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The Henna Wars

thank you ever so much to Page Street Publishing & Lizzy Mason for sending me an ARC of THE HENNA WARS to review! this does not affect my rating or review.

TRIGGER WARNING: HOMOPHOBIA & RACISM

When Nishat comes out to her parents, they say she can be anyone she wants—as long as she isn’t herself.

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We Are Not Okay

thank you to NetGalley & Harper Collins HQ for a free copy of WE ARE NOT OKAY to review. this doesn’t affect my rating or review

TRIGGER WARNING: RAPE, ABUSE, BULLYING, EATING DISORDERS, ISLAMOPHOBIA, SUICIDE, SLUT SHAMING

If only they could have spoken out . . .

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Foul Is Fair

thank you to NetGalley and Penguin Random House for sending me an e-copy of FOUL IS FAIR to review. this does not affect my rating.

this, first of all, is a book you have definitely got to read. bare in mind, it does go into detail about things which may be triggering for some.

TRIGGER WARNING: RAPE, MURDER, DEATH, BLOOD, SELF HARM, SUICIDE ATTEMPT, MENTION OF SUICIDE, UNDERAGE DRINKING, ABUSE

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Golden boys beware: something wicked this way comes.

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A Court of Thorns & Roses Series

I recently reread this amazing series by Sarah J Maas and figured I’d write a review on it. After all, I need an excuse to talk about how much I love the Inner Circle. (Especially Cassian.)

SPOILERS AHEAD. (Seriously, if you haven’t read these books, do not continue reading the review after A Court of Thorns and Roses because I will talk about what happens.)

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The Rest of the Story

When I think of Sarah Dessen, I think of summer. (Even though she does have, I think?, three or four books also set during the school year—Lock and Key, Someone Like You, Saint Anything and What Happened to Goodbye). Her new book, The Rest of the Story, doesn’t disappoint. It is all about summer. It was amazing, truly Dessen-esque, but it hasn’t made its way up to my top 5 of her books.

Here is the summary:

Emma Saylor doesn’t remember a lot about her mother, who died when she was ten.

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These Witches Don’t Burn

These Witches Don’t Burn is a spellbinding novel to a new series by Isabel Stirling.

It features everything from (gay) witches, first loves and heartbreaks, trying to get over said first love whilst searching for the Blood Witch in town and trying to solve a mystery to meeting a cute ballerina at a party and trying to flirt and hopefully get a date with her.

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