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by Marissa Meyer
YA Fantasy
4 of 5 stars

I’ve read Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass many times, and I can tell Meyer has too. 760 more words

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The Rise and Fall of Lip Gloss

I don’t know why but I’ve been thinking a lot recently about those lip gloss tubes they used to sell at Victoria’s Secret. Maybe they still sell them, but people don’t seem to buy them anymore. 1,384 more words


The Story of a New Name

I enjoyed this novel much more than its predecessor, My Brilliant Friend. After finishing MBF, I was unsure if I wanted to continue to read the series (there are four). 375 more words


Truely madly guilty by Liane Moriarty

Clementine and Erika are each other’s oldest friends.

Married Sam and Clementine have a wonderful but busy life- they also have two young daughters.Sam has just started a new dream job, and Clementine – a cellist – is busy preparing for an audition. 83 more words

Book Reviews

Why I Prefer Female Friends Instead Of Men

I call myself a Feminist because I’m one, and I’m ready for all the criticism building up in your head, from the moment you read the title, because I’m really being an asshole discriminating against men. 874 more words

The Girls by Emma Cline - A Review

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The Girls, the debut novel by Emma Cline,was perhaps the most hotly anticipated novel of the summer. As recommendations from Lena Dunham, Mark Haddon and countless others rolled in, film rights to the novel were secured even before its publication, and a bidding war between publishers secured Cline’s position as literature’s ‘next big thing’. 880 more words


Stranger Things: Does having a boyfriend mean the death of female friendships?

When Nancy Wheeler takes off her top at the end of Stranger Things‘ second episode, she sheds a skin. That skin is adolescence. It’s being the good girl; it’s being the virgin. 873 more words