I’m keeping this one to a quick mini-review because, frankly, I don’t have much that’s interesting to say. I have
As one of my most anticipated July releases, the much-hyped Grace and Fury was especially disappointing to dislike. I waffled for a long time about
It wasn’t until I was sat down to read FORESHADOW introductory issue that I realized I had never read a YA short story before.
I picked this one up on a whim and I am so glad that I did; From Twinkle, With Love was an absolute delight.
After The Astonishing Color of After (which was amazing, btw) I wanted a quick read that’d be a little less brutally real and a little
Was it spectacular? No. Did I laugh until I cried (as I did with the first Ant-Man)? Unfortunately, no. Was I incredibly happy to see
It took me several weeks to get through The Astonishing Color of After, not because I was bored, but because the prose was so rich
My goodness, Feyre. This is becoming a rather troubling pattern for you, isn’t it? The second book in the Court of
Browsing through YA trilogies, I spotted The Lone City, described in a blurb as Handmaid’s Tale meets The Selection. Yes, you read right. The Handmaid’s
I guess Marie Lu just isn’t my thing. As with Legend, the blurb made this series sound like something I’d love. The opening chapters of
Here’s all you need to know about A Court of Thorns and Roses: it’s a high fantasy retelling of Beauty and the Beast, it moves
I’ll be honest, I almost dumped this book halfway through, but I’m really glad I didn’t. Love, Hate, and Other Filters isn’t quite like any
If I had heard the premise of this book beforehand, I probably never would have picked it up, so I’m grateful
Even if you haven’t read much Young Adult lit, you’ve already read this story. If you have read a lot of YA,
If you’re interested in YA lit, you’re likely already following the wildly popular Red Queen series, the final installment of
This book has guts. It goes hard or it goes home. This is not your tiptoeing-around-YA-clichés sort of novel. This book slams a foot on