When a fictional life is almost too realistic and I can’t handle the friendship goals | And A Happy new Year? by Holly Bourne

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Today brings to you a mini review, in the form of Holly Bourne’s …And A Happy New Year?

Only a short review, because this is a novella. And with only 200 pages, there’s only so much I can say. Though believe me, with how much I adore this series, I could fangirl for a long while.

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Let’s talk about …And A Happy New Year?

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Title: …And A Happy New Year?

Author: Holly Bourne

Publisher: Usborne

Series Status: Final novella – comes after the Spinster Club series

Genre: Young Adult, Contemporary

Number of Pages:  200

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Finding more about the past and future of our beloved squad in…Stars Above by Marissa Meyer

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I FINALLY READ THIS BOOK LET’S SHOUT OUR THANKS TO THE HEAVENS AND SING HALLELUJAH!

Seriously though. I only needed to read this book to finish the Lunar Chronicles series. It took me months, but finally FINALLY I’M DONE.

Which is funny really, considering this was one of my top priorities/anticipates releases and yet when I got it…nope. But here we are today.

Since this is a novella bind-up, the review will be slightly different. I’ll give a rating for each individual novella with a couple of sentences, then at the end give an overall summary and rating. 

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Let’s talk about Stars Above!

(P.S. Sorry for the lousy photo. Darn you, artificial yellow lighting)

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Title: Stars Above

Author: Marissa Meyer

Publisher: Feiwel and Friends

Series Status: A novella bind-up companion to The Lunar Chronicles, to be read after Winter

Genre: Young Adult, SciFi, Fairytale Retelling

Number of Pages:  369

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Fairest by Marissa Meyer

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*All reviews I write are spoiler free*

Another bonus review for this week!

I started and finished this on Friday – well, technically I finished it on Saturday morning because I unintentionally stayed up until 1:30am reading it. Which means I can actually read Winter next month! *happy dance*

So let’s talk about Fairest!

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Title: Fairest

Author: Marissa Meyer

Publisher: Square Fish – Imprint of Macmillan)

Series Status: Book 3.5 of The Lunar Chronicles (novella between the 3rd and 4th book)

Number of Pages: 220

My Rating: 3.5/5 stars

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