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The unexpected inlander ~ Kellyn Thompson ☆ review

** Disclaimer: I have received a copy of this book from the author for review purpose. This has in no way, shape or form affected my opinion on it **

This book is my first Sci-fi read, though said to not be too hardcore sci-fi; so in other words perfect for me. This novel is more suited for adults as the characters are in their mid-twenties, but there’s no erotica or graphic sex scene ; Though some slight descriptions of murder as our main character is an assasin. However, the author said it’s nothing more heavy then Call of Duty games like would be. Includes a unconventional love story where one go onto a journey of discovering and overcoming internal Bias.

Publishing date; Newly revamped and republished on May 9th 2018. Published via KDP and currently available on Amazon. 

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The Gilded King ~ Josie Jaffrey ☆ review

** Disclaimer: I did received a copy of this book from the author for review purpose. This has in no way, shape or form affected my opinion on it **

This book is the first out of a trilogy; “Sovereign”; The author’s first YA fantasy/dystopian serie. The world is the same as her previous serie “Solis Invicti”, that was a four book paranormal romance targetted for older readers but however, a knowledge of the previous serie isn’t needed to get into this trilogy.

As you all know, i’m not usually keen on fantasy; but got attracted to this book right away as it had some “Heavenward” similarities, and you all know how I ended up LOVING that book. So I gave this one a shot too !

Publishing date; June 25th. Now available on Amazon (self-published)

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The bakery at Seashell Cove ~ Karen Clarke ☆ review

** Disclamer: I did received this book via NetGalley. This had in no way, shape or form affected my opinion on it. **

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Upon starting this review, I just realized this is the second book from a “Seashell Cove” serie. The first one is « The Café at Seashell Cove » ; However, as I never noticed, this works good as a standalone too and is the kind of series that you can pick whatever book you want without needing to read them in order. (aka my favorite ones !)

Publishing date; June 8th 2018, by Bookouture

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The art of french kissing ~ Brianna R. Shrum ☆ Arc’s Review

**Disclamer: I did received this book via an “open read” off NetGalley. This had in no way, shape or form affected my opinion on it.**

The nice cover is what attracted me to read this one, if i’m being honest – but the story also felt quite compelling!
This book is a YA contemporary romance; which set itself in a cooking competition over the summer that will grant the winner with a scolarship for cooking studies in one of the most prestigious school of the country.

Publishing date; June 5th, 2018 by Sky pony press

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Meaningless destruction – Shannan Mitchener ☆ Poetry book review

** Disclaimer: I did received a copy of this book from the author for review purpose. This has in no way, shape or form affected my opinion on it **

This is my first time reading and reviewing poetry, so please escuse myself if it’s a bit chaotic right now; i’m deeply sorry !

This is a debut poetry book surrounding the theme of mental illnesses, so when I got asked if I could read and review it, I had to accept ! I’m always looking for more reads surrounding that theme so I can relate, and plus I was curious of poetry books for a while; so it was just perfect !  Continue reading “Meaningless destruction – Shannan Mitchener ☆ Poetry book review”

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Heavenward ~ Olga Gibbs ☆ review

** Disclaimer: I did received a copy of this book from the author for review purpose. This has in no way, shape or form affected my opinion on it **

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Look who finished yet another book ! This time, it is the first book in a serie which is classified as “YA fantasy” that was published in february 2018; currently available on amazon.

When I first saw it, the promise of a strong young female main character and the plot in general attracted me ; while I was not so sure about it being fantasy. As you may know by now, I usually avoid that genre in general in fear of DNFing due to a lack of concentration on my part.. As I wanna do my best to accept most books and review them to help authors, and loving the premise too much, I decided to take a chance and try.

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All the bright places ~ Jennifer Niven ☆ review

I said before that I wasn’t sure if I wanted to review this one, but upon reading it one night it was very clear how I just had to !

Like most of my reads nowadays, this book started on the more “eh, okay..” side, before I got completely swamped by it ! And look, my first #beatthebacklist I finished this year !

Here’s my review of “All the bright places” from Jennifer Niven; read in french as “tous nos jours parfaits”, published in 2015.
A book i’ve loaned to my public library after all the love I saw online for it. Let’s see if it got up to the hype for me ! 😘

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