The Luck Uglies by Paul Durham | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To The Luck Uglies by Paul Durham? The Luck Uglies by Paul Durham has such a great cover. I am really into the blue-green color palette of the cover. Of all the books on my Hoopla TBR,¬†The Luck Uglies happened to be the shortest. It is a bit of a shallow […]

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 […]

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 […]

Promise Of Shadows by Justina Ireland | Book Review

Promise Of Shadows by Justina Ireland is SUCH a cool book. I mean, seriously there’s blood, there’s identity/soul searching, there’s romance. There is even a twist on the Greek mythology that makes this feel like Percy Jackson for the older set. I put this book on hold at the library after spending a little bit […]

A Boy Called Christmas by Matt Haig | Audiobook Review

A Boy Called Christmas by Matt Haig was just the PERFECT audiobook to put me in a cheerful, Christmas sort of mood. I am so glad that I downloaded it on a whim from Volumes. It’s the sort of audiobook that is good for the whole family. It’s one that I could really see being […]

Saving Lucas Biggs | The Thickety | Falling Into The Dragon’s Mouth

Saving Lucas Biggs by Marisa de los Santos and David Teague has an absolutely eye catching cover. Personally, I am quite partial to covers which showcase night time scenes and stars. This cover is one that convinced me to read the book. I also think it will be eye catching for its intended audience. Thankfully, […]