The Poppy War review//I never knew pain until this

Hello there! I know that I haven’t been posting much recently because I recently finished reading The Dragon Republic which has put me in a slump in literally every area of my life.

All my brain could think was Fang Runin and Yin Nezha so I thought why not write a not-so short review and (try to) express my love for this book!

I’ve been told that this book would destroy me, which is very very true. Everything about this is perfection. So without any further ado, let’s get into me screaming about The Poppy War!

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    Blog Tour: A Curse Of Roses

    Hey there! It’s been a while, hasn’t it? Sorry I’ve been pretty busy with school and all the projects I have due.

    All that aside, today I serve you a review of a wonderful historical retelling of a Portuguese legend with Sapphic yearning, A Curse Of Roses by Diana Pinguicha as a part of it’s blog tour hosted by YA Bound Book Tours!

    This had everything I could wish for in a book and I was definitely intrigued by Pinguicha’s prose and today, I will hopefully be convincing you to pick this book up yourself!

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    Author Interview With Josie Jaffrey + The Wolf And The Water Book Review

    Hi everyone! Welcome or welcome back to my blog! Today I have a very fun post for y’all.

    So last month, I read and enjoyed The Wolf And The Water by Josie Jaffrey. I am very excited and honored to interview Josie and share my review for her latest release, The Wolf And The Water!

    So without any further ado, lets get straight into the post!

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    Blog Tour : You Should See Me In A Crown

    Hi everyone!! Today I have another review of an amazing contemporary, You Should See Me In A Crown as a part of it’s blog tour hosted by Hear Our Voices Book Tours!

    This was an amazing read. I definitely should start reading more contemporary books because if they are as cute as this one, then sign me up please.

    This was on of my most anticipated releases of this year and I super grateful for the opportunity! So without any further ado, lets get straight into the post!

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    Blog Tour: Flying Over Water

    Hi there!! I am finally back after all those tests and ready to get back to blogging!

    Today I have a review of a wonderful middle grade book, Flying Over Water as a part of it’s blog tour hosted by Qamar Blog Tours, a company which focuses on promoting books by Muslim authors which a very wonderful thing in my opinion.

    This book is definitely one of the top ten books I read this year and it convinced me that Middle Grade is in fact, disguised philosophy. Don’t agree with me? Maybe the quotes I share might convince you.

    This tour also comes with a USA giveaway so don’t forget to enter in you are interested in reading a finished copy of this book!

    So without further ado, let’s get straight into the review-

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