Review: Love & Gelato (No Spoilers)

***Kindly sent for review from Walker Books Australia in exchange for an honest review***

There’s one place in the world that I am completely obsessed with and seriously want to visit. That place is Italy. And so when I had the option to read a book that was set in Italy, and also involves one of my favourite things, love, I jumped at the chance.

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Review: The Loneliest Girl in the Universe (No Spoilers)

***Kindly sent for review from Walker Books Australia in exchange for an honest review***

Being lonely can suck. There’s no other way to describe it. But in our reality, we’re pretty much a click away from talking to somebody, anybody in the world. This, however, is not the case for our protagonist in The Loneliest Girl in the Universe. Why? Because she’s in space. How. Cool. Is. That??

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Review: Mindwalker

***Kindly sent for review from Bloomsbury Australia***

One of the best things in the world is when books unexpectedly turn up on your doorstep. Seriously. It’s like Christmas, particularly when you have no idea what’s hiding in the cardboard wrapping. I’m always really tempted to shake it around a little, as if that’s going to give me a clue before I open it. Like a little kid on Christmas day, I tore the box apart and foundĀ Mindwalker by A.J. Steiger waiting to be read. And as soon as I read the blurp on the back, I knew I had to read it ASAP.

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Review: If There Is No Tomorrow

***Kindly sent for review from Harlequin Teen Australia***

You know how sometimes you stumble across a really good book that you just can’t put down? That you need to finish that night because otherwise your entire world is going to go up in flames and you’re going to die with that world? Yeah… me too… If There Is No Tomorrow by Jennifer L. Armentrout is exactly that definition.

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5 Book Events I Desperately Want To Attend

Living in Brisbane, Australia, you don’t get too many book events. And you get used to feeling always green with envy as you watch the lower states (Melbourne and Sydney, I’m looking at you) get everything. You’re also always dehydrated because you cry so much when your favourite authors leave Australia without coming to Brisbane. So, this is a tiny bucket list of all the book events I want to attend before I die.

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