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Three Hallows Book Club August Post: 5 Reasons To Read The Paper & Hearts Society by Lucy Powrie

So this month, the book that we all have been reading The Paper & Hearts Society by Lucy Powrie. Instead of doing a full book review, here are five reasons why you should read the book... Number 5:  Great For The Summer Even though summer is on its way out, The Paper & Hearts Society is perfect for this time of year with the summery plotline based around road trips. If not I can still picture myself curling around the fire wishing that I could reread the book again.  Number 4: It's funny The book tackles some really hard-hitting issues such as toxic friendships and bullying which I definitely did not expect when I first read heard about it about, but it handles the issues really well. I feel like to counter this, Lucy does incorporate some humour into the book. At YALC, she said that it was writing what she thought was funny in the book and it definitely paid off as I found myself laughing throughout. Number 3: The Characters So there are a lot of characters in TPA

Three Hallows Book Club July Post: All The Lonely People by David Owen

So I have had a rough couple of months mentally that great so I'm behind on the Three Hallows post although I actually read it last month and spoiler alert I loved it. Anyway here's the review...  *I am reviewing this book which I was gifted for free by Hot Key Books in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts are my own. * Title: All The Lonely People  Author: David Owen  Publisher: Atom Source: Bought/NetGalley  Rating: 5/5 stars ( Amazon | Goodreads ) Book Summary: Everyone tells Kat that her online personality - confident, funny, opinionated - isn't her true self. Kat knows otherwise. The internet is her only way to cope with a bad day, chat with friends who get all her references, make someone laugh. But when she becomes the target of an alt-right trolling campaign, she feels she has no option but to Escape, Delete, Disappear. All the Lonely People  is a timely story about online culture that explores the experience of loneli