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The Canary Hotel consists of two tall, narrow, buildings, appearing mostly of glass that conjoin at the ground floor where the lobby and restaurant reside. We stay here every time he has a business trip in this part of the country, but I’ve never been able to like it. It’s expensive and modern, yet the rooms are small and almost all of the walls are glass; and although the views are amazing, it’s quite uncomfortable to think the world can look in on you as much as you can look out at it; and it’s so easy to see the rooms inside the other building across the way, and vice versa.

The full length sheer curtains helped only a little, not that I closed them, he preferred them open. The aesthetic overall was very cold and contemporary with sharp edged furniture, monochrome colours, and, as I mentioned, was very small. I was always surprised that a space that only fits a futon style bed with a low wooden mount, two night stands on either side, and a slim coffee table had such a hefty nightly price tag. The furniture did look lavish though, the bathroom too, and the carpet was very luxurious; I enjoyed the feel of it under my feet and between my toes.

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“After We Collided” Review
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Just like book one of this series, it was a great read! The character “Trevor” is interesting, very likable and I would like to see more of him in the books to follow. I felt Zed was going to be the hero of this story up until the last few chapters but he just seems sleazy and dishonest unfortunately. Once again Hardin is an asshole to Tessa about five thousand times and they maybe had a handful of purely nice moments together. Personally it feels very illogical and unrealistic for Tessa to want to stay in a relationship with Hardin because of the over whelming amount of horrible things he has done to her.

3 out of 5 stars.

“The Summer series” Review
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Oh Belly, this series was a fun read. I love the tradition they have every Summer to go to their beach house. Nothing like a summer at a beach to experience firsts, young love and great adventures to make lasting memories from. I felt a lack of depth from Conrad and too much desperation from Jeremiah. When Belly stared dating Jeremiah, I had wished that she would just stay with him and not go back to Conrad. I dislike the wishy washy, back and forth of Belly’s emotions towards both of them. I had a little bit of “The Kissing Booth” vibes from this series. I compared Belly to Elle, Conrad to Noah and Jeremiah to Lee. Also, R.I.P. Susannah, she was the absolute shinning light in this story!

4 out of 5 stars.

“Peaches” Review
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This book had a lot of friendship, adventure and a little romance. For me personally, I wish there was more romance in these books but the story itself was still very good. Also, it made me want to pick and eat a juicy ripe Peach directly from a Peach farm in Georgia.

4 out of 5 stars.

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A bespoke home nestled and perched atop a hill in the Oaks in Hollywood hills, the residence was born out of desire for highly considered design within a modest footprint. A perfect fusion of two worlds, old and new with industrial chic and old-world interiors. An impressive achievement that looks to the tradition of medieval Irish castle and incorporates it into a contemporary California lifestyle. A new and different nod to Case Study Houses as the house continues to further explore the ideological image of intersecting spatial realms and portrays a contemporary commanding presence a top the Hollywood hills.

“Paper Towns” Review
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FIRST REVIEW FROM 2O15:

I really enjoyed reading this, I just wish Margo could be comfortable being who she really is.. in Florida. It’s fun to travel but I can’t help but wish her and Q would be together and go to college together. Then have jobs that allowed them to travel while doing it or incorporate their careers into adventures and traveling! (ie.. writing, photography, etc.)

SECOND REVIEW FROM 2O19:

This book was so much fun, adventurous and romantic. I could almost feel the adrenaline coming from Q throughout the story. I found myself wishing I could experience life as Margo, if only for a day, while on one of her mysterious and fun escapades.

“Looking for Alaska” Review
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I first read this novel back in high school (2017/2018.) After reading this I realized that I now have a favorite book, and I’ve been obsessed ever since. I have re-read it many times and highlighted my favorite quotes through out it over the years. This book is not like any other and I am confident that it will stand the test of time for sure. All characters, despite their flaws, are lovable. I feel like these characters have a place inside of my brain that they live and pay rent. They will always be a part of me and my life is forever changed after reading this book. Because of this novel, I want to name a future daughter “Alaska.” The question on whether Alaska’s death was pure accident or from suicide will forever haunt me.

5 out of 5 stars.

“The Summer of Skinny Dipping” Review
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MY FIRST REVIEW FROM 2O15:

This book was amazing, Simon reminded me of Augustus from The Fault In Our Stars! They are both thoughtful, wise and confident. I wish Simon didn’t die. And I wish  more happened between Simon & Mia during the night of the glowing Phytoplankton! But overall amazing book!!

MY SECOND REVIEW FROM 2O19:

If you’re a fan of romance, adventure and tragedy then this is the book for you! From the Bioluminescence to the skinny dipping, this book is packed full of adventure and is the PERFECT Summer read. I’ve never wanted to take a vacation to the Hamptons so bad in my life. Not only is the writing in this novel great the story itself is so raw, emotional and refreshing. If you ever get a chance to read this book, you will NOT be disappointed.

4 out of 5 stars.

“The Fault In Our Stars” Review
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Speechless!
For real though, this book made me feel all the emotions. I laughed, cried and smiled. It’s brilliantly written and fun to read. This story gives you such an optimistic outlook despite the inevitable doom of dying from a terminal illness. This book was something that needed to be written and in out in the universe, because I know it has and still continues to touch souls around the world. I hope every family that has been touched with Cancer in some way, can look to this book and feel a sense of comfort afterwards.

5 out of 5 stars.