The Great: The characters! Specifically the main characters Camila and Diego. Camila is the main reason I love this book so much. She’s resilient, ambitious, self-aware and goes after what she wants and what she knows she deserves. She puts her best foot forward in absolutely everything that she does. But what I loved most about her was her fierce loyalty and love for her mama Isabel, brother Pablo, best friend Roxana her team and coach Alicia, as well for her first love Diego. Though that love doesn't deter her from her dreams of becoming a successful fútbolera. She is La Furia through and through.
The Great: I absolutely adored the main and side characters and their development! Tau Solarin has my heart and soul! He is hands down one of the best main characters that I’ve encountered this year. And knowing that his journey hasn’t come to an end, makes me extremely excited for the next book!
The Great: Surprisingly I loved everything about the plot. I was taken down the long road of a beautiful coming-of-age story and all of the little facets and factors made me want to continue the journey. If you're no stranger to my reviews, you know that I’m more interested in character-driven stories since I tend to connect with the characters first. But in this instance it was the opposite.
Synopsis - Goodreads From the USA Today bestselling author of The Friend Zone comes an adorable and fresh romantic comedy about one trouble-making dog who brings together two perfect strangers.Two years after losing her fiancé, Sloan Monroe still can't seem to get her life back on track. But one trouble-making pup with a "take me home" look in his … Continue reading The Happy Ever After Playlist – Book Review
Synopsis - Goodreads By day, seventeen-year-old Kiera Johnson is an honors student, a math tutor, and one of the only Black kids at Jefferson Academy. But at home, she joins hundreds of thousands of Black gamers who duel worldwide as Nubian personas in the secret multiplayer online role-playing card game, SLAY. No one knows Kiera … Continue reading Slay
Before I jump into this review, here are some Trigger Warnings TW: Suicide, Suicide Ideation, Clinical and Situational Depression, Micro-aggressions/Racism
Hey there Bookwyrms! It’s the final Sunday of the month and final re-read review of one of my favorite series! If you haven’t had a chance, I recommend checking out my ACOTAR , ACOMAF, and ACOWAR re-read reviews before starting this one! As a reminder, this review is more so for people who’ve actually read the book … Continue reading ACOFAS Re-read: Sunday Funday Review
Hey there Bookwyrms! It's Sunday which means another re-read review! If you haven't had a chance, I recommend checking out my ACOTAR re-read review, before starting this one! As a reminder, this review is more so for people who’ve actually read the book rather than an introduction to the series in general. If that doesn’t … Continue reading ACOMAF Re-read: Sunday Funday Review
Happy Sunday Bookwyrms! It has been quite a while since I posted a Sunday Funday review. And that's mostly due to my weird reading slump over the past few months. But I realize that in my love for all things SJM (Sarah J Maas) I don't think I've actually written a full review for any … Continue reading ACOTAR Re-read: Sunday Funday Review
At this point, I’m not sure why I don’t have all of Victoria Schwab/V.E. Schwab's books on my shelf. One of the things I enjoy most about her books (I’ve read Vicious & The Monsters of Verity duology* so far) is that her endings are somehow satisfying yet leave you yearning for more. They also might crush your soul but we need more endings like that out into the world.