The Flame In The Mist by Kit Grindstaff | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To The Flame In The Mist? The Flame In The Mist by Kit Grindstaff initially appealed to me because I was on a middle grade fantasy kick. Let’s be real, there are some really excellently written middle grade fantasy books out there. Plus, two key elements of the story are the […]

Summer Days & Summer Nights edited by Stephanie Perkins | Book Review

Another year, another seasonally themed short story anthology edited by Stephanie Perkins. Summer Days & Summer Nights is an anthology of twelve stories containing summer loving, in which some people are having a blast and some people are not. For the most part, I liked this anthology. There were maybe two stories that I wasn’t head […]

The Good Luck Of Right Now by Matthew Quick | Book Review

I am such an obnoxious fan of Matthew Quick’s work. I’ve yet to read a book by Quick that I do not like. The Good Luck Of Right Now contains all the hallmarks of Quick’s other works. There’s mental illness. There’s a Philadelphia setting. There’s characters who are a bit odd. The story definitely is off […]

Listen, Slowly | The Real Boy | Connect The Stars

Listen, Slowly is the first non-verse book by Thanhha Lai that I have read. I absolutely loved Inside Out And Back Again, so when I saw this available on Edelweiss, I knew I had to read it. Of course, I am the biggest procrastinator, but eventually I got through Listen, Slowly via audiobook. I have to admit […]

Passenger by Alexandra Bracken | Book Review

Passenger by Alexandra Bracken was my first read of 2017. I am so glad I decided to make this book my very first read. It’s one that I’ve been anticipating but have been holding myself back from reading. However, after a few pushes from emails about the sequel – Wayfarer, I decided to finally dive on […]

P.S. I Like You | My Heart And Other Black Holes | Between Us And The Moon

I love how when I need a solid read, Kasie West ALWAYS delivers. I do not like how when I finish one of her books that means there’s one less book in my reserves. The feeling of having a Kasie West book to look forward to is amazing. P.S. I Like You is the latest Kasie […]