https://videopress.com/v/3yvXqSHW?preloadContent=metadata I've mentioned before that I'm not an audiobook gal. I have a hard time listening while doing other things in my life. (I'm not great at multitasking). I really can only listen to an audiobook when I'm alone and traveling whether it be walking or driving. This summer I would often make short drives … Continue reading The Hate U Give
I listened to the Barnes and Noble podcast where Neal and Jarrod Shusterman discussed this book, and I was immediately hooked. Shusterman does an amazing job with dystopia, and so I just knew he'd do an amazing job with the drought apocalypse. And they did an amazing job. https://videopress.com/v/bx3TAizu?preloadContent=metadata I can't decide if this book … Continue reading Dry: Because I needed another end of the world book
I took my time returning to this series this summer because I needed time to process the last book. I also saw that this book happened a year later, and I wanted to at least attempt to create the feeling of a year's worth of time even though I maybe took a month to read … Continue reading The Case For Jamie
Check out my reviews of the other books I've read by Levenseller: Daughter of the Pirate King Daughter of the Siren Queen This book was marketed as a Slytherin romance, and I don't think it could have been described any better. This book allows us to see the other side of classic stories. Usually, we'd … Continue reading It was a true Slytherin romance
Friends. FRIENDS. This book was marvelous. I didn't have a lot of expectations going into it. The description really interested me and I read a review about how Asha was a little like Aelin form TOG, but still her own complete character. Let me just say, that if you like Aelin, then you're gonna like … Continue reading Strong Female Lead? Yes Please!
Grace Year by Kim Liggett is a crazy book because it’s frighteningly believable and mind blowing. It’s a combination of Lost, Handmaid’s Tale, and The Village. If you’re a fan of any of those you need to pick this book up! I read it for CYBILS YA SPEC FIC 2019 and it blew my mind!