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What’s on my Netgalley shelf

What up nerds? This is a bit of a self explanatory title, but as you might have noticed, my reviews have all been ARCs... Mostly ARCs that are incredibly out of date granted, but ARCs nonetheless. That's because at the beginning of the year I went a bit crazy on Netgalley and then they started… Continue reading What’s on my Netgalley shelf

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The Kingdom

The Kingdom - Jess Rothenberg I can sum up this book in two words: Dystopian Disneyland. Intrigued? You should be because this is one hell of a ride. Not quite sure? Here are three more for you: tragic robot romance. How about now? Welcome to the Kingdom… where ‘Happily Ever After’ isn’t just a promise,… Continue reading The Kingdom

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The Flower Girls

The Flower Girls - Alice Clark-Platts You ever finish a book and just think... huh. Cos that's me right now. I have absolutely no idea what rating to give this, but I need to talk about it, so here we are. I requested this ARC immediately after reading the blurb, I'm sure I've mentioned before,… Continue reading The Flower Girls

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Archenemies

Archenemies - Marissa Meyer Oh look, another book Leah's had sitting around for far too long. My bad. Is it me, or is that becoming a recurring theme around here? Archenemies is one of those books that I received before it was published and then just kind of sat around gathering dust. It is the… Continue reading Archenemies

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Stronger, Faster and More Beautiful

Stronger, Faster and More Beautiful - Arwen Elys Dayton Oh look, it's another ARC that I got months ago and sort of forgot about. Oooops.... That's confession number one. I picked this up when it appeared on Netgalley because the marketing said it was perfect for fans of Black Mirror and WestWorld. Confession two is… Continue reading Stronger, Faster and More Beautiful

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Don’t You Forget About Me

Don't You Forget About Me - Mhiari Mcfarlane Sorry, I just can't even think about the title without thinking of the Simple Minds and that scene at the end of the Breakfast Club when Judd Nelson punches the air. Good times. Even better times is the fact that this book deserves to be up there… Continue reading Don’t You Forget About Me