On re-reading books

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Dear reader,

For two days in May, my friend Roxanne and I decided to re-read the first Harry Potter book. We had so much fun doing it that I thought of writing a blog post about why I love re-reading books so much, as I re-read at least one Harry Potter book per year and have re-read my favourite book Lady Midnight six times already.

So lock your sit belts and get ready to discuss everything about re-reads!

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Wrapping up the O.W.L.s Readathon 2019

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Dear reader,

During the month of April I participated in the first part of the Magical Readathon, which was the O.W.L.s Readathon. I never had that much fun with a monthly long readathon before and as I presented to you in another blog post my TBR for it I thought it would be a great idea to properly wrap up everything I read.

Without further ado here’s my wrap-up of the OWL’s Readathon 2019!

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Review | Again, but Better by Christine Riccio

I received this book in exchange for an honest review.

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The plot

Shane has been doing college all wrong. Pre-med, stellar grades, and happy parents…sounds ideal—but Shane’s made zero friends, goes home every weekend, and romance…what’s that?

Her life has been dorm, dining hall, class, repeat. Time’s a ticking, and she needs a change—there’s nothing like moving to a new country to really mix things up. Shane signs up for a semester abroad in London. She’s going to right all her college mistakes: make friends, pursue boys, and find adventure!

Easier said than done. She is soon faced with the complicated realities of living outside her bubble, and when self-doubt sneaks in, her new life starts to fall apart.

Shane comes to find that, with the right amount of courage and determination one can conquer anything. Throw in some fate and a touch of magic—the possibilities are endless.

Via Goodreads

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