Weekly Wrap Up: June 12-18

First, I want to wish everyone a Happy Father’s Day! Even though I don’t get to spend today with my dad or grandpa, I hope some of you are spending time with family. (Don’t worry about me, I get to see mine in just under three weeks. It’s crazy, I only have twenty days left of my service and when I came here it seemed like 27 months would take so long!) This week I also came up with a tag and a book bingo that I want to do, I just need to decide when I’m going to post them. I’m tempted to do bookstagram photos as I read the books that relate to the book bingo, and I can’t do that until I get home – so you guys may have to wait a little while for that one. But without further ado, here’s my week in books and posts!

Books I Reviewed This Week:

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I’m Not Your Manic Pixie Dream Girl by Gretchen McNeil

This was a cute learning about yourself/coming of age novel. You can read my review here.

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Eliza and Her Monsters by Francesca Zappia

I absolutely fell in love with this book (legitimately read it in one late night sitting) and you can check out my review here!

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City of Bones by Cassandra Clare

What’s a re-read of the entire Shadowhunters Chronicles without the book that started it all? The review is here!

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Kill All Happies by Rachel Cohen

I wanted to love it with it’s (abandoned) theme park setting.. Alas, this one just didn’t speak to me, but you can check out my review here.

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One of Us is Lying by Karen M. McManus

This was a fun mystery that reminded me of the Breakfast Club and Pretty Little Liars. I really enjoyed reading it, you can check out my review here!

Books I Read This Week:

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When Dimple Met Rishi by Sandhya Menon

This was such a cute book and I loved the diverse representation in it. It is so nice to see more POC main characters in YA books. You can read my review next week.

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Alex and Eliza by Melissa de la Cruz

This was an adorable YA historical fiction based upon the (know well known) romance between Alexander Hamilton and Eliza Schuyler – you can read my review next week.

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The Geek’s Guide to Unrequited Love by Sarvenaz Tash

I loved that this book took place at NYCC because it spoke to my fandom loving heart. You can read my review next week!

Currently Reading:

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City of Ashes by Cassandra Clare

Wizarding World Series:

Mahoutokoro

This week I talked about the books that students from Mahoutokoro might enjoy. We learn so little about the Wizarding School that makes its home in Japan – but I always wanted to learn more. Be sure to read that post here!

Other Bookish Posts:

Top 5 Tuesday – Book Boyfriends

I loved taking part in Shanah’s Top 5 Tuesday post because who doesn’t like to fangirl about book boyfriends? You can read my post here!

Tags:

Midyear Freak Out Tag

Writing this post made me realize just how much I’ve been reading this read. It’s crazy but I love it! Check out my post here!

Other Posts:

I reached my first 100 followers this week, so I wrote a thank you post for it. I’m still so honoured that 100 people liked my blog and reviews enough to follow me!

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What books did you guys read this week, any new favourites? I’d love to get more recommendations as if my TBR pile isn’t big enough already! What Wizarding School do you think I’ll be featuring next week? Any reads on your summer TBR? Let me know in the comments below!

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