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ARC Review – Chasing Fireflies

Chasing Fireflies is a debut YA novel by Chloe Fowler scheduled to hit shelves October 25th. This book follows the story of high school seniors Rainey and Liam. I really enjoyed it and gave this one 3.5 stars (rounded to 4 on Goodreads). Goodreads Description Rainey Collins has heard this a thousand times, but when… Continue reading ARC Review – Chasing Fireflies

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ARC Review – Sistersong

Sistersong by Lucy Holland is a standalone YA historical fantasy set in ancient Britain. According to NetGalley, it will be published on October 5th but then I wrote my Goodreads review and it says it came out in April 2021 so not really sure but if it's not out now, it will be soon. This… Continue reading ARC Review – Sistersong

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ARC Review – Love, Chai and Other Four-Letter Words

Love, Chai and Other Four-Letter Words by Annika Sharma is the start of a new contemporary romance series. Information seems conflicted on whether this was released on September 21st or will be on October 5th (I think it was the 21st and got bumped up but not 100% sure). It appears that each book of… Continue reading ARC Review – Love, Chai and Other Four-Letter Words

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ARC Review – Iron Widow

Iron Widow by Xiran Jay Zhao is a YA sci-fi/dystopian that will be published on September 21st. In this world, a China-inspired world uses Chrysalises (giant transforming robots) to fight the Hunduns, a non-human force that came to take over hundreds of years ago. A boy pilots each Chrysalis, the size of it depending on… Continue reading ARC Review – Iron Widow

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ARC Review – Where the Stars Sing

Where the Stars Sing by Aminah Fox is a new dystopian novel with a scheduled publication date of October 4, 2021. Based on Goodreads, this will be the beginning of a new series. The story follows Charles Sykes who begins the book at 7 years old at which time a global science experiment goes wrong… Continue reading ARC Review – Where the Stars Sing

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ARC Review – Meet Me at the Summit

Meet Me at the Summit by Mandi Lynn is a YA contemporary novel that will be published on August 31st. The story follows Marley, a 19-ish year old who's parent died in a car accident about 9 months before the start of this book. Marley has dropped out of college and is working retail, generally… Continue reading ARC Review – Meet Me at the Summit

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ARC Review – Under the Whispering Door

Under the Whispering Door is the latest adult fantasy by TJ Klune which will be released on September 21st. This is the story of Wallace, a workaholic lawyer who dies from a heart attack. He is taken to a way station to sort out his feelings before he moves on. I really enjoyed this. As… Continue reading ARC Review – Under the Whispering Door

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ARC Review: The Meeting Point

The Meeting Point by Olivia Lara is a modern twist on a classic romance. This contemporary romance will be published on September 2nd. For her birthday, Maya flies to California to surprise her boyfriend who is on a business trip. Instead of her boyfriend, a Lift driver answers her texts when she arrives. Not only… Continue reading ARC Review: The Meeting Point

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ARC Review – The Sinful Lives of Trophy Wives

The Sinful Lives of Trophy Wives by Kristin Miller is a new phycological thriller set to be published on July 20th. When I saw the cover and title on NetGalley, it caught my eye and looked like a fun read, it didn't disappoint. The Sinful Lives of Trophy Wives follows three of women living in… Continue reading ARC Review – The Sinful Lives of Trophy Wives

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ARC Review – Flash Fire

Flash Fire by TJ Klune is the second book of The Extraordinaries trilogy. Flash Fire will be published on July 13th, the still unnamed third and final book is expected to be published in 2022. This trilogy follows Nick Bell, a 16-year old gay boy with ADHD who is obsessed with extraordinaries (aka superheroes). This… Continue reading ARC Review – Flash Fire