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I'm trying to read all of Colleen Hoover's novels and none have disappointed (with the exception of Layla, but that was bc I had the wrong expectations, not bc it was bad), and this was no exception! It felt a little slow at first, but when it really picked up, I couldn't put it down. I read it in two days, with one of those days (today) being a competition day! 4/5
Books | Colleen Hoover
This will probably be controversial, but I didn't like this book much. I mean, it wasn't terrible, and I liked the writing, but I pretty much knew what was going to happen at all times, so I didn't always find myself wanting to continue reading. It is a good premise, though. 3.5 stars.
They Both Die at the End
Books | Adam Silvera
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I liked it bc I didn't necessarily dislike it, but the characters didn't feel fleshed out enough. I think this book should've gone more in depth on the backstory for each character. They all felt a little dry to me. Also, what went on with Mint? She could tell that someone was about to be hurt and then it never had any true relevance? I'd give this 2.5 stars.
Books | Maren Stoffels
I'm listening to this while doing a deep clean in my bedroom and I love it already! While I am just going through it from episode one on (as I find learning random facts interesting), if you're not quite into that, there are so many different subjects discussed that it'd be near impossible not to find a single one you might be interested. Also! This podcast can be NSFW in some parts (profanity, etc.), so if you aren't into that, they also have "smologies" episodes, that are completely SFW
Ologies with Alie Ward
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