Alieyah Ordillano



PAIN. JUST PAIN. I didn't cry, but I really felt for Evelyn and the other characters as if they were actual real people: complex, imperfect, human. Reid's storytelling and writing style were compelling, compassionate, and empathetic. Captivating story of love, lust, friendship, sexual identity, self-discovery, and the struggles and sacrifices one does to get to the top. Definitely recommend.

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The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo

Books | Taylor Jenkins Reid

AMAZING. A rollercoaster ride. Fast read with a well-paced plot. Keeps you hooked with the ending sentence of each chapter. Every chapter is important to the plot, no fluff I think. The romantic tension between Roma and Juliette was just *chef's kiss*. Writing style was atmospheric and it pulls you in its setting of 1920s Shanghai. Read it and buckle up for a sweet ride both gratifying and intriguing at every twist and turn (and spoiler: prepare to be disgusted).

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These Violent Delights

Books | Chloe Gong

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