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June 2019 BOTM Unboxing!

https://youtu.be/5SqBvy5K2LY   I'm back with another Book of the Month unboxing! Check out the books I selected! If you would like to join Book of the Month Club, use my affiliate link to save money and get a free book! https://www.mybotm.com/kxn72rm0wleuerk9

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Gaming · Reviews

A Plague Tale: Innocence | Xbox One Review

A Plague Tale: Innocence took me completely by surprise, in the best way possible. From trailer and gameplay footage I had watched, Asobo Studios' latest game seemed like a solid stealth experience set in an intriguing world. It is both of those, and so much more. It's a heartbreaking, brutal, yet beautiful story about love, family,… Continue reading A Plague Tale: Innocence | Xbox One Review

Books · Reviews

Good Omens by Terry Pratchett & Neil Gaiman | Book Review

I'm super excited for Amazon's upcoming series starring David Tennant and Michael Sheen, so I was keen to read the source material. The concept is brilliant: an angel and a demon named Aziraphale and Crowley, respectively, are determined to stop the Apocalypse from occurring on one particular Saturday. Heaven and Hell are preparing for a… Continue reading Good Omens by Terry Pratchett & Neil Gaiman | Book Review

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Strangers Assume My Girlfriend Is My Nurse by Shane Burcaw | Book Review

Shane Burcaw's third novel is simply his best to date. This collection of personal essays is genuinely funny, informative, sweet, and intelligent. I loved being more educated about Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA) and thought Burcaw's writing style and personality have become significantly more fleshed out and witty. Reading Strangers Assume My Girlfriend Is My Nurse feels like… Continue reading Strangers Assume My Girlfriend Is My Nurse by Shane Burcaw | Book Review

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Normal People by Sally Rooney | Book Review

I was so hyped to read this book after seeing all the rave reviews and reading the synopsis. Sadly, I was left underwhelmed. The plot centers on two individuals, Connell and Marianne, who have known each other since their early school days. Connell's mother works for Marianne's family, and they soon become friends with benefits.… Continue reading Normal People by Sally Rooney | Book Review