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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF LUCIJATHEREADER
Average engagement rate on the posts is around 2.40%. The average number of likes per post is 43 and the average number of comments is 2.
23.62% of the followers that engaged with lucijathereader regularly are from United States, followed by United Kingdom at 5.51% and Germany at 3.94%. In summary, the top 5 countries of lucijathereader's posts engager are coming from United States, United Kingdom, Germany, Portugal, Italy.
Lucijathereader loves posting about Film, Music & Books.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR LUCIJATHEREADER
AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF LUCIJATHEREADER
- United States 23.62 %
- United Kingdom 5.51 %
- Germany 3.94 %
- Portugal 3.94 %
- Italy 3.94 %
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☆BOOK REVIEW☆ Unconventional by Maggie Harcourt I would like to thank Usborne Publishing for providing me a copy of this book for a review. However, this doesn't affect my opinion in any way. Unconventional is a wonderful story where we follow the development of a hate to love relationship. Our main character, Lexi Angelo, is the daughter of Max Angelo, the founder of Angelo Events. Lexi grew up attending conventions and later on, helping her father with holding conventions. One day, she meets Aidan Green, a young author, but their relationship doesn't exactly start on a good note. Lexi wasn't expecting to fall in love, but she did. I read Unconventional right after Maggie Harcourt's The Last Summer of Us, which sadly I didn't like that much. I decided to give Maggie Harcourt's books another chance, and I'm so happy I did. Unconventional pleasantly surprised me. I love Maggie Harcourt's romance development in both her novels I've read. She writes about romance in a very realistic way, but at the same time it's very cute and makes you feel so warm. In Unconventional we can see the highlights, but also the low points of Lexi and Aidan's relationship. I connected with the characters very easily. They were all described as very warm, supportive friends. I liked Lexi as a character, although I think at one point she made a huge mistake. She is obviously used to things being perfect, so much that she can't stand little things in her relationship being imperfect. It seemed almost as if she didn't even consider trying to work things out. That is probably the only thing that bothered me with Lexi. The plot was very fun, easy to read, and what I liked the most, it was unpredictable. I'll admit, I enjoyed reading Unconventional more than I expected to. While it certainly wasn't anything that blew my mind, it was still a very enjoyable, light read. Maybe it would've been fun if we could've also seen Aidan part of the story, his perspective. Also, I would really like to see where the story goes; what happened to the characters? how did the whole Peacekeepers thing develop? Overall, Unconventional is a lovely book. Great characters and storyline. It's a solid 4/5☆
I reviewed the Last Summer of Us. A story of three best friends, each of them dealing with their own family problems. They decide to go on a roadtrip, since this summer could possibly be their last summer together. If you would like to read the review, it is linked in my bio. Unfortunately, this book just didn't sit right with me. But, I saw the potential in Maggie Harcourt's writing so I started Unconventional, hopefully it won't dissapoint. I would like to thank Usborne Publishing for providing me a copy of The Last Summer of Us for a review! #maggieharcourt #thelastsummerofus #yalit #books #bookstagram #bookworm
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I just reviewed The Raven's Tale by Cat Winters! I liked it a lot. It is a story about Edgar Allan Poe in his teen years. It's great for readers who like darker stories, and of course, for fans of Edgar Allan Poe. I'm not posting the full review on Instagram since it's too long, but if you want to check out my review of this book on Goodreads, I will put a link in my bio. Also, add me on Goodreads if you haven't. 😊 Also, I would like to thanks @abramschronicle for providing me a copy of this beauty for a review! #yalit #catwinters #theravenstale #books #bookworm #bookstagram
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☆BOOK REVIEW☆ Full Disclosure by Camryn Garrett In Full Disclosure, our main character, Simone, is a black teen adopted by gay parents. Aside from that, she is born HIV positive. All those things make her life really hard, and she has always been afraid that she would scare people away if they found about her disease. Luckily, she finds a caring boyfriend, and great friends. But, she gets blackmailed and that's where it goes downhill. Simone is the main character who sets a great example: she's intelligent, funny, passionate about musicals, and most importantly, a loving friend, girlfriend and daughter. About the other characters, I couldn't help but notice how much character growth there was! But among all characters, my least favorite was Jesse. While Claudia got on my nerves in the beginning, claiming that Simone just can't be bisexual, like she knows, Jesse just relied on his tragic past to make himself a good person. Talking about my favorite character, it's hard for me to decide between Simone's fathers. They've both been through so much, and I can tell that they love Simone so so much, their relationship is so adorable. The plot was overall very interesting, but there's something that I disliked: in the beggining, I had a feeling that I'm reading a common high-school drama. It's okay though, because it turned out to be a lot more than just a high-school drama. The writing was good, easy to read, and there was a lot of communication between characters. To summarize, the book is very enjoyable, and it speaks about important issues that range from racism to human ignorance. 4,5/5☆ Also, big thank you to Penguin UK for providing me a copy of this book for a review. However, this doesn't affect my opinion. #books #bookworm #bookreview #camryngarrett #fulldisclosure #yalit
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☆BOOK REVIEW☆ Village Of Scoundrels by Margi Preus Village Of Scoundrels speaks about a very important topic; World War II. People definitely aren't educated about such an important event in history as much as they should be. Each war really teaches us how it doesn't bring humanity good things, only suffering and so much unnecessary hatred. What I love about this book is how interesting it is, especially because it is based off a real story from WW II. The plot is very interesting, has a lot of action and is very hard to put down. The characters are amazing and inspiring, each of them in their own way. But, I definitely have a favorite character, and it is Jules. It is heartbreaking that he had to spend his childhood the way he did, worrying whether he would survive the war. I also think it is amazing how much he cares about his friends. What I also like about this book is the fact that the vocabulary the author used is so wide. English is not my first language so, to me, it was incredibly helpful how many new words I learned. The only thing about the story that I didn't like: parts of it were kind of complicated so I had to really concentrate on what I was reading. Overall, an amazing read, very educational but also entertaining. 4.5/5☆ #yalit #books #bookworm #margipreus #villageofscoundrels
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