This is a really creepy book! Things you can only see if they’re reflected somewhere?
Description: Happiness is a choice not a faith. It is the sum of our daily thoughts and actions. Newest scientific research proves that happiness can be trained. Gabi Rupp invites you with lovely inspirational picture quotes to find happiness within yourself and push you to be a better version of […]
Aside from that the second half of the book is a big pity party in my eyes.
When Hunter’s being attacked it goes like this: “Slam! Whoosh! Pop!
I liked every character – apart from Rosamund which I loved to ‘hate’.
But there’s more. For every book you buy they donate one for people in need and they fund literacy projects.
I rooted so much for them and with every step back I felt so bad for them. It’s a really sweet first love story.
Review: The Dystopian Nation of City-State – “Prescription for Ratings: The Contestants” by Kaisy Wilkerson-Mills & James Courtney
I love dystopian novels. I loved how violent this one was, how raw.
Anyway, here’s a different book haul than normally.
At first I thought it would be a nice read and that’s it.