It’s late in the day but this review is going up on time!! I’m super into this series, it’s very unique & the writing is hard not to get caught up in; Weave of Love was a bit of a gap filler but I was still hooked & never wanted to put the book down. Get in on this series y’all.
I was sent this book to review as part of a blog tour organised by Rachel’s Random Resources.
⚠️ Discussions of the death of a child ⚠️
Becoming is the first audiobook I have listened to in literal years & it’s helped me fall back in love with listening to stories… it’s also the first audiobook I’ve listened to that I hadn’t previously read. Basically, Becoming by Michelle Obama was a wonderful experience for so many reasons – but mainly because… Michelle Obama.
⚠ This book contains discussions of racism & sexism, as well as discussions of miscarriage ⚠
This book totally consumed me – most ballet-based books do, but it was more than just the ballet that captured me in Bright Burning Stars… the toxic friendship felt familiar & the mental health representation made me feel seen as I’ve been struggling myself recently. I am obsessed with this book & it’s one of my favourites of 2019.
I was sent this book by The Fantastic Flying Book Club in return for an honest review.
⚠️ Anorexia (body dysmorphia?), grief, drug use, scenes of a sexual nature, abortion ⚠️