Publisher: Simon and Schuster

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Review: When Dimple Met Rishi by Sandhya Menon

Review: When Dimple Met Rishi by Sandhya Menon

July 16, 2017 Review 16 ★★★

WHEN DIMPLE MET RISHI started off well with humor and quirky characters – it’s a fun romance but one that I felt lost its way a little.  When we are first introduced to Dimple and Rishi, they are given unique backstories and personalities that made them stand out and be memorable. They are a little nerdy and have some interesting […]

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Review: The Diabolic by S.J. Kincaid

Review: The Diabolic by S.J. Kincaid

October 31, 2016 Review 16 ★★★

THE DIABOLIC is a fairly brutal YA science fiction novel. Sci fi is a genre that I have always struggled with, but I found THE DIABOLIC to be a fairly easy read to get into, despite overall mixed feelings. The World The world in this novel is pretty complex; there are different religions, classes of people, and government hierarchy. I […]

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Review: The Unexpected Everything by Morgan Matson

Review: The Unexpected Everything by Morgan Matson

August 26, 2016 Review 34 ★★★★

I can’t even tell you guys how long I have been waiting to get my hands on this book. I’ve heard so many great things about Morgan Matson’s books and I wanted this to be my first read by her. Why? It’s simple. Because of… THE DOGS. So am I biased? Maybe. But even if you don’t like dogs (who […]

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Review: The Summer of Chasing Mermaids by Sarah Ockler

Review: The Summer of Chasing Mermaids by Sarah Ockler

August 16, 2015 Review 42 ★★★½

I am a little bit of a black sheep when it comes to THE SUMMER OF CHASING MERMAIDS. I enjoyed many aspects of this book, but I struggled to form an emotional connection with it or fully root for the romance, which was a big part of the novel. “The girl who’d written volumes on the walls but never said […]

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Review: Level 2 (DAC)

Review: Level 2 (DAC)

February 12, 2013 Review 10 ★★

If you have read in my review of SPLINTERED, then you know I love originality-especially in YA. While LEVEL 2 brings this, it falls short in other categories, leaving much to be desired. Its major downfall was the concept of memories, which are basically cleverly designed flashbacks. “The point is to keep trying new things, meeting new people, visiting new […]

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