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comment 29 star 1,758 February 2018

Book 41 of 2015!
this "series" is my ultimate summer read! and lola seems fitting since i too am a theater worker! ๐Ÿ˜Š loved loved loved anna and lola definitely did not disappoint! #nowtogetmyhandsonisla #booksof2015 #booklove #islaandtheboynextdoor #lolaandcricket #stephanieperkins #cinemalife #5stars #booksandpopcorn #cinemalife

comment 0 star 12 August 2015

“i smile up at him. "it's beautiful. but what comes next?"

"the best part." and he pulls me back into his arms. "the happily ever after.”
today i’m off to spend as portion of the day with @bookchelle because we’re seeing stephanie perkins. i can’t wait to hear her talk about tsiyh and to get a finished copy in my greedy hands.
what is your favorite book from stephanie?
{#annaandthefrenchkiss #lolaandtheboynextdoor #islaandtheboynextdoor #stephanieperkins #bibliophile #bookstagram #igreads #vscobooks #bookoftheday #bookwormboutique}

comment 27 star 447 October 2017

"green is the prime color of the world, and that from which its loveliness arises." keep calm and go green!๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿ’š
thank you to my lovely friend @freareadsandcoffee for the #coloredbooks tag. love ya f.ship๐Ÿ˜˜
if i tagged you, go for color blue ๐Ÿ’™. have fun guys! ๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜
furthermore, please check these beautiful accounts: @j.k.reading @kmbooks24 @imaginativepages @chapterswelove @my_little_book_shelf & @faeofnightcourt.
i will mention next time, my other fave bookstagrammerssss๐Ÿค—๐Ÿค—๐Ÿค—
enjoy your day everyone!!!!
hi baby @cfeecup, have a great day!!!
#waterforelephants #fangirl #islaandtheboynextdoor #graceling #coloredbooks #greenbooks #bookstagram #bookhoarder #bookphoto #bookjunkie #bookchallenge #bookaholic #bookworm #bookcovers

comment 37 star 447 October 2016

This was a very dangerous picture to take. how do you #bookstagrammers take brilliant spine photos without books tumbling over? i love sprite and i don't care who knows it.
anyway, there was no lab in paleontology today so i was a bit bummed but it gave me time to finally finished re jane!! i loved this novel so much! i loved jane and how she eventually handled all of her problems. sometimes you just have to go through your mistakes to realise them for yourself. she frustrated me sometimes but eventually she came to her senses. her contrasting lives in new york and seoul were both enjoyable to read and if you're asian american, you'll see that her experiences are truly familiar. i loved the ending. ๐Ÿ˜also, the historical context of 9/11 was important to me as it took me back to where i was when the twin towers fell; i was young and still growing up whereas jane was in her twenties trying to figure things out about herself and where she came from. her uncle sang is my favourite character even though he's loud and overbearing. he's one of the familiar ones. ๐Ÿ˜‚ also, this was a most interesting retelling of jane eyre--it's modern and relatable. plus, it was hella funny.
i bought two books yesterday with my b&n voucher. i've been meaning to read isla for ages but i was so put off by lola when it was released that i wasn't sure if i'd like isla. anna is still number one in my heart but lola, the character and the novel, was always trying too hard to be different. you have purple wigs... okay, i'm not impressed by how many times she had to mention just how strange she thought she was. the bookstore finally had the paperback of isla so i read the first chapter and was hooked! this caption's long enough so i hope you all have a nice rest of your weekend!

comment 2 star 92 July 2016

#swoonyfictionmarch day 10- top 5 male characters... i just couldn't do it. but here are my top 10! i ๐Ÿ’• the boys from #redrising #theboneseason #illmeetyouthere #divergent #undertheneversky #acotar #thewinnerscurse #howtolove #islaandtheboynextdoor #article ---------------------------------------------------------------------

comment 5 star 42 March 2016

Can you guess which book this is??

comment 3 star 104 January 2016