I can't remember how I came across If I'm Being Honest, but I remember reading the summary of it and thinking "this is the kind of romance I am very interested in reading." Cameron was a little rough to enjoy at the beginning of the book, but that was part of her character development. This … Continue reading If I’m Being Honest Review: Taming of the Shrew “retelling”
I have rediscovered books in verse and I am in love. I am a huge fan of poetry and I can't believe I've forgotten how much I appreciate stories told through verse. Each poem of this book stands alone so well and as a whole, it's just plain art. I underlined a lot of this … Continue reading Punching the Air Review
I've heard a lot about this book and it deserves all the acclaim it has and more. It reminds me of how much utopian societal books make you think and feel. This seems like a thought experiment as well as a wonderful young adult book. https://videopress.com/v/KDidiXl7?preloadContent=metadata The characters are wonderfully like us as well as … Continue reading Scythe Review
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 The Last Namsara Review: Strong Female Lead? Yes Please!
I found this book super randomly and the title intrigued me. After learning what it was, how it connected to the book, and what the book was about, I had to read it. I'm glad I did. I don't usually read contemporary fiction unless it's romance. I've been interested in how girls deal with and … Continue reading Exit, Pursued by a Bear Review: a Shakespearian retelling about trauma