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I know that I’ve done a video before on fitting in but this time I decided to relate it back to a few anime. The anime I chose were Peach Girl, Ouran High School Host Club, and Paradise Kiss. So check it out and let me know if you can relate and what you think.
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So I’m back with another book review and this time it’s on the book Eliza & Her Monsters.
This book is about a girl named Eliza who started a web comic named Monsterous Sea that is very popular. Well one day Eliza meets Wallace who is the most popular fanfic writer of Monsterous Sea. This turns her world upside down since no one knows who the author of Monsterous Sea is because Eliza keeps her identity secret. Now Eliza has to decide if she tells who she is or will she be found out before she has the chance.
This was a great book to read from beginning to end and it was great to see how the main character Eliza showed growth throughout the series. Eliza starts off not really talking to anyone in her school and people look at her as an outsider, she doesn’t really talk to her family, and the only friends she has are online. But once she meets Wallace she starts to definitely branch out more when it comes to friends and as the series progress a certain event causes her to start to get closer to her family.
It was great to see that kind of growth in character and in a lot of ways it’s very relatable for teenagers especially in this day and age. I think many of you will enjoy this book and I definitely recommend reading it.