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Red, White & Royal Blue | Casey McQuiston | Book Review

Casey McQuiston’s romance novel Red, White, and Royal Blue is centered on two main characters, Alexander (Alex), the FSOTUS (First Son of America), and Prince Henry of Wales.

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Out of Character | Annabeth Albert | Book Review

Out of Character is Annabeth Albert's gamer book, and it is fun, nerdy, and unexpectedly hot. It is the second installment in the True Colors series.

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Blackout – Collection of six short stories | Book Review

Blackout" is a compilation of six short stories, all of which take place on a summer evening in New York City when the city goes black for a few hours.

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They Both Die at the End | Adam Silvera | Book Review

"They Both Die In The End" is the story of two boys - Mateo and Rufus. Both the boys get Death Cast calls and now they have only 24 hrs of their young lives remaining.

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The Lucky List | Rachael Lippincot | Book Review

If you enjoy YA fiction, you gotta read this book. Rachael Lippincott is the coauthor of the #1 New York Times bestselling novel Five Feet Apart, which you may have heard of, and this is her new book.

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The House in the Cerulean Sea | TJ Klune | Book Review

"The House in the Cerulean sea" is a Fantasy with magic as a prominent theme. The story revolves around the feeling of home, family, and having somewhere/someone to belong.

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The Happy List| Briar Prescott | Book Review

(Better With You #1)Author: Briar PrescottPages: 360Publisher: BooksGoSocial (25 Oct 2020 )Genre: LGBTQIA | Romance_______________________________________ SYNOPSIS:GrayThere are some things I excel at:- Exercising rigid control over every aspect of my life- Making sensible decisions at every turn- Being organized, predictable and responsible to an abnormal degreeIn short, I’m boring as hell and in desperate need of a change.Luckily, I have my… Continue reading The Happy List| Briar Prescott | Book Review