Review: “Furthermore” by Tahereh Mafi

Here’s the thing: I don’t read a lot of middle grade. It isn’t really my thing but I’ve come to appreciate the differences between each genre of literature, especially in age gap genres like MG, YA, and NA (I still struggle with NA a bit but that’s another story).

When Mafi released Furthermore, I was a little hesitant about it. Although it sounded wonderful, I wasn’t sure what to make of it. I’ve only read the 1st book in the “Shatter Me” series and while I enjoyed it, it’s not something I’ve made a priority on my TBR pile. Don’t get me wrong, I did enjoy this book but… Not as much as I hoped. I wouldn’t necessarily put it along with “overhyped books” but let’s just say I was fairly underwhemled.

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ARC Review: “Second Twin” by Jaime Lee Mann

I have graciously been given the opportunity to read this entire series. I requested the first book on Netgalley and was then contacted and given the rest of the series. The fourth book in the Legend of Rhyme series was offered to me a couple months ago but with work being crazy, me being constantly tired, and having 5782472 other books on my shelf to read, it took me a lot longer to get to this book than I anticipated.

Regardless it is an excellent book in the series, and I am continually excited to read this series. Thank to Blue Moon Publishers for giving me a free digital copy in exchange for an honest review.

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