#YARC Update and TBR

Here is my sign-up post I didn't do an update for January because I only read one book by an Asian author, so here I go with something barely better. The books I read: The Emperor of all Maladies Girls of Paper and Fire What happened? I got stuck in the library hole. In January …

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Top Ten Tuesday: Book settings I’d like to visit

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl What I like about this topic is that it doesn't say I have to be able to visit 😉 Once again I'll divide my list into two sections: places I could visit and those I'll just have to imagine myself going to 1. PEI When I was …

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Why don’t you read our books? (when I don’t read them either)

In 2009, the French publisher Michel Lafon announced that they would be publishing a new edition of the Quebec best seller series Le journal d'AurĂ©lie Laflamme. That news made my day, a book that I loved would be read by more people and they would get to learn about our education system, the slang we use …

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Top Ten Tuesday: Books I LOVED with less than 2000 ratings on Goodreads

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl I have marked as read over 300 books with less than 2000 ratings. Most of them are French books so for this list I chose mostly books that are available in English. Honorable Mention: Coffee Boy by Austin Chant (1180 ratings) 10. The Mermaid's Daughter …

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Review Ask the Passenger

Ask the Passengers by A.S. King October 2012 Hardcover, 304 pages Rep: lesbian, gay, depression, anxiety, black love interest CW: biphobia (unchallenged), fatphobia (unchallenged), homophobia (including slurs, being outed and violent threats), bullying, substance abuse, emotional abuse   Goodreads synopsis Astrid Jones desperately wants to confide in someone, but her mother's pushiness and her father's lack …

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