I have this problem with writing my reviews since…well since I started this blog because I like to read books en masse. When I’m on a roll I’m on a roll and want to keep jumping stories like a time traveler with A.D.D.
Gimme a T.A.R.D.I.S. and call me The Doctor.
So sometimes this thing happens where I read all the books and don’t write all the reviews…for years.
It’s a terrible habit. Yet here we are again.
Now, I love John Green. Most of his books I’ve read have at least four stars. Five if he made me cry like a little bitch.
This one has the mysterious number ‘three’ in the star section.
What does that MEAN Past Alli?! WHAT DOES THAT MEAN?!
I remember liking the way that this was written because the writers were each in charge of a Will Grayson, so I really liked that collaboration. They should do more.
This book is about two Will Graysons who meet by chance and their story. I remember the friend called Tiny who was way into making a musical because he was utterly fabulous.
That’s all I’ve got today.
I was having a really hard time reading anything for a very long time. (And if you noticed, also writing anything beyond “Good book. Must read. Gronk loves rock.”.)
But this book was so fucking fantastic.
It’s based off of the Bronte family and intersperses their real life history with an interesting notion of jumping in and out of time and through their stories to meet their characters and rule the worlds.
It was soooo well written and an interesting premise. And I learned so much about the Brontes!
Like that there was a brother. Who knew? haha.
And that the facts the author used are verified. At least by Wikipedia.
This book was soooooo fucking good. This was one of my OwlCrate books, and honestly, I’m so glad I got that box every month for awhile because it’s given me some of my favourite books.
And this time it gave me a book series. Which was accidental. I didn’t realize (classic) that it was going to be a series and was like ‘Wait, what?!” at the end because it didn’t end where I thought it was going to and left me wanting so much more. And then it was all “We’re a series!” and I’ve never been so happy since. (JK. JK. JK.)
But seriously over the moon about it being a series I can keep up with.
A YA novel about humans and monsters co-existing in a sense.
This was a beautiful tale of good and evil and how to fight the good fight while living in the grey area.
It’s fucking Romeo and Juliet with monsters and it’s sooo fucking good.
Talk about fan girl feels.