The Gods Lie by Kaori Ozaki (Mini Review)




The Gods Lie by Kaori Ozaki
Series: N/A
Publisher: Vertical Comics
First published September 20th, 2013
Genres: Manga, YA
Pages: 216
Format: Paperback
Buy: Book Depository | Amazon

Natsuru Nanao, a 6th grader who lives alone with his mother, strikes up an unlikely friendship with the reserved and driven Rio Suzumura. Natsuru plays hookey from soccer camp that summer, and instead of telling the truth to his mother, he spends all his time with Rio and her kid brother at their rickety house, where a dark secret threatens to upend their fragile happiness.

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FairyLoot November Box Unboxing


The theme for November’s FairyLoot box was Ladies that Slay. If you haven’t checked them out yet, FairyLoot is an amazing YA bookish subscription box. It’s the only one I tried so far but I’ve been loving it! This is my second box and the favorite is still my last one but this sure had some pretty amazing things!

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My Sweet Friend by H. A. Leuschel (ARC Review)

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My Sweet Friend by H. A. Leuschel

Series: N/A

Publisher: Helene Leuschel

Expected publication: December 6th, 2017

Genres: Fiction, Adult

Pages: 92

Format: ARC

Buy: Amazon

* Received this copy from the author in exchange for an honest review. Thank you very much! This doesn’t affect the review in any way. My opinions are, as always, my own.*

A stand-alone novella from the author of Manipulated Lives
A perfect friend … or a perfect impostor?
Alexa is an energetic and charismatic professional and the new member of a Parisian PR company where she quickly befriends her colleagues Rosie and Jack. She brings a much-needed breath of fresh air into the office and ambitiously throws herself into her new job and friendships.
But is Alexa all she claims to be?
As her life intertwines with Rosie and Jack’s, they must all decide what separates truth from fiction. Will the stories that unfold unite or divide them? Can first impressions ever be trusted?
In this original novella, H.A. Leuschel evokes the powerful hold of appearances and what a person is prepared to do to keep up the facade. If you like thought-provoking and compelling reads with intriguing characters, My Sweet Friend is for you.

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November Wrap-up and December TBR


I can’t believe we are already at the end of November… I didn’t even see this month pass!

So last month I read a total of 23 books and this month what did I do? Well… apparently nothing… I had super much school work to do, plus I got myself into a reading slump… Those two together accomplished a total of 7 books read this month, 4 of them being manga, which is the least I’ve read this year.

How was your month? Hopefully better than mine? What books did you read?
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Juniper Lemon’s Happiness Index by Julie Israel

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Juniper Lemon’s Happiness Index by Julie Israel

Series: N/A

Publisher: Penguin Random House UK Children’s

Edition published June 1st, 2017

Genres: Contemporary, YA, Romance

Pages: 338

Format: ARC

Buy: Book Depository | Amazon

* Received this copy from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you very much! This doesn’t affect the review in any way. My opinions are, as always, my own.*

It’s hard to keep close a person everyone keeps telling you is gone.

It’s been sixty-five painful days since the death of Juniper’s big sister, Camilla. On her first day back at school, bracing herself for the stares and whispers, Juniper borrows Camie’s handbag for luck – and discovers an unsent break-up letter inside. It’s mysteriously addressed to ‘You’ and dated July 4th – the day of Camie’s accident. Desperate to learn the identity of Camie’s secret love, Juniper starts to investigate.

But then she loses something herself. A card from her daily ritual, The Happiness Index: little notecards on which she rates the day. The Index has been holding Juniper together since Camie’s death – but without this card, there’s a hole. And this particular card contains Juniper’s own secret: a memory that she can’t let anyone else find out.

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