MY TOP 10 READS OF 2020 πŸ’– || ft. gushing galore and cherelle doing the impossible of ranking favs!!

Hi everyone! Today I bring to you my most anticipated post of the entire year, my top 10 reads of 2020. For me, 2020 has been a year where I truly immerse myself into the YA category and start on my historical fiction journey. Thanks to book blogging, I have uncovered so many amazing books, I can guarantee that 80% of these books were recommended by you all, and I am grateful for that.

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ARC Review: The Word Trove by Elias Vorpahl || a love letter to language with SO. MANY. PUNS. πŸ€©

“Perhaps she just had to wait for her story to end in order to understand her own meaning and the meaning of all the adventures she’d had.”

Wow, this was such a beautiful and whimsical book with humour that made me smile so much!!

First off, a huge thank you to Netgalley and Iron Bird publishing for an ARC of The Word Trove! (yes, I got my very first arc!)

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The Outstanding Blogger Award #2 πŸ’›|| ft. childhood tv shows, six of crows and my to-gos

I’m sorry, I couldn’t resist the rhyming title and the chance to include one of my favourite books in it.

You guys are all so sweet! Today, I’m really excited to answer all your questions. Thank you so much to Tess @ Unbound Library, Millay @ Millay’s Musings, Bex @ Bex the Bibliophile, Aleks @ Aleks and the Books, Isabella @ All You Need is Love and Books, Pilar @ The Bookworm Shelf and Belle @ This Belle Reads Too for your nominations… I’m truly touched!

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Review: A Torch Against the Night by Sabaa Tahir [An Ember in the Ashes #2] || WHEN WILL THEY EVER GET 3 SECONDS OF PEACE?? πŸŒƒ

β€œSo long as you fight the darkness, you stand in the light.”

Second books in series were never my thing, I was always a sucker for the introduction or the finale, that is until I met A Court of Mist and Fury and now A Torch Against the Night.

(this is a non-spoilery review!!)

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Baby It’s Cold Outside book tag ❄ || in which cherelle scrambles to do tags while in season and not use the same book for every prompt

Hi everyone! Today I’ll be doing a book tag (long time no see) created by Erin @ Reading On A Star. You all know how behind I am on tags (my sincerest apologies) so I have to do the seasonal ones first before they are irrelevant haha. (and for once, I am on time!)

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Review: An Ember in the Ashes by Sabaa Tahir [An Ember in the Ashes #1] || someone get me the sequel… NOW πŸ”₯

β€œLife is made of so many moments that mean nothing. Then one day, a single moment comes along to define every second that comes after. Such moments are tests of courage, of strength.”

Life is made of many books (though they all mean a lot). Then one day, a single book (aka AEITA) comes along to define every book that comes after. Such books are stories of courage, of strength.


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