Holding On To What’s Important: THE LIBRARY OF LOST THINGS by Laura Taylor Namey

#MediaGalReads’ spoiler review of Laura Taylor Namey’s THE LIBRARY OF LOST THINGS

THE LIBRARY OF LOST THINGS by Laura Taylor Namey is a heartfelt contemporary that discusses the idea of family, mental health, and all things literary. I thankfully obtained this ARC from HarperCollins Publishers who kindly sent it to me via NetGalley for an honest review. Here is the summary and shortened review.

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Love Prevails: Spoiler Review of ORPHEUS GIRL by Brynne Rebele-Henry

#MediaGalReads’ spoiler review of Brynne Rebele-Henry’s ORPHEUS GIRL

ORPHEUS GIRL by Brynne Rebele-Henry is a heartbreaking yet hopeful story of two girls in love who must escape a conversion therapy camp as inspired by the story of Orpheus. I graciously obtained this ARC from Soho Teen who kindly sent it to me for an honest review.

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ARC Spoiler-Free Review: THE NEVER TILTING WORLD by Rin Chupeco

#MediaGalReads’ spoiler-free review of THE NEVER TILTING WORLD by Rin Chupeco

THE NEVER TILTING WORLD by Rin Chupeco is a great fantasy that focuses on climate change and how people can come together to save the world. This post DOES NOT CONTAIN SPOILERS.

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ARC Spoiler-Free Review: THE LIBRARY OF LOST THINGS by Laura Taylor Namey

#MediaGalReads’ spoiler-free review of THE LIBRARY OF LOST THINGS by Laura Taylor Namey

THE LIBRARY OF LOST THINGS by Laura Taylor Namey is a heartfelt contemporary that discusses the idea of family, mental health, and all things literary. This post DOES NOT CONTAIN SPOILERS.

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ARC Spoiler-Free Review: CRIER’S WAR by Nina Varela

#MediaGalReads’ spoiler-free ARC review of CRIER’S WAR by Nina Varela

CRIER’S WAR by Nina Varela is a really fantastic sci-fi fantasy featuring a F/F relationship. This post does not contain spoilers.

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Fashion and Fate: A Spoiler-Free Review of SPIN THE DAWN by Elizabeth Lim

#MediaGalReads spoiler-free review of the ARC, SPIN THE DAWN by Elizabeth Lim.

SPIN THE DAWN by Elizabeth Lim is a romantic and gorgeous book that is called Mulan meets Project Runway. Penguin Random House gave me the ARC via NetGalley for an honest review. This post DOES NOT CONTAIN SPOILERS.

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Magic, Science, and The French Revolution: Spoiler Review of ENCHANTÉE by Gita Trelease

#MediaGalReads’ spoiler review of ENCHANTEE by Gita Trelease

Gita Trelease’s ENCHANTÉE debuted on Feb. 5, 2019! I received an Advanced Reader’s Copy through NetGalley and Macmillan Flatiron Books and waited a week to make sure people were able to read it before I posted my full review.

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Spoiler Review of THE STAR-TOUCHED QUEEN by Roshani Chokshi

#MediaGalReads spoiler review of Roshani Chokshi’s THE STAR-TOUCHED QUEEN.

As THE GILDED WOLVES comes out tomorrow, I decided to write a review of THE STAR-TOUCHED QUEEN, the first in Roshani Chokshi’s duology. This post CONTAINS SPOILERS. Continue reading “Spoiler Review of THE STAR-TOUCHED QUEEN by Roshani Chokshi”

Spoiler-Free Review of THE STAR-TOUCHED QUEEN by Roshani Chokshi

#MediaGalReads spoiler-free review of Roshani Chokshi’s THE STAR-TOUCHED QUEEN.

As THE GILDED WOLVES comes out tomorrow, I decided to write a review of THE STAR-TOUCHED QUEEN, the first in Roshani Chokshi’s duology. This post DOES NOT CONTAIN SPOILERS. Continue reading “Spoiler-Free Review of THE STAR-TOUCHED QUEEN by Roshani Chokshi”

Media Gal’s Most Anticipated Books of January to March 2019

Media Gal Blog is ready to enter 2019! Here are the books I am looking forward to read that are released between January and March 2019.

2019! I am so ready for a new year. New years mean new beginnings, new opportunities, new books to read. After reading my favorite books in 2018, my 2019 list is ever-growing. From January to March, my list already comprises of more than 20 books. From fantasy to historical fiction to romance, here are the books I am looking forward to read in the first quarter of the year. Continue reading “Media Gal’s Most Anticipated Books of January to March 2019”