Bullet Book Reviews

Bullet Book Review #4: Where She Went

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Where She Went
by Gayle Forman
4☆

● i have a physical copy
○ read an e-version, will definitely purchase physical book
○ read an e-version, a physical book will be appreciated
○ read an e-version, not interested in its physical book
○ a page-turner
● less than 500 pages
○ diverse in any way
● something’s lacking
● took me a long time to finish
○ an LMAO read
○ i laughed more than a few times
○ it’s j u s t awkward
● gave me goosebumps
○ one of the best books i’ve read
● painful & sad
○ tear-jerker
○ a roller-coaster of emotions
○ thrilling
○ confusing
○ sooo relatable
● it is kind of annoying
● it has a lot of flashbacks
○ it moved me
○ would recommend!
○ great even for a reread
○ definitely a YAY
○ i’m sorry it’s a NAY
● it’s between YAY and NAY

Favorite character: Adam

P L U S
It is better than its first book (If I Stay) maybe because it was Adam’s POV and not Mia’s. I really think that If I Stay should just be a chapter on Where She Went, it is so short and so plot-less. But anyway, I finished the duology. I cried on book 1 and gave it 4 stars because of the whole being left alone thing while the book 2 has 4 stars since definitely got me saying “WHYY?!” the whole time. It’s worth your time but if you’re not good with sad, slow stories then it’s not the best pick for you.

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eARC Bullet Reviews

eARC Bullet Review #1: Sherlock Sam and the Sinister Letters in Bras Basah

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This is not in any way an official book cover.

Sherlock Sam and the Sinister Letters in Bras Basah
by AJ Low
5☆

○ i have a physical copy
○ read an e-version, will definitely purchase physical book
● read an e-version, a physical book will be appreciated
○ read an e-version, not interested in its physical book
● a page-turner
● less than 500 pages
○ diverse in any way
○ something’s lacking
○ took me a long time to finish
○ an LMAO read
● i laughed more than a few times
○ it’s j u s t awkward
○ gave me goosebumps
● one of the best books i’ve read
○ painful & sad
○ tear-jerker
○ a roller-coaster of emotions
○ thrilling
○ confusing
○ sooo relatable
○ it is kind of annoying
○ it has a lot of flashbacks
○ it moved me
○ would recommend!
● great even for a reread
● definitely a YAY
○ i’m sorry it’s a NAY
○ it’s between YAY and NAY

What made me read this? 
The fact that it is under Children Fiction and the name “Sherlock” captured me. 

Did I regret reading this?:
I was hesitant at first because this is my first eARC read (approved request) but I chose this over the three other books and no regrets at all!

Plus:
This is the third book and there’s a high chance I might read the other four! I know everyone reads YA and such but books like these are great for relaxing. Fun fact: I started reading because of Nancy Drew then I liked A Series of Unfortunate Events before reading YAs and such. Reading this book really unleashed the child in me!

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The Unique Blogger Award

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