Proof that I should always listen to my friends on what to read 🙄 thanks @julia I guess. I feel like I might be the only person on the planet (ha) who read this book AFTER Project Hail Mary. If I'd read this first, I think I literally would have been quaking when I got to the halfway twist in that one. But I read them in this order, alas, so I'll never know that experience. Not like it matters anyway when I gave them both 5 stars. I think my Project Hail Mary review actually
~ Thank you to Penguin Random House and NetGalley for the early copy in exchange for an honest review! RELEASE DATE: September 20 ~ I'm thinking of a blue raven. It flies from one end of my mind to the other and I can't hear it coming until it's already right up on me and I don't want to try any harder and I'm walking to the desk because I don't deserve this and Melanie and Tammy (and please NOT Kennedy please) DIDN'T DESERVE THIS and the bird is not going away, Jolly, the bl
~ Thank you to Wednesday Books and NetGalley for the early copy in exchange for an honest review! RELEASE DATE: September 13 ~ I'm so bad at wanting things because I'm so terrible at not having them. This book was absolutely foul. It was grimy and disgusting and hopeless. But it's so important. Courtney Summers writes some of the most compelling and unique YA thrillers I've ever read. They follow protagonists making decisions you hate, but decisions that are made every day. G
Even strength must bow to wisdom sometimes.
I first read this series in middle school and my strongest memory of it was being surprised by the plot twists. Somehow, even as a college student, I was still surprised by the plot twists 🤦
This series and The Hunger Games are the textbook definition of "holds up." I initially wanted to re-read these in preparation for the upcoming Disney+ series (speaking of which, imagining the actors as the characters while reading was PERFEC