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True Beauty
by Yaongyi


I watched the k- drama version of this and had to read the subtitles but the webtoon came out first I believe so it’s probably also good.
 
 


Book Lovers
by Emily Henry


Emily Henry does it again!
 
 


Flamin Hot
by Richard Montañez


It’s a really great book for someone wanting to be a entrepreneur. I wanted to read it more for leadership and it doesn’t quite align as much as I hoped. Really inspiring story of a man coming from nothing and working his way to the top. Author has good humor as well.
 
 


The Road
by Cormac Mccarthy


This book was very bleak. I knew it would be dark subject matter, since it takes place in a post apocalyptic world. I haven't seen the movie that was based off this book, and after reading it, honestly I'm glad I haven't. It is beautifully written, but very depressing. The story is of love of a father to his son, who he is trying to keep safe while traveling along a road in a post apocalyptic world. I can't really say that I enjoyed reading it, but I did think it was well-written, which is why I'm giving it a high rating. It's not going to be a book I reread every few years. But I will recommend it to people who like dark stories of survival in extreme circumstances.
 
 


The Affair Of The Mysterious Letter
by Alexis Hall


I really enjoyed this book. It’s a fun cross between Sci-Fi and detective noir (very much in the vein of a Sci-Fi Sherlock Holmes). It was unexpected, and even when I thought I knew how it would end, there was a little twist. I really hope the author makes it a series, since I would absolutely read another book with the same characters. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes Sci-Fi with a dash of absurd.
 
 


Knights And Castles
by Penelope Arlon


Insteresting
 
 


Invisible Kingdom Megan O'rourke
by Megan O'Rourke


Fantastic book for anyone dealing with a chronic illness or anyone who wants to better understand what someone with a chronic illness is going through.
 
 


The Girl Who Fell Beneath The Sea
by Axie Oh


I liked this book. I didn’t know much about it going into reading it, but after I was finished, I googled it, and found out that it is a feminist retelling of a Korean folk story. It definitely feels like it is based off of mythology when you are reading it. It starts off in the middle of the action, so you are pulled in right away. I will say that it dragged for me a little bit in the middle, but I still enjoyed it. I would recommend this to anyone who enjoys mythology and YA fantasy. Honestly, I would probably rate it at 3.5 stars if I could, but I rounded up because I did enjoy it overall.
 
 


Raindrops To Rainbows
by John micklos


It was so fun reading the theme is never be scared of anything
 
 


A Story For Small Bear
by Alice B. McGinty and Richard Jones


It is an amazing book to read. The small bear is so cute when he rememberes not to dilly dally
 
 
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