Why Did I Listen To The Mystery of Hollow Places? The Mystery Of Hollow Places by Rebecca Podos was sitting on the bookshelf in my bedroom next to the bed and I love to rotate new books onto that shelf. Plus the audiobook of The Mystery Of Hollow Places is narrated by Emma Galvin. She’s one […]
Ink Is Thicker Than Water by Amy Spalding is a book that sat unread on my Kindle for longer than necessary. Seriously, every time I finish an Amy Spalding book I am all, wow that was good, I should read the rest of the books I have by her. But then I always take forever […]
Wow, I have read two Sara Shepard books in rather quick succession. Both Shepard books are from different series, yet have a similar sort of feel to them. The Perfectionists is the first of Shepard’s Perfectionists series. Basically this series revolves around teenagers who feel immense pressure to be the best. Of course, there is a murder […]
Vivian Divine Is Dead by Lauren Sabel is a super fast young adult contemporary book about this girl named Vivian Divine, as you may have surmised from the title. I wouldn’t say that it is especially amazing or the greatest, but if you are in the mood for a good transition book between heavier reads, […]
Why Did I Listen To This Book? I listened to The Graham Cracker Plot by Shelley Tougas because initially it is a short book. Then, it turns out, the gist is that it is a middle grade book about a girl who has low socioeconomic status, meaning she’s poor, and because I feel like all the […]
A Curious Tale Of The In-Between by Lauren DeStefano is a charming and at turns dark middle grade book featuring Pram, a girl who can talk to ghosts.