Colour Me In by Lydia Ruffles

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I deserve to be locked up for how long it has taken me to write this review – especially considering that Lydia recommended me as a reviewer… but, now that I am reviewing it, can I just say how phenomenal this story is!! With some similar themes to Lydia’s first book The Taste of Blue Light, Colour Me In is a YA book focused on male mental health that blew. my. mind.

I received this book from Hodder in return for an honest review.

 

This book contains discussions of mental health issues such as depression & feelings of suicide throughout,
as well as scenes of a sexual nature.

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Favourite Reads of 2017

Best Reads of 2017
It seems only logical that one of my first posts of 2018 is one that gives a shout-out to all of my favourite reads of 2017; when I first decided I was going to do this post I thought I would only include 10 books, but as it turns out there are 20 books that I just have to put on this list. Despite probably being able to comfortably say which books are my top 3 reads of the year, I’ve decided to list the books in order of author names just so I don’t get stressed out trying to decide where each would go on a chronological list of enjoyment.

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The Taste of Blue Light by Lydia Ruffles

The Taste of Blue LightThe Taste of Blue Light sucked me in straight away & I was totally enthralled in the book right until the last word; the mental illness representation in this book was incredible & Lydia Ruffles deserves an award for it. This book is really educational & I want everyone to read it.

I was sent an eARC of this book from the publisher in return for an honest review.

Trigger Warning: this book contains discussion of mental illness & trauma in great detail.

Some minor spoilers.

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