This post is just me screaming about Millie Bobby Brown and books I adore. AKA perfection.
If you’ve know me even for a little time, you know how much I stan Millie Bobby Brown 🥺💓 So it won’t be a surprise when I say I LOVED watching Enola Homes. It owns my heart because a) the cast was lovely. it was more than lovely. My heart went swooning every time Enola or Tewkesbury or Sherlock came on screen. And b) the messages it portrays- freedom and standing up for what you want and fighting to make this world better. The political atmosphere is woven nicely along with the story and the mystery surrounding Eudoria unravels so slowly and it’s all perfect!! (moral of the rambling: WATCH THE MOVIE) Which is why when I saw that there was a book tag about it, I knew I had to do it immediately.
Greetings, fam! Today I bring to you my very first ARC review, that of Meet Me At The Summit by Mandi Lynn. This book, I feel, had a LOT of potential to turn into a lovely beach read because road trips!! Who doesn’t like a book with a road trip? Add the emotions of finally confronting your parents’ death, learning to live again, an inherited vintage VW bus and you have the recipe for the perfect summer read! But this book ended up disappointing, big time. In fact- it reminded me of why I used to avoid contemporaries, which is sad because I’ve read so many amazing contemporary books lately.
I received a copy from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.This did not affect my thoughts on this book in any way.
It wasn’t as if I had a burnout, or lost all interest in the blogiverse- life got in the way. Things irl spiraled out of control and then I had my Pre Mid-Term exams and between everything, I just felt like I did not have enough energy or motivation to sit down and actually write a post. So here I am, after nearly a month, giving updates on my boring life! If you are still here, thank you!! For reading my posts, for following my blog and for being here 💖
Hey there, amigos! Before we get into the ramble which I call a review, I just wanted to thank everyone who has been reading my posts and following my blog. 💌 Y’all are my sunshine in these grey days and I can not express my gratefulness or love in a few words. Thank you SO MUCH 💖
The Wall is an Indian-inspired fantasy book set in a city enclosed with a HUGE wall. I did not have any expectations from this book because Indian fantasies (like the Ram Chandra series and Bahubali: Before the Beginning series) usually fall short of my expectations in one or the other ways. But boy, this definitely didn’t end up in those categories. Though I wasn’t satisfied with some parts, I thoroughly enjoyed reading The Wall.