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  1. Sydney Yang says

    As an avid reader, I’m a fan of the seasonal best idea! I reaally like the idea of being able to find new book recommendations every 3-4 months versus at the end of the year where my reading list is filled to the brim and it becomes suuuper daunting. The last book that I read was Kafka on the Shore by Haruki Murakami and it was just an emotional rollercoaster and I just felt like a whole new person after reading it. I’m still processing my feelings over the book hahaha – Sydney | https://esswaii.wordpress.com

  2. Tasya @ The Literary Huntress says

    I absolutely adore Alex, Approximately! It’s so cute and adorable <33 Unfortunately, I might be a black sheep with Geekerella :/ I can't wait to read Strange the Dreamer, When Dimple Met Rishi and Always and Forever!

  3. hopefray says

    I love your list! Some of them are definitley going to be part of my summer reading. I am currently reading the last Lara Jean book and I am LOVING it! There aren’t that many YA books of couples acutally being together, they usually just focus on the getting-together part.
    xx hope

  4. Amber Elise says

    The Sun is also a Star is much a magical book. I devoured it in a day when I read it!

    I’m excited to read Strange the Dreamer but it’s tome-like size is intimidating!

  5. TaraM says

    nearly all of the books that your read are on my TBR or i already read and adored them!! An amazing selection!

  6. Brooklyn Donnelly says

    I am dying to read Forever and Always Lara Jean. I haven’t heard a bad word and I love that series to death. I actually might explode if I don’t get to read it soon.

  7. Bumbum says

    Out of all them, I should say I’m not a fan of the sun is also a star and I regret buying this book. To be exact, I’m not a fan of how Nicola Yoon write her book. aside from the story, it’s too all over the place, too many point of views, too many side story from minor characters, and there’s a chapter with only 1 paragraph (what a waste of paper). Idk, the way she write her book isn’t my cup of tea, I don’t hate author who writes using their character’s point of view, but this one is too much for me.

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