In The Sheets Review - Sweet Reads Box*

In The Sheets Review - Sweet Reads Box*

This is an #InTheSheets review of Sweet Reads Box as they were kind enough to send me October's box for review! Sweet Reads is one of the most delightful boxes I have ever received, and definitely my favourite bookish box to date. To top it off, this is a Canadian subscription service, which is a breath of fresh air. The vast majority seem to be American and, with exchange rates, we end up paying almost double for them in Canada. 

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In The Sheets Review - Turtles All The Way Down by John Green*

In The Sheets Review - Turtles All The Way Down by John Green*

Turtles All The Way Down is the latest YA Contemporary from best selling author, John Green. While John has written many critically acclaimed books, from Paper Towns to The Fault in Our Stars, this is the first opportunity I've personally had to dive into one, and wasn't totally sure what to expect.

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In The Sheets Review - The Child Finder by Rene Denfeld*

In The Sheets Review - The Child Finder by Rene Denfeld*

Sometimes you pick up a book to read, it's well written, it's a fun concept, you enjoy the book, but you're always aware of the fact that you're reading. You check the page numbers to see how far you've read and how far you have to go. How far will you be until you're halfway? 172 pages, you can knock that out before bed!

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In The Sheets September Wrap-up and Giveaway!

In The Sheets September Wrap-up and Giveaway!

September was the start of a lot of things for In The Sheets. We officially launched our new website, we announced the In The Sheets podcast, recorded the first episode, booked  a lot of future guests, and read a hell of a lot of books!

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In The Sheets Review - From Here to Eternity by Caitlin Doughty*

In The Sheets Review - From Here to Eternity by Caitlin Doughty*

This is a book I have been waiting an eternity for (I'm not even sorry for that pun). I've been a supporter of Caitlin's since she had just a few hundred subscribers (now 200,000+ and growing) on her YouTube channel, "Ask a Mortician".

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In The Sheets Review - The Punch Escrow by Tal. M. Klein

In The Sheets Review - The Punch Escrow by Tal. M. Klein

Written by Tal M. Klein, The Punch Escrow is his very first novel as well as the first novel under Geek and Sundry. As a nerd, as well as a Geek And Sundry fan, I was very pleasantly surprised to hear it was under their stamp and that they were doing books now. This one in particular was a great first choice and I can see why it won it's Ink Shares contest.

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In The Sheets Review - Nevermoor #1 by Jessica Townsend*

In The Sheets Review - Nevermoor #1 by Jessica Townsend*

Whimsically Wonderus.

Where to being with Nevermoor? So often we hear books being compared to other series as "the next big thing. No, really! It's just like <insert your favourite book series>". We then nod politely, roll our eyes, think nothing could ever be the next <insert your favourite book series> and continue about our day.

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In The Sheets Review - Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine

In The Sheets Review - Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine

I picked up Eleanor Oliphant as soon as it was released and read it in one sitting, but am just now getting around to actually reviewing it. I initially thought the concept sounded lovely needed a book with a cat on the cover for a reading challenge. Win win.

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