ARC REVIEW| Hiss by Amaya Ash

Since the very first time I laid my eyes upon the cover of Hiss, I knew that the story was meant to be remembered. I wanted so bad to get a review copy, but as I was going through Amaya Ash’s website, I could not find any email address. I gave up hope a few days later, but then the author contacted me in hope of giving me a review copy! I was over the moon, and for a good reason! I finished the book in just a few hours, and now I cannot get over the story!

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Why I don’t have a TBR and the genres I read

Something I have always wanted to do is to have bookish discussions, and share insight on my reading. Today I am going to try just that. The topics I chose to discuss today are TBRs, and why my read isn’t as diverse as it could be. Why having a TBR doesn’t work for me? I […]

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ARC REVIEW| The Year Shakespeare Ruined My Life by Dani Jensen

Writing Quality 5/5, Character Development 4/5, ‘Couldn’t put it down’ – ness 5/5, Intellectual Depth 5/5, Diversity 5/5, Originality 5/5, Overall 4.8/5. I postponed reading The Year Shakespeare Ruined My Life for months, but as the publication date approached, I had no choice but to read the book. It took me around a week to get through, but if it weren’t for school work, I […]

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Rekindled Prophecy: Greylyn the Guardian Angel by KC Freeman

★★★★★ Character Development 9/10, Atmosphere 10/10, Writing Quality 9/10, Plot 9/10, Intrigue 9/10, Logic 10/10, Enjoyment 9/10, Overall 9.28/10 equals to 5\5 stars. I was able to find this book on BookSirens, and I managed to get a copy in exchange for an honest review. I read the synopsis and thought that this book is […]

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Performative Activism and All About It + Book Recommendations

With everything that is happening in America regarding the Black Lives Matter Movement, the LGBTQAI rights issue in Poland and Russia, people learnt the importance of voicing their opinions, but is what they’re doing real activism? Many people talk about what is happening at the moment, and usually, they do it through social media. But […]

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The Summer Reader Book Tag

In order to celebrate the summer that has just passed I want to make a seasonal book tag. I think that this is perfect for this time of year to do as the colder months are aproaching and I for one like to sometimes bring back the summery, beach feeling through books. So let’s get […]

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ARC REVIEW| Dear Girl by Aija Mayrock

Writing Quality 5/5, ‘Couldn’t put it down’ – ness 5/5, Intellectual Depth 5/5, Diversity 5/5, Originality 5/5, Overall 5/5. I’ve had this book on my NetGalley shelf for a while now, and I didn’t pick it up until the start of September. I don’t know why, but I am so happy I finally brought myself to read it. I don’t know what I was […]

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Why We Decided to Split Our Review Policy

Is it just I or my content is slowly becoming one big ass announcement about all of the changes on the blog? As you know, our blog has been through a lot of changes lately, and they never seem to stop. Since Daily Dose of Books was featured on The Book Blogger List, our views […]

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A day in the life of the Gilmore Girls – A reading and studying experience

I have recently restarted the Gilmore Girls TV show, and I am absolutely in love. I would have liked so much to be leaving in Star Hallow. Considering it’s the weekend, and that I have a lot of reading and studying to do considering I have just started university, what better time to have a […]

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Book Review| Goddess in the Machine by Lora Beth Jhonson

The last science fiction book I read was Cinder, and I finished it a while back. I enjoyed that one, and I thought I would like this one just as much. Truth be told, it was a good book, but I wouldn’t have read it if it wasn’t for the audiobook.

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