The concept is interesting. A Tudor Turk is set in Istanbul in 1591, and follows the story of Will and Awa. It's unusual to find historical YA novels, but after enjoying A Gentleman's Guide to Vice and Virtue, I can really see how the idea works.
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When a book has you waking up at five in the morning to finish it, you know it's a good book. It doesn't happen often to me any more - the last book that did this to me was Outside by Sarah Ann Jukes. And to be quite honest with you, I didn't expect it from this book.
Within the first page, I was in love with this book. I love how Holly Bourne's books don't rely on romance to move the plot, and that is why she is one of my favourite authors.
The first time I ever read this book, I DNF'd it at about halfway through. I bought it just after it was released from a little bookshop in Cornwall, desperate to read it after all of the positive reviews I had seen all over social media.
This is a backlog review, meaning I read this either before starting to blog or it got lost somewhere along the hectic journey of blogging.…