Book Review: The Belles by Dhonielle Clayton

Hey guys, welcome to another book review! This time I’ll be talking about the third book I read during the Biannual Bibliothon: The Belles by Dhonielle Clayton. Star Rating 4/5 The Summary This story is set in the fictional kingdom of Orléans, where all the people are born gray—literally....

TBR BustAThon Reading Recap

The second readathon I have ever participated in, and it was pretty much a fail. Of course, I did say at the beginning that my TBR was pretty ambitious, but if I’d just tried a little harder, I know I could have done much better than I did. Day...

Quick Reads Recommendations

Hey guys, it’s Ariel, here with another blog post. I know I said yesterday that this post wasn’t going to be readathon-related, and it’s not (at least not directly). I had been planning to make this particular post today long before I knew I would be in a readathon...

Overly Ambitious TBR BustAThon Reading Plans

Hey guys! Surprise post for today! Last month, while I was doing the Biannual Bibliothon, I had so much fun that I decided, sort of arbitrarily and without much forethought, that I was going to try to participate in at least one readathon every month for the rest of...

Book Review: Scythe by Neal Shusterman

The second and, in my opinion, best book I read during the Bibliothon was Scythe by Neal Shusterman. I have a lot to say about this book, so let’s get into it. Star Rating 5/5 stars Summary This book is set in the far future, when humanity has eliminated...

August TBR

It’s a new month, and a new start to my reading goals. Here’s hoping this month goes better than the last one did. (It probably won’t, though, because I go back to school on the 20th.) Here are all the books I’m hoping to read during this last month...

July Wrap-Up

The month of July was a weird month. I ended up completing 6 books, which is pretty good for me, but four of them were during the same week (the week of the Biannual Bibliothon) and only one of them was a book that was actually on my July...

Book Review: The Invention of Hugo Cabret by Brian Selznick

Hey guys, it’s me, coming at you with the first of the Biannual Bibliothon book reviews I promised. This one is for The Invention of Hugo Cabret, which I probably don’t need to say since it’s in the title of this post. Anyway, let’s get into the review. Star...

Bookish Job Hunting

Book characters can have some pretty strange jobs. They can shed light on some real professions that might not be as well known, as well as introduce you to jobs that could never exist in our world. For today’s post, I have compiled four which I think are some...

Summer Biannual Bibliothon Reading Recap

Day 1 On Saturday, I didn’t read very much. I started off by reading the first chapter of the three books I chose for the readathon’s read a chapter challenge (they were Scythe, The Book Thief, and Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, by the way), and ended up...
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