The Importance of Young Adult Literature | LibroLiv

It’s an ongoing conversation. Is YA worthwhile? Respectable? Important? Is reading The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins as impressive as reading The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood?

There are so many arguments surrounding the validity of YA literature. Today, I wanted to put forward my views on this topic…

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Rereading “Fangirl” 4 Years Later | LibroLiv

I first read this book in 2014. Four years later, this is my third reading of Fangirl. I rate it 5 out of 5 stars each and every time.

However, though it’s an old favourite of mine, I’ve never actually dedicated a post to Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell. I reviewed Carry On, Landline, and even Kindred Spirits – but never Fangirl.

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Bookish Confessions | LibroLiv

We all have secrets. Things we don’t usually share. Things we may be a little ashamed of. Certainly, there are things I haven’t shared with you all on this blog. Dark things. Sinister things. Ominous bookish habits that you may condemn me for…

OK, enough with the dramatics. Today, I’m going to be confessing all of my bookish wrongdoings, misgivings, sins. I hope you don’t hate me for this!

(…But most of all, I hope some of you relate!)

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Time for a Book Haul! | LibroLiv

I recently received *a certain book* in the post, and my mind jumped to hauling it on this here blog before I realised I don’t have any other books to haul… However, in this case, a little absence from LibroLiv in recent months is not a bad thing, as it means I can haul all my recent book purchases! So sit down, relax, enjoy this list of books I have recently acquired, and perhaps find some you’re interested in, too!

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