Are you ready for a flailing review of one of my favorite books of the year so far? Strap in kiddos, this is a wild ride (both the review and this freaking book!)
I read Warcross in one sitting / walking / standing / peeing / cooking / bathing session because I legit did not put the book down for six straight hours. From the moment I started reading, to the last turn of the page and subsequent toss across the room (BECAUSE THAT ENDING WUT), I was so completely entranced by the world that Marie Lu threw me into, I had to know how everything plays out.
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I am not usually a fan of YA contemporary, but I am so happy that Penguin Teen sent this book my way because this was one of the more addicting books I have thrown myself into this year. The tag line had me hooked: As bubbly as champagne and delectable as wedding cake, Once and for All, Sarah Dessen’s thirteenth novel, is set in the world of wedding planning, where crises are routine. The world of wedding planning?! Sign me up, I’m sold.
The main character and narrator of Once and for All, Louana, is graduating high school. Usually I steer clear of high school contemporary reads, but in this book, her age wasn’t as much of a turn off as usual YA contemporary leads tend to be for me. Louana was extremely grounded, wise beyond her years, and has some serious personal growth throughout the story that really drew me to her.
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