When Sophie receives a parcel from her best friend, Freya, she expects it to contain the reasons why Freya left town so suddenly, without explanation or even a goodbye. Instead, she finds a letter addressed to Win, a girl Freya barely knew - or so Sophie thought. As more letters are unveiled and addressed to more people on the periphery of Freya's life, Sophie and Win start to piece together who Freya truly was and why she left. Sometimes it's not about who's gone but about who they leave behind.
Camino lives for her father's visits to the Dominican Republic. But this year, on the day his plane is supposed to land, Camino finds herself at the airport surrounded by crowds of crying people. In New York City, Yahaira is called to the principal's office, where her mother is waiting to tell her that her hero, her father, has died in a plane crash. Separated by distance and Papi's secrets, the two sisters are forced to face a new reality where their lives have been forever altered.
Hello all, I am back again with yet another book haul. This month’s haul is quite a bit bigger than last months haul. I had a number of books on pre-order this month and also decided to treat myself to a couple. I will highlight in brackets next to any books if they were gifted. So, here is my May book haul.
Hello! Hope you are all well and keeping safe! As we all can probably guess, not a lot has happened this month. I’ve read a lot, been on walks, sat in the sun, baked a lot and even done some creative things! I’ve made the most of May in whatever way I could. Here is… Continue reading What Happened in May?
Hello all! Hope you are all well and keeping safe. I am back with another what I read this month post! In May I read a grand total of 12 books. This is the exact same amount of books I read last month and I can't believe it. I have a lot of thoughts I want to share on the book I read in May, so, I’m going to do mini reviews for a couple, mention others and declare my love for a couple. Here is what I read in May!
Sixteen-year-old Randy Kapplenoff loves spending his summers at Camp Outland, a camp for queer teens. Camp Outland is where he met his best friends, where he takes the stage in the big musical and it is where he fell for Hudson Aaronson-Lin. Hudson who is only into straight-acting guys and barely knows not-at-all-straight-acting Randy even exists.
After five years at secondary school spent with no friends, Peyton King starts sixth form determined things will be different. Whatever happens, she will make friends at any cost. When Peyton finds the friends she's always dreamed of, including am actual boyfriend and she is happier than ever. But, when they let her down in the worst way, Peyton is left worse off than when she started.