ENTHRALLED is an anthology of paranormal YA stories that I bought years ago but never got around to reading. Until now. And I’m glad I did because overall this anthology was so much fun. There’s such a wide range of stories, featuring all kinds of paranormal creatures and characters. Read more »
You know when you go to get your headphones out of your bag and they are all tangled and you have to untangle them, and it’s super satisfying when you get that glorious mess in order? That’s what reading BLUE LILY, LILY BLUE by Maggie Stiefvater is like: Read more »
I really like doing tags (when I get the time) so after Chiara from Books for a Delicate Eternity tagged me to do this, I just had to! Read more »
Contemporary YA is really impressing me this year! It’s so strange to think that a few years ago I avoided the genre and now I can’t get enough. MADE YOU UP is no exception. Read more »
I don’t know if I’m in the mood for romance or not because I have just read two books whose main romances destroyed me. Good romance that doesn’t take over the plot, smart, badass girls, well developed world and characters, and good writing. Maybe through in some special/magical powers. That’s the formula to a fantasy Bec is sure to love.
Oh hey, MORTAL HEART, you have all those components! Read more »
Really the only thing I want to say in this review is “OH MY GOD THAT PLOT TWIST” because really that about sums up my thoughts on THE IRON TRIAL. I have nothing else to add. Read more »
We’re just over four complete months into my buying ban challenge and I still haven’t bought any books! Not a single one (minus Bookfest haha). This must be some kind of record.
Of course as the year goes on it gets harder and harder to resist all the new pretties that are finding their way into bookstores. Read more »
AN EMBER IN THE ASHES is clearly very well-thought-out. The story is complex and has multiple layers of depth that all contribute to making the world what it is-and what a wonderful world it is. And let’s make it clear I’m talking about world building here, because the actual world is far from wonderful. Read more »