved Throne of Glass series and A Court of Thorns and Roses series have some problematic issues.

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Dear Chapter 17 – Becoming by Michelle Obama

Synopsis – Goodreads  In a life filled with meaning and accomplishment, Michelle Obama has emerged as one of the most iconic and compelling women of our era. As First Lady of the United States of America—the first African-American to serve in that role—she helped create the most welcoming and inclusive White House in history, while…

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