I'm not someone who picks up non-fiction often even though I want to. That changed with this book. While this book was on my TBR for a long time, I didn't pick it up until recently when it was highly recommended by multiple people online because of current scenarios. I'll be honest, I only know things about what's happening in US and UK because of what trends and from books.
This was the MOST anticipated drama of 2020. The King: The Eternal Monarch was in to-wait and watch lists of many viewers right from the beginning of this year. Not only is the story intriguing—following treachery and love across parallel universes, it also stars two of the most popular actors: Lee Min-ho and Kim Go-eun.
There's been a lot of talk about this book since before it's release. Bloggers who were lucky enough to get an ARC of this praised it a lot. The word got out pretty well, and tons of people got to reading it. Everything I heard about this book was good. It was only positive. And that's the reason why I expected it to be really good. I did not expect for it have elements that I really dislike.
I'm a HUGE fan of Jeffrey Archer's books. Back when I frequented the library near me, I took the opportunity to gorge on every Archer novel that they had. (Except short stories, because I don't like short stories haha) And I loved every single one of them. My favourite Archer book is Kane and Abel, which was brilliant.
When I got the chance to be a host for the blog tour for this book, I JUMPED on the chance. An Asian-based YA fantasy? I'm sold. I also have Julie C Dao's Forest of a Thousand Lanterns in my TBR, actually. (Don't ask me why I haven't gotten to it yet lol) I was super excited to read and review an ARC by this popular author.
Title: Eleanor Oliphant is Completely FineAuthor: Gail HoneymanGenre: Contemporary FictionCategory: Young AdultSeries info: Standalone Goodreads I found this on Instagram, like I seem to find every other other book nowadays. And like usual, Instagram didn't let me down. Trigger warnings: depression, suicide, PTSD, alcoholism SYNOPSIS Eleanor Oliphant's routine is set. She works all week, spends… Continue reading Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine || brilliant main character
Title: Fake It Till You Break ItAuthor: Jenn P. NguyenGenre: ContemporaryCategory: Young AdultSeries info: Standalone book Goodreads I had been looking forward to this book since the beginning of this year. I was checking out upcoming releases and this sounded SO GOOD. Not gonna lie, I had a lot of expectations. Mainly, I wanted a… Continue reading Fake It Till You Break It || all my favourite tropes