When Dimple Met Rishi – Review

I don't know if you've noticed but When Dimple Met Rishi was and still is everywhere on social media: Goodreads, Twitter, and specifically on Instagram. It seems like everyone is currently reading it - except for me, of course, because like usual, when I decide to pick up a popular book, the hype has worn off... Continue Reading →

We Are The Stars – Review

If you have followed my recent reviews, you may recall my blog posts about the "Here's To" series by Teagan Hunter. As a fan of her work, there was no doubt that I would pick up her recently published novella too. Being bored with life in general, Elliott is looking for an exciting adventure and... Continue Reading →

The Winner’s Curse – Review

What I admire most about YA dystopian authors is their massive imagination and their creations of new worlds, new societies, new rules and new ways of thinking. Nothing is impossible. Some dystopians focus on a new world and a society that was only recently formed as a result of a war that our current society... Continue Reading →

June Recap

Happy July book lovers! 5171 Miles Books achieved two exciting milestones in June. Our shared review of Edge of Regret was the 150th post to be published on this blog. On top of that, our Instagram account @5171milesbooks reached 1.2k a few days ago. Yay! Now it's time for our monthly recap! Here are the... Continue Reading →

The Over Duet – Review

The"Over Duet" which consists of Low over High and Ever over After was sitting on my kindle for what it seems like forever. I honestly don't know why I waited so long to pick those books up  because I really enjoyed them. Low Over High begins with an angsty, mysterious, yet powerful prologue of the... Continue Reading →

Wait for Me – Review

You all know by now how I love World War II novels, especially historical romance. When I saw Wait for Me on Instagram a few months ago, I knew I had to give it a try. I had never before read a YA historical romance, so I wasn't quite sure what to expect. I mostly... Continue Reading →

The Siren – Review

There were actually two reasons I bought this book last year in England: the first one was the cover. I know, "Don't judge a book by its cover!" but I couldn't leave Waterstones without buying this book. The second and much smaller reason was Kiera Cass, the author of this book. You probably all know... Continue Reading →

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