ARC Review: Things We Know by Heart

ARC Review: Things We Know by Heart

THINGS WE KNOW BY HEART was sweet, heartbreaking, and humorous all at the same time. Most of all though, it was uplifting. It made me feel so many different emotions and the takeaway was perfect. One of my favorite things… Read more »

How Do You Words?

How Do You Words?

We’ve all heard of reading slumps, most of us have probably experienced one more than once. No one like them. Yet I think I’ve found something that’s more frustrating for a book blogger than the inability to read: reviewing slumps. Read more »

Review: Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi

Review: Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi

Persepolis is a memoir of author Marjane Satrapi’s coming of age story while living in Iran during the 1979 revolution. In addition all of that, it is told in a graphic novel format. I usually read books that have at least some element of the fantastical, which, as a memoir, Persepolis has none of. Read more »

Review: Unwanted by Amanda Holohan

Review: Unwanted by Amanda Holohan

It was only a couple of years ago when the dystopian trend was in full swing. We got some good books out of it, but we also got some carbon copies. A scaffolding arose and it started to feel like every book was the same. UNWANTED is another YA dystopian, but I’m glad to say it doesn’t follow the generic mould too closely! Read more »

Review: Half Bad by Sally Green

Review: Half Bad by Sally Green

If I had to describe HALF BAD in one word it would be: original. I’m all about a unique storyline, especially in YA, and that is what this book delivered. While it was not without faults, I would definitely say that this is my favorite novel about witches. Read more »

ARC Review: The Winner’s Crime by Marie Rutkoski

ARC Review: The Winner’s Crime by Marie Rutkoski

This is a book review I probably shouldn’t be writing right after I finished reading, but if I don’t write it now all my feelings will be gone and I won’t know what to say. I’m devastated. Not because THE WINNER’S CRIME was bad, but because it was brilliant and oh so heartbreaking. That ending was so terribly painful and I’ve been making strange noises ever since being constantly punched in the feels during those last chapters. Read more »