For the last couple of months, I have been a part of a super cool team of YA readers all surrounding this novel. So now, I am lucky enough to participate in this blog tour. At the end of this review, you can read more about this blog tour and where you can find information about the competition surrounding the release of this book.
Title: The Little Shop of Happy Ever After (original title: The Bookshop on the Corner)
Author: Jenny Colgan
Release date: January 11th, 2016
Rating: 2/5 stars
Things were a bit hectic so sorry we weren’t able to put a post up yesterday. So here is a review to make up for it. We hope to post something else today in order to catch up!
The back of this book states that this is a book for and about readers. It is dedicated to book lovers and readers. This was enough to convince me to buy this book and give it a go. I was, however, extremely let down by this book. The plot sounds absolutely amazing, but it was in my opinion quite poorly executed. Read on to find out why.
Title: milk and honey
Author: Rupi Kaur
Release date: July 8th, 2016
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing
Rating: 4/5 stars
Trigger warning for rape. If the subject of rape makes you uncomfortable, we would highly suggest you skip this particular poetry collection. Or find out which poems contain mentions of rape so you can skip those.
We’ve been on a huge poetry kick lately and because we’ve seen this book everywhere online for the last year, we decided to give it a go. See what all the hype is about, and if lives up to our expectations.
Author: Jen Malone
Release date: May 31st 2016
Rating: 3.5/5 stars
Eventhough we both like to stay at home and read, we are very drawn to books that involve any kind of roadtrip or travel. And this one definitely sufficed.