These are my favorite books of 2019! Click on their titles to be brought to their Goodreads pages. #10 The Chaos Walking Trilogy- Patrick Ness #9 The God Game- Danny Tobey #8 This Song Will Save Your Life- Leila Sales #7 The Queen of Nothing- Holly Black #6 Hatchet- Gay Paulsen #5 Forever & Sinner- Maggie Stiefvater #4 The Start of Me & You- Emery Lord #3 The Wicked King- Holly Black #2 The Long Walk- Richard Bachman (Stephen King) #1 The Glass Castle- Jeannette Walls
~ Thank you so much to St. Martin's Press for sending me an early copy of this book. Release date: January 7, 2020 ~
I'm truly at a loss for words. This book has every element that a book needs and delivers on them flawlessly. From the moment I read the first page, I was hooked. Despite what you might think based on how many books I read, I'm actually not typically able to read for long periods of time. I'm someone who consistently reads in little bits, usually an hour bein
I’ll find you—
Keep calling for me, Viola—
Cuz here I come.
Where do I even begin? I honestly don't know. This book was incredible in so many ways.
Since book one of the series, I've been adamant about how Patrick Ness does not hold back. He has no mercy for his readers and does not fear too much emotional wreckage. I had a feeling he might be one of those authors who pulls a Veronica Roth on us, and he did. He really did. Except, he did it better.
Todd was not kill
Thank you to NetGalley and Bloomsbury YA for sending me an early copy for review! RELEASE DATE: January 7, 2020
Right, so as much as I adored The Start of Me & You, this sequel was not it. It's not that I necessarily hated the experience of reading it, I just felt like it brought nothing new to the table after the end of the previous book.
Of course, some of the stuff I loved from book one was still in this one, like the anxiety rep, and the overall relatability of Paig
** spoiler alert ** I think I've loved you since that first day.
Where do I even begin? This truly exceeded every one of my expectations. I was expecting to like it, but in that more reluctant sort of way. The way in which you recognize how cheesey it is, but love it anyway. That is not what ended up happening. At. All.
I truly loved everything that this book had to offer. Too many YA romances turn into a story about the love interest, rather than the main character. Thi