Publisher: Simon & Schuster

{Review} The Diabolic by S.J. Kincaid

I first heard of The Diabolic through BookTube. I believe it was a book featured in a subscription box, and lots of people on BookTube had received this box and thus hauled the book. What intrigued me the most wasn’t the synopsis (though that sounded interesting), it was the comparison to The Hunger Games and Star Wars. I was wondering how those two could be combined and added the book to my TBR. Around the time the book was released, a friend was kind enough to gift me an ARC copy of the book, and I told myself I would pick it […]

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Review: Since You’ve Been Gone

A while ago, I read a book by Morgan Matson titled ‘Amy and Roger’s Epic Detour‘, and I enjoyed it very much. When this book was announced, I didn’t really pay that much attention to it – other than the fact that ‘hey it’s written by that author whose book I liked’, but nothing more really. That is until I saw it on Bol.com a couple of weeks ago, and it wasn’t too expensive (for a Bol book). So I decided to order it and read it on my way to Germany (to visit my uncle and aunt). After reading […]

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Review: Dangerous Boys

To be honest, I didn’t think this book was as amazing as Dangerous Girls was. With that book, the ending left me BAFFLED and made me want to know what was going to happen next, but I didn’t really have that with Dangerous Boys. The book was very exciting, I loved the story and the difference between this book and DG (while Dangerous Girls was about a group of teenagers partying their asses off on Aruba, Dangerous Boys was about a mundane town where everyone knows everyone), and I also really liked how they were also a bit the same The writing […]

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Review: Dangerous Girls

I have always loved mystery books, so when I heard about Dangerous Girls, I knew I had to read it as soon as I could. When I finally started it a couple of days ago, I found myself being sucked into the story. During the first part of the book, I was mainly confused – I didn’t really get what was going on because it was all happing right through each other. One chapter, they’d be in court and then they were back in school with Elise still alive and then all of a sudden Anna was in jail. While reading […]

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Review: The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer (Mara Dyer #1)

I remember buying this book because I was really intrigued by the summary. I told myself I would read it as soon as possible, over a year ago, oops. But a couple of days ago, I finally decided to read The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer, mainly because a friend of mine absolutely loved the book. And boy did I like it! The book starts off with a very thrilling scene, one where Mara and her friends – Rachel and Claire – decide to use the Ouija board Rachel got for her birthday. Not only did I find that a really bad […]

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