Symptoms Of Being Human by Jeff Garvin | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To Symptoms Of Being Human by Jeff Garvin? Symptoms Of Being Human by Jeff Garvin certainly stands out among a sea of cis-het young adult novels. The fact that this book was something different really appealed to me. Plus, the audiobook promised to be a quick listen. I was looking forward […]

We Are Okay by Nina LaCour | Book Review + Tour

We Are Okay by Nina LaCour is the sort of book that gets under your skin and sticks with it. It seeps into your heart and as you read it, you find yourself really feeling what main character Marin feels. I found LaCour’s latest book to be a quiet read about loneliness, grief, and being […]

None Of The Above | Fans Of The Impossible Life | The Word For Yes

None Of The Above by I.W. Gregorio is the first book I’ve ever read about a person who is intersex. I found myself browsing Hoopla and as I am prone to do, I downloaded it. The reason for downloading was that it was on my need to review pile and with my commute, it just […]

Been Here All Along by Sandy Hall | Book Review

Been Here All Along by Sandy Hall is such a fun, adorable read. Hall’s latest book takes on the song You Belong With Me by Taylor Swift and adapts it so that the girl next door becomes the boy next door. I was absolutely a fan of this book, as I am with the other […]

Highly Illogical Behavior by John Corey Whaley | Book Review

Highly Illogical Behavior by John Corey Whaley is another of his quietly brilliant books that completely nails characterization. Where Things Come Back and Noggin are both intelligently written reads that I loved, so my expectations for Highly Illogical Behavior were quite large. Thankfully, Whaley’s latest absolutely smashes expectations. This book provides a human look at mental illness and […]

What We Left Behind by Robin Talley | Book Review + Tour

Recently, like six months or so ago, I read Robin Talley’s debut, Lies We Tell Ourselves about two girls who fall in love during the Civil Rights Era, one white and one black. I loved it and so, was beyond excited to have the chance to read What We Left Behind, her sophomore novel. Overall, I like what […]