And I Darken (#1) by Kiersten White

“She plucked a rose and held it to her face. She hated the way roses smelled, their sweetness, too fragile. She wanted a garden of evergreens. A garden of stones. A garden of swords.” No one expects a princess to be brutal. And Lada Dragwlya […]

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P.S . I Still Love You (#2) by Jenny Han

“Lara Jean, I think you half-fall in love with every person you meet. It’s part of your charm. You’re in love with love.” Lara Jean didn’t expect to really fall for Peter. She and Peter were just pretending. Except suddenly they weren’t. Now Lara Jean is […]

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The Rose Society (#2) by Marie Lu

“My moment of bloodlust has passed but the darkness it brought lingers, feeding the little whispers in my head that have suddenly become deafening.” This book was fast-paced, dark, full of so many schemes and it was so damn good. I flew through this book […]

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An Ember in the Ashes by Sabaa Tahir

Goodreads, Buy Every once in a while you come across a great book that impacts you in every possible way. It leaves you tattered and completely destroyed to the bones because it was simply that great. This book made me feel all different kind of emotions […]

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Am I really going to be a teacher?

The last two months were a constant battle of “can I really be a teacher?” and “is this really where I am supposed to be?” Having internal conflicts with yourself is the worst because you know your own strength and weakness and in the end you […]

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How to do long distance friendships

I’ve known one of my best friend, Zoe, for about 5 years now. Every single day, the distance between us becomes less painful and more endurable. Maybe it’s because we’ve had this obvious distance between us for such a long amount of time and we’ve […]

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Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard

Perfect song, Goodreads, Buy In this book, the society is ranked by your blood type: red or silver. We’re not talking metaphors here. We’re talking literally. Your blood will either be silver or red and the colour of your blood has become an entitlement to who […]

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