Reviews, Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday | (First Ten) Books I Reviewed

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Hello Lovelies! Today’s Top Ten Tuesday topic is one that I am excited about, but at the same time really nervous. It is: (First Ten) Books I Reviewed!!

I’m going to go ahead and warn you, these reviews are ROUGH. They were my very first attempts at reviewing and I have drastically improved since then. I wish you a lot of luck if you choose to read them!


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Thank you for joining me on Top Ten Tuesday! If you chose to read one of the reviews, I thank you. If you didn’t, I still thank you because they were awful and I really don’t want to put you through that!

What were some of the first books that you reviewed? Do we have any books in common? What did you think of my reviews? Let me know! ~𝒜𝓊𝓉𝓊𝓂𝓃

7 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday | (First Ten) Books I Reviewed”

      1. I felt like I was waiting for something to happen in the second book until I was more than halfway and realized that there was no way it was going to happen in the last few pages.

        Aw no. It’s a much larger book too! So upsetting to hear it was a let down. Did you ever read the novella?

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  1. The original ACOTAR trilogy is one of the first series that really made me love the YA genre! I’m surprised it’s not one of my first reviews too! 😂

    I still haven’t picked up the Daughter of Smoke and Bone series, despite the fact that it is VERY popular. Is it worth reading?

    Anyways, great post, this is an awesome list of books!

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    1. Daughter of Smoke and Bone had an interesting concept and the world is really different. I enjoyed the first and second books, but the last one is like 600 pages and was slow/ felt entirely too drawn out for me. I don’t think that I would reread the series.

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