We both happened to get a copy of this book to read and review. It sounded interesting to both of us, so we decided after we read it to review it together. We decided we will do more buddyreads than just once a month if we both happen to read the same book. Or in this case get the same book to review.
I was recently given the chance to read these two books in a newer Young Adult contemporary series. I flew through both books and since I read one right after the other I thought it would be easier to review both in one post.
In honour of Riverdale returning for its second season I wanted to share my thoughts on the comics from the Archie-verse I’ve read so far. I started these comics after I watch the first couple of episodes of Riverdale. I just couldn’t get enough of this world and wanted more! That’s when I found the new Archie comics. There will be 5 different comics I believe. Obviously there’s Archie, but we also get Jughead, Betty&Veronica, Reggie&Me, and Josie and The Pussycats. Lets take a look at the comics I’ve read. Continue reading “Mini reviews | Archie comics edition”
Right after this book came out I saw it around everywhere. This book wasn’t something I’ve read before. It covers religion and sexuality and how those two things can influence someone’s life. Continue reading to find out what I thought about this book.
Last year I read Tell Me Three Things and I really loved it. So when I found out that Julie Buxbaum was releasing another book, What to Say Next, I knew I had to read it. I got it on the day it came out, but I didn’t get to it until last month. If you want to know what I thought, keep reading!
Sometimes you read a book you do want to say something about but not so much that it requires a whole review. For those books we have mini reviews! In this first edition I want to talk about 3 comics I read. They are Saga, Lumberjanes, and I Hate Fairyland, all volumes 1. Excited to read my thoughts about them? Read on! Continue reading “Mini Reviews – Comics #1”
Every month we will read a book together and tell you guys what we thought about it in our buddy review. At the start of September the sixth novel in the Throne of Glass series by Sarah J. Maas was released; Tower of Dawn. We actually met during a Throne of Glass read-a-long and since we obviously needed to start reading this book immediatly we also thought it a great idea to use this as our first buddyread/buddy review. Lets see what we thought about Tower of Dawn. Continue reading “Buddy Review | Tower of Dawn – Sarah J. Maas”