Vanguard by Ann Aguirre | Book Review

Vanguard by Ann Aguirre reminds me just how little I read companion books despite actually really liking them. I’ll admit, sometimes it feels like authors milk a series for way more than it’s worth. However, Vanguard was such an interesting return to the world of Razorland. It’s a book that feels fresh and new. Frankly, I […]

Ivory And Bone by Julie Eshbaugh | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To Ivory And Bone by Julie Eshbaugh? Ivory And Bone by Julie Eshbaugh basically hit my radar because of the cover. It’s really eye catching and I like how well the color palette meshes. Also, the setting, the prehistoric era, is one that I do not often read about. I decided […]

Icons by Margaret Stohl | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To Icons by Margaret Stohl? Icons by Margaret Stohl had appeal based on my enjoyment of Beautiful Creatures. I had read that book a super long time ago and so my looking back view of it is colored a little bit by nostalgia. I also liked the outline of the kids on the […]

Summer and Bird by Katherine Catmull | Book Review

Summer And Bird by Katherine Catmull was basically my number one book to obtain at BEA 2012, five whole years ago. I really wanted the book to read at the time because the cover is absolutely perfect. Plus, I was going through a phase where I read a lot of middle grade books. Also, I just […]

Even If The Sky Falls by Mia Garcia | Book Review

Even If The Sky Falls by Mia Garcia is a book that I read at an interesting time in my life. You know how sometimes something stays with you just because of what you were going through? Well, this is the book that I read before going into labor and finished after I had my […]

King by Ellen Oh | Book Review

King by Ellen Oh is the conclusion to her Dragon King Chronicles trilogy. Frankly, this is a pretty fun fantasy trilogy that has flown under the radar. I think that it is a great read for those on the younger end of the YA spectrum. This book provides suitable closure for the series. Plus, there’s […]