Category: Book Reviews
Mighty Jack and the Goblin King by Ben Hatke Published by First Second on September 2017 Genres: Graphic Novel Format: ARC Buy on Amazon Goodreads The garden behind Jack’s house has gone wild with creatures set loose by the...Read More
Foolish Hearts by Emma Mills Published by Henry Holt and Co. on December 2017 Genres: Contemporary Fiction, Young Adult Pages: 288 Format: ARC Source: Publisher Buy on Amazon Goodreads A contemporary novel about a girl whose...Read More
The Devil & Sherlock Holmes: Tales of Murder, Madness and Obsession by David Grann Published by Random House Audio, Vintage on January 2011 Genres: Non-Fiction Pages: 352 Format: Audiobook Source: Bought Buy on Amazon Goodreads...Read More
Collapse: How Societies Choose to Fail or Succeed Published by Penguin on December 2014 Pages: 592...Read More
Title: Knife’s Edge Author: Hope Larson; Illustrator Rebecca Mock Publisher: First...Read More
Title: Compass South Author: Hope Larson; Illustrator Rebecca Mock Publisher: First Second Books Publication Date: June 2016 Genre: Graphic Novel/Young Adult Series or Stand Alone: Series Book One Synopsis can be found here. I...Read More
Words in Deep Blue by Cath Crowley Published by Alfred A. Knopf Books for Young Readers on June...Read More
Alyssa is an actual princess, Cinderella to be exact, at the most celebrated theme park across the world. She has lots of friends, a handsome boyfriend, and the summer ahead of her. But as the summer progresses, Alyssa’s perfect life starts to crumble. And she has to figure out how to make her own happily ever after.Read More
Caden, the Nice boy, is at odds with Dylan, the bad boy, in a game of life or death. The girl can only choose one. And the other has to die? So who will it be? And what happens when Caden and Dylan don’t play by the rules anymore?
Refreshing. I really enjoyed The Love Interest. I thought I was getting into a typical YA love triangle thriller but it’s much more than that. Caden is constantly having questions about his identity, which I found to be very genuine and realistic. I like how he second guessed himself and obsessed again and again, not only about Juliet and Dylan, but also about his own motivations and desires. I also really liked Dylan who proved he had a softer side, a romantic side, and up to the end, I wasn’t quite sure how Dylan was playing me. Or if he was at all.Read More
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