Storyline Olive Torres is currently in a series of unlucky events. She’s just gotten laid off from her job, and she hasn’t gotten any call back from interviews she went through for months now. And today, she also gets to wear a super tawdry and super green dress which presses her boobs half-out on her … Continue reading Unhoneymooners Review
Storyline Macy Lea Sorensen knows that she’s never stopped loving Elliot Petropoluos, her first of everything. Her first best friend, her first boyfriend, her first kiss, and also her first more than a kiss. But now, seeing Elliot again after eleven years being separated, there’s just too much left unsaid between them. And Mace is … Continue reading Love and Other Words – Review
Storyline Holland has a big crush on a busker who's totally smitten her with his guitar. She’s decided to call the light-brown haired, beautiful stranger, Jack. And for months now, she’s been consciously walking ten blocks out of her way, on the days Jack plays at the station, only to be smitten by him, over … Continue reading Roomies Review
Storyline Hazel Bradford is truly one of a kind. She seems never not to stumble in every situation. At the very least, conversation with not enough to no filter at all is much to be expected from her. And whenever booze is there to spice things up, she’ll even step up and do things awfully … Continue reading Josh and Hazel’s Guide to Not Dating – Review
Hiya, Nerdies! Finally, we’re here, at the last part of The Old Kingdom trilogy by Garth Nix, Abhorsen. And just a quick reminder: the first book is Sabriel and the second book is Lirael, and you can check out the reviews on my blog. Storyline Previous book was about Lirael picking up her team, readying … Continue reading Abhorsen Review
Hiya, Nerdies! Lirael is why everyone should read the Old Kingdom series, it's exhilarating, daring, and at the same time passionate. And this is my review on it.
Let's talk about Colleen Hoover. She is hell of a writer that you should know about. She has eight books on Scribd so far, and I've read four them. And here's what I think about them ...
Hi, Nerdies! I must be the last person in the blog-world who is still talking about her 2018 reads. But well, I am a slow reader and even a slower blogger, so please bear with me. And, Thank You. These were books I didn’t enjoy for several reasons, a chunk of them were because something … Continue reading (The Last Remnants of) 2018 Reads: Not My Favorites
Here's a summary of hits and misses and a trans-both from my January reads.
In short, Eleanor Oliphant is a weirdo. Although, she is surely the interesting kind.