~Thank you to RandomHouse Children's Books for sending me an early copy for review!~
This book left me REELING. From the moment I picked it up I desperately wanted to refrain from putting it down. Naturally though, life got in the way, so it took me three whole days to devour this beast. I honestly could have easily done it in one if I had the time.
YA mystery/thrillers are hard to get right, but Holly Jackson hit the nail on the head with this one. A light use of multime
As a female high school senior I felt as though reading this book was a rite of passage. I've never seen the movies, and had never read the books. Nearly everyone in the YA community has strong opinions on this series, and I had none. To be honest, I still don't really.
That's what my thoughts on this book boil down to: I thought it was comical, but ultimately got repetitive. So, no, I don't have a vehement hatred for everything Twilight, but I don't think I'll remember an
It can be "right" to kill one person to save five. Or kill a thousand to save a thousand and one. Your daughter taught me that lesson, priest. I will remember it well. Memento. Well that hit me right in the feels. I'm always hesitant to read novellas from my favorite series because I doubt that they will be able to be as amazing as the rest of the books in such few pages. Yet, somehow, Momento, within its 82 pages, manages to captivate the reader with just as much wonder and
I truly believe that this series is perfect. I love it so much and could honestly just re-read it forever. I thought was a great (albeit heart-breaking) ending to this series, but Rebel provides an even better one. It feels complete, yet not too perfect.
This final installment in the series is incredible. I knew I would love it because Daniel, June, and Eden are some of the best and most fleshed-out characters I've ever read about, especially in YA dystopians. It is eviden
~ Thank you to Edelweiss and Balzern+ Bray at HarperCollins for providing me with an early copy for review ~
I really can't pinpoint why this book didn't work for me, but it really didn't. Every time I picked it up I dreaded it, and became insanely bored after two pages. That legitimately never happens to me when I read. Maybe I read too many romances in a row? Maybe I read too many e-books in a row? I honestly cannot tell you what went wrong, but something did. Life'
Finished reading on Jan. 7, full review posted on Feb. 23. Thank you to Wednesday Books for sending me an early copy for review and for asking me to take part in the blog tour for this title!
DNF @ 24%
This book just really was not for me. It took me 5 days to read 80 pages and that is no where near my usual pace, so I could tell that there was no use in me finishing it. I could definitely see tons of people enjoying this, I was just not one of those people, unfortunatel
~ Thank you to NetGalley and Wednesday Books for sending me an early copy for review and for including me as part of the blog tour!~ A very cute read! This book should come with a warning though, that once you get past a certain point, you literally cannot stop.
I'm going to be honest here and say that I initially requested this book on NetGalley for two reasons:
1. I thought it was written by an author I've loved books from in the past, Emery Lord, but, in fact, this is