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Gabi's Book Reviews

ARC Review: Once Upon A Quinceañera

Once Upon A Quinceañera by Monica Gomez-Hira follows Carmen, a teen who has to finish a summer internship as a Disney princess for children's parties to be able to finally get her high school diploma. The internship is required and... Continue Reading →

2020 Releases On My TBR For 2021

Lots of exciting books came out last year, but unfortunately I didn't get to all the ones I wanted to read. I have a terrible habit of buying books and then letting them sit on my shelf for eternity. Here... Continue Reading →

My Favorite 2020 Releases

Happy end of 2020, everyone! So far, I've read 143 books this year, many of which were new releases. Narrowing it down to the handful that I enjoyed the most was difficult, but these books really stood out for me.... Continue Reading →

5 Christmas Romance Novellas

Are you looking for a short and sweet Christmas story to read? Winter is here and, while I'm sure many of us would love to enjoy fun holiday events, the safest thing to do right now is stay home and... Continue Reading →

Miss Meteor: A Beautiful YA About Belonging

Miss Meteor by Tehlor Kay Mejia and Anna-Marie McLemore follows former best friends Lita Perez and Chicky Quintanilla. Everything in their small New Mexico town revolves around the Miss Meteor pageant. The pageant and the town are named after the... Continue Reading →

What Reading Latinx Means to Me

I hope everyone is having a great Latinx Heritage Month! Today I want to talk a little about the Latinx books that have effected me the most and what being part of the Latinx book community means to me. Ever... Continue Reading →

Furia: A Beautiful Contemporary Argentinian YA

Furia by Yamile Saied Méndez follows Camila Hassan, an Argentine girl living a double life. Her parents believe she's on track to be a doctor, but in reality she's La Furia, a fierce soccer player with dreams of playing internationally.... Continue Reading →

Blazewrath Games: A Compelling Puerto Rican YA Fantasy

Blazewrath Games by Amparo Ortiz follows Lana Torres a girl obsessed with the Blazewrath World Cup. She dreams of being on the Puerto Rican team for the international sport and a chance encounter with a dragon leads to that dream... Continue Reading →

Shine: A Review of Jessica Jung’s Debut Novel

Shine by Jessica Jung follows Rachel Kim, a 17-year-old Korean-American K-pop trainee. She trains under DB Entertainment, a huge label known for hugely popular stars. It has been her dream to be a K-pop star since she was a small... Continue Reading →

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