Lauren Blogs About Books
A Book Review!

I’ve reviewed Room by Emma Donoghue. It is a very very excellent book by a really nice woman (I can say this because I’ve met her!!! Well, sat in the very small auditorium at my school and watched her give a talk).

Click here to read the whole review!

Don’t forget that you can follow that blog and find out when I write reviews right away! 

And don’t forget that I’m looking for someone to write a book review for me!  You can email me at laurenblogsaboutbooks@gmail.com if you would like to write a book review. I can do the formatting and add the picture of the book and the link to the amazon store. All you have to do is read a book and write what you liked about it! Easy as pie! 

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Hey look! I wrote a book review (finally!) 

This time it is Bumped by Megan McCafferty.

Click here to read it!

reblogging because I’m excited to be writing book reviews again. Don’t forget you can follow the actual blog as well to be notified of new posts sooner than this!

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YAY! A new book review.

Sisterhood Everlasting by Ann Brashares.

An amazing book and a good conclusion to the fantastic series.

Review can be found right here.

And you can follow that blog too so that you can read all the reviews when they’re posted! (also I’m probably going to do a contest type deal sometime this summer and that’s where I’ll post about it)

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I read Divergent by Veronica Roth and it was pretty darn good.

I wrote a review of the book here which you can read if you’d like.

Also, don’t forget that you can follow that blog so that you can find out right away when I post a new book review.

Also if you’d like to write a review of a book as a guest reviewer or whatever, feel free to send me a message here or an email at laurenblogsaboutbooks@gmail.com (and I’d love someone to write a guest post. I can only read so fast)

The Future of Us by Jay Asher and Carolyn Mackler

It was an enjoyable read. It wasn’t the spectacular and thought-provoking novel like Jay Asher’s Thirteen Reasons Why was, but it was well-written with enjoyable and realistic characters. I really enjoyed the wonderful references to the technology in 1996. 

Click here for the full review.

Such a good book. I highly recommend reading this if you somehow already haven’t.

I also talk a little bit about the book club I was in and how my mother pretty much ruined the entire story for me.

The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake by Aimee Bender had such promise to be a good book (by promise I mean it had such a pretty cover), but it didn’t really deliver on that. It was alright. The characters were okay, and the premise of the story was alright, but there wasn’t much plot.

You can read my full review here.

The Invention of Hugo Cabret is such a great story. I loved how it was told mostly through pictures, but both the text that was there and the illustrations were completely necessary to the story. Nothing felt out of place.

It was also one of the most true-to-story book to movie adaptations I have seen in a long time. I highly highly recommend this book.

You can read my full review of it here.

Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins is probably one of my favourite books for many silly little reasons. You can read about why here.

Also, I’m thinking of doing a giveaway of just something small once I reach about 10 followers, so if you’re interested, follow my blog for more information!

Lola and the Boy Next Door - Stephanie Perkins


I borrowed this book from the library on the weekend and have since finished it. I really enjoyed the book, especially the parts that tie the author’s first novel into this story. It’s definitely one I would read again. You can read my full review here.