Hi guys! So today I’m going to be reviewing Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell. I’ve mentioned this book before on this blog in my Cozy Day Reads post. However, I didn’t get a chance to review it until now, when I read it again. And let me just say, this book kicks ass. It’s about a girl called Cath, who is a freshman with a senior roommate called Reagan, who has a boyfriend called Levi. Before coming to college, Cath usually was really close to her twin, Wren, but since college, Wren wanted to be independent and wanted to be social, while Cath wanted to lock herself in her room and write and read. Overall, it’s about Cath’s addiction to the Simon Snow series (basically the Harry Potter in Fangirl), her love story, her fiction writing class, her family problems, roommate problems and her overall shyness. First of all, this was…

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So today I’m going to be recommending some cozy books to you guys that you can read on a cozy day, when you just feel like curling up in your bed and just reading. Some people may prefer reading more horror and spooky books on days like this, but I prefer simply books that make me feel warm and cozy inside, which will usually be some cutesy romance and books about teenagers’ lives. So without further ado, let’s go ahead and get into the list of cozy books! 1 FANGIRL – RAINBOW ROWELL This book is about Cath. Cath is going to college. Previously, she used to do everything with her twin, Wren. But now Wren and Cath are going separate paths and Cath, more of an introvert, is left to deal with college alone with her roommate, Reagan, who is very outgoing and more of an extrovert.  In my opinion,…

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Hi guys! So today I’m going to be doing a review on All the Bright Places  by Jennifer Niven. GENERAL THOUGHTS For a few overall thoughts, this novel has changed me. It opened my eyes to the world around me. The farther I got into the book, the more I started realising my own flaws; how negative I was. I honestly don’t know what it is about this book, but it moved me. It moved me in a way no other book has ever done. Sure, Harry Potter changed my reading tastes, and The Hunger Games changed my opinions about dystopian, but no book has ever really been able to do what All the Bright Places has done. It has changed my views about everything. I feel like I’m more positive, and more clean, and just…I have really no words to describe it. I feel like this is the only book in years that could…

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