The Girl Who Walked On Air by Emma Carroll – Review

There are many children who dream of running away to join the circus. Then there are those who were simply left there. Imagine being right where you belonged, yet not being allowed to prove the talent that you know you posses because no one will hear you out. All Louie knows is that her mother …

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The Weight of Our World has reached more than one-hundred thousand words and has only had one official read through. Given this, I am more than justified in my belief that there are multiple spelling errors, grammatical mistakes and many, many sentences and words that make little to no sense. If there is anyone out …

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All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven – Review

Suicide. Not a term taken lightly by anyone. With so many reasons behind why someone would want to end their own lives, it becomes an impossible mission to stop or save everyone. There are no true survivors of suicide, live or die, nobody is the same once they experience it. The two perspectives can be …

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