This book was so good. I started a book club with a bunch of my real life friends, and this was the first book that we decided to read. I am very grateful that it was amazing.
Henry Denton, the main character, is a boy plagued with many hardships and one overwhelming decision. Should he save the world?
This book is an incredible journey, and one that everyone should experience. Over the course of the novel, Henry has to learn what it means to live and that sometimes one d
The Hearts We Sold by Emily Lloyd-Jones broke my heart in the best way possible. It’s an exciting story about a girl who sold her heart to a demon in order to escape her abusive household. However, this synopsis merely scratches the surface of the entire story. The protagonist, Dee, is one of four “heartless” in Portland, Oregon. Their mission, assigned by the Agathodaemon who took their hearts, is to close dangerous voids that could potentially let monsters into the world. T
My feelings for this book are quite mixed. While I found it to be pretty addicting after the halfway point, I don't think the ending was very rewarding. I also didn't feel like it was a good book to read in short bursts at a time, which is how I usually read during the week because of school, so because of this I never felt compelled to pick it up during the week.
However, despite these negatives, I did enjoy the story and the characters within it. I just didn't find it to
I really enjoyed this book! Of course, not nearly as much as Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda because that book is just on a whole other level of amazing.
I loved Molly as the main character and enjoyed most of the other characters as well. I really did not like the Cassie (her twin) but oh well.
Anyway, so I think there was a lot of really great rep in this book including characters that are, fat, pansexual, bisexual, gay/lesbian, black, and Korean-American.