Ashley’ Adventures on the Internet | #8

 

BOOK GOOGLING-2

I take search terms people use that-2

 

*disclaimer: I have not altered these phrases. They are exactly as they appear on my stats page. These are search terms of real people*


“emoji for i hope so”

I am not sure I can help you out with this. I do not believe that they have captured the feeling of “I hope so” in an emoji yet, but I am sure once they do you will be the first person to use it.

“sad books similar to the fault in our stars”

If you are intentional seeking out sad and depressing books I will direct you to a number that can help you. I do not understand people that seek out “sad” books. Now I am not against sad book, but I don’t pick up a book just because it is sad, that seems so horrible. But since you are asking and probably like to hurt yourself in such ways I guess I will help you out. Some books I had read when I was younger that I don’t know if they are really around anymore but all have to deal with sickness, death, loss etc are any books by Lurlene McDaniel. They are some pretty sad and heartbreaking books. Another sad book that deals with sickness, but darker and a completely different feel from The Fault in Our Stars, but completely heartbreaking is A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness. The last book I am going to recommend is one that has a close feel to TFIOS and is terribly sad is Love and Other Unknown Variables by Shannon Lee Alexander. I hope that is helpful and that you spend some time watching some funny movies or something.

two reviews for a wonderlandiful world

Well I do not have two reviews for A Wonderlandiful World by Shannon Hale because I think it would be silly to write two reviews for a book. I do have ONE that you could check out and if you would like to see more I suggest you go to goodreads because it has loads of review options.

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