Review: “The Ravens” by Kass Morgan And Danielle Paige

It has been a hot minute since I have found a spooky, witchy little tale to sink my teeth into. Luckily The Ravens provided just about everything I had been craving. It’s a little bit The Secret Circle and quite a bit of The Craft, but it somehow takes the good parts of those witchyContinue reading “Review: “The Ravens” by Kass Morgan And Danielle Paige”

Review: “Paper Princess” by Erin Watt

Paper Princess is an objectively terrible book. It’s drama is at 5,000 megawatts of WTF, the dialogue is straight out of every porno you’ve ever seen and every 5 or so pages introduces a new random fact that literally has you rearing back going “what?” It’s also more than vaguely problematic the entire length ofContinue reading “Review: “Paper Princess” by Erin Watt”

Review: “The Extraordinaries” by T.J. Klune

I’d like to start this review off by acknowledging the fact that I was 100% hungover while reading The Extraordinaries. Head pounding, stomach churning, life-hating hungover. And this book still made me so happy. Nick Bell is our beloved hero in The Extraordinaries. Well, “hero” is a strong word considering in a town where superherosContinue reading “Review: “The Extraordinaries” by T.J. Klune”

Review: “The Kinder Poison” by Natalie Mae

I have to say I’ve been on a roll with bomb fantasy books. I don’t know if it’s because the young adult authors of the world have stepped up since I was a teenager or WHAT, but this book goes on my shelf of “YA Fantasy Heroines who can F*** It Up” And I MeanContinue reading “Review: “The Kinder Poison” by Natalie Mae”

Review: “Dustlands” by Erin Bowman

Well this book was certainly a little how-do-you-do of vengeful post-apocalyptic YA Novels. I was promised Mad Max and I was fed exactly that and more. This is a book that is most certainly going to sweep across the young adult world and take them by storm.  Dustborn follows Delta of Dead River; dead beingContinue reading “Review: “Dustlands” by Erin Bowman”

Review: “I Hope You’re Listening” by Tom Ryan

This was an interesting little read, to say the least! I was pleasantly surprised about how engrossed I was in it and the variety of factors that made this novel work, even if it wasn’t quite perfect. I Hope You’re Listening follows Delia “Dee” Skinner, a teenager who is constantly haunted by the violent abductionContinue reading “Review: “I Hope You’re Listening” by Tom Ryan”

Review: “The Camino Club” by Kevin Craig

There are books that you really want to like, and there are books that really want you to like them. The Camino Club falls somewhere in between those two categories.  The Camino Club— cleverly named for the other famous delinquent group, The Breakfast Club— follows the story of three teenagers who’ve been given the choiceContinue reading “Review: “The Camino Club” by Kevin Craig”

Review: “The House in the Cerulean Sea” by TJ Klune

“It’s the little things, I expect. Little treasures we find without knowing their origin. And they come when we least expect them. It’s beautiful, when you think about it.” How do I put into words all the ways I loved this book?  It’ll never be enough to describe the warm fuzzy feelings and the wayContinue reading “Review: “The House in the Cerulean Sea” by TJ Klune”

Review: “Hunted by the Sky” by Tanaz Bhathena

“When you’re poor, secrets can very well be the difference between life and death.” What a little gem this book turned out to be! The cover is absolutely gorgeous– I made jokes on my Instagram that the cover model’s eyes were so piercing that I had no idea how the story was even going toContinue reading “Review: “Hunted by the Sky” by Tanaz Bhathena”

Review: “Boyfriend Material” by Alexis Hall

“I’m conscious this could be rather burdensome to hear, but you remain the thing I have most chosen for myself. The thing that’s most exclusively mine. The one thing that brings me the deepest joy.” Look, Alexis Hall can do no wrong in my book. Seriously. I’ve been reading his books for years; trekking thoughContinue reading “Review: “Boyfriend Material” by Alexis Hall”