Book Review for “Midnight Sun” by Stephenie Meyer

Midnight Sun by Stephenie Meyer was my most anticipated release of 2020 and like everything else in 2020, it was a disappointment. I have been reading this book off and on since AUGUST. At the time of writing this, I still have a few more chapters to go but I just can't. I am so …

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Book Review for “From Blood and Ash” by Jennifer L. Armentrout

I'm in a group on Facebook dedicated to Crescent City by Sarah J. Maas. In the group, somebody posted about an amazing book they had read, From Blood and Ash by Jennifer L. Armentrout. They were so excited about it that I had to read it. I knew nothing about this author and went into …

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Bonus Post! A Nostalgic Book Review for “Eclipse” by Stephenie Meyer

I'm 75% of the way through my nostalgic Twilight journey now that I've finished Eclipse by Stephenie Meyer. I definitely recommend you read my reviews for Twilight and New Moon before this one. This review will have spoilers. Let's get started! Synopsis: In the dead silence, all the details suddenly fell into place for me …

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Bonus Post! A Nostalgic Book Review for “New Moon” by Stephenie Meyer

If you haven't, I recommend reading my review for Twilight before this one. That post will explain my history with the series and why I'm reading it again now. New Moon by Stephenie Meyer is one of my favorite books in the Twilight series. I would say it's right up there with Breaking Dawn, my …

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October Reading: “Dracula” by Bram Stoker

My book and the first American copy published in 1899 that I would literally kill to have. Today is the last review for October and my thirtieth post in a row. I decided to conclude the month by reviewing a classic work of literary art, Dracula by Bram Stoker. This book was written in 1897 …

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