You know that feeling when you’ve met someone that you know you like? That racing-heart, sweaty-palms, I-think-I-might-be-in-love feeling? I think I just…fell in love with a book?
Rainbow Rowell’s Simon Snow series is probably one of my favourite YA series out there. It’s got a little bit of everything: magic, adventure, LGBTQ+ romance and it’s got some cool Harry Potter vibes too. If you’re new to the Simon Snow series, I can’t recommend Carry On enough. It’s a must-read for HP and Rainbow Rowell fans.
I’m just going to say it: I am in love with this book. This book needs to be a series so that I don’t have to say goodbye to these awesome, lovable characters yet. Tokyo Ever After was blurbed as an #Own Voices triumph inspired by The Princess Diaries, which is one of the reasons that I picked this book up. I’m a sucker for the normal-girl-is-actually a princess narrative. So this book was highly anticipated for me and did not disappoint.
Some people say that comparing the movie to the book isn’t fair. So why do we do it? Why is it that the movie never quite stacks up?
Who doesn’t love a good reading list to get excited about something cool? Since Pride is officially here, I’ll be releasing a few different reading lists–one for each age group.
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