REVIEW: THE HAZEL WOOD BY MELISSA ALBERT

This is going to be one of those times where I have to put some serious effort into reigning myself in. This book. Was. Incredible. The Hazel Wood tells the story of Alice Proserpine, the granddaughter of Althea, the infamous author […]

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REVIEW: STILL ME BY JOJO MOYES

Still Me is the third and final instalment of the Me Before You series by Jojo Moyes. I read Me Before You sometime in 2015, a few years after it was released and although it truly wrecked my entire being, […]

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REVIEW: BORN A CRIME BY TREVOR NOAH

“I don’t regret anything I’ve ever done in life, any choice that I’ve made. But I’m consumed with regret for the things I didn’t do, the choices I didn’t make, the things I didn’t say. We spend so much time […]

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LIFE UPDATE: I STILL EXIST

I’M ALIVE. Here’s some photographic evidence of my existence. There’s more of that over on my instagram – @palegoldpages. Okay, so I may have momentarily fallen off the grid there, but I’m back and I’m not making any promises that […]

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REVIEW: EVERLESS BY SARA HOLLAND

This novel was sent to me by Pan Macmillan SA Kids in exchange for a fair and honest review. Disclaimer: this review contains some pretty big spoilers. When I first found out about this novel, my soul absolutely burst with […]

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LOVE AND ROMANCE IN YOUNG ADULT FICTION

Happy Valentine’s Day, bibliophiles! I’ve been considering writing a post about YA power couples, the best-written romances in YA or something along those lines in honour of the month of love, but I figured it would be more honest and […]

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My Must Read Books for 2018

I know that I’m a tad late and we’re already knee-deep in January, but Happy freaking New Year everyone! If you’ve read any of my posts before, you may notice that the blog has a new name and a new […]

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Top Five Reads of 2017

Holy smokes, I cannot believe 2017 is finally drawing to a close. This year has been a record for me with reading, and although it hasn’t been the best year in certain other aspects, I truly rediscovered my love of […]

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