Book Review: “The only thing worse than me is you”

Recently, as in, 6am, I finished this lovely book that reimagines “Much Ado About Nothing” to a US school for geniuses.

Less recently, I’d fallen for the New Zealand-set-and-produced webseries “Nothing much to do” so I couldn’t help but see some parallels and imagine the cast in the book.

and NTMD’s Benedict and Beatrice? work fucking perfectly in this setting.

Benedict and Beatrice
Benedict and Beatrice from Nothing Much To Do

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Book Review: “Tonight the streets are ours”

Tonight the streets are ours’, by Leila Sales, tells the story of Arden, a girl whose selflessness once got her made into a doll with the tagline ‘recklessly loyal’, but at 17 those qualities are beginning to take their toll and when she finds herself questioning everything she turns to the internet and finds a website called ‘tonight the streets are ours’ where she finds what she hopes is a kindred spirit and decides to go on a roadtrip to meet them.

 

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