The Merciless by Danielle Vega | Book Review

I think I keep trying to make fetch happen with certain horror books, when clearly they just are not my thing. I began reading The Merciless by Danielle Vega based on the pink cover and the horror theme. I thought a book about Mean Girls meets The Exorcist sounded like it would be really awesome. Unfortunately, […]

Messenger Of Fear by Michael Grant | Book Review

I am kind of dreading writing this review, my friends. Here is the thing, I had super high hopes for Messenger Of Fear by Michael Grant. The concept sounded completely awesome — supernatural beings delivering retribution for misdeeds through use of a twisted game.

Random by Tom Leveen | Book Review

Anyways. Random appealed to me because the original cover has an iPhone cord looped into a noose and well, that’s really eye catching. Also, it is super short and let’s be honest, short books always appeal to me these days. Frankly though, I was mostly underwhelmed with Random.

Rites Of Passage by Joy N. Hensley | Book Review

I can guarantee all of you that I will read anything Joy N. Hensley comes out with because I was so utterly impressed with Rites Of Passage. I for serious cannot recommend this book enough.

Positive by Paige Rawl with Ali Benjamin | Book Review

When Positive by Paige Rawl with Ali Benjamin came in my mail three times, I knew that I was going to read it. First off, it’s short. Second off, it sounded like a relatively interesting memoir about a relatively interesting youth.

Falling Into Place by Amy Zhang | Book Review

Falling Into Place by Amy Zhang was the most recent book that I’ve read all at once. I bring this up because I think that in order for me to be able to sit in one place with the same book and not feel the need to accomplish all of the things instead, the book has to be super compelling.