The Ballad Of Songbirds And Snakes by Suzanne Collins | Book Review

When I saw the announcement for The Ballad Of Songbirds And Snakes by Suzanne Collins, I was instantly transported back eleven years to my early days of blogging. The Hunger Games was one of my first reviews. The book blogging landscape was completely different then. And of course, I am so happy to see that we’ve come […]

A Heart In A Body In The World by Deb Caletti | Book Review

A Heart In A Body In The World is the third book I’ve read by Deb Caletti. It is also the third book of hers that I have given five stars to. I think this means I need to just read ALL of her books ever. For once I am kind of glad that the […]

Complicit by Stephanie Kuehn | Book Review

Complicit by Stephanie Kuehn is a real mind fuck of a book. I actually am a little dismayed that I did not pick it up sooner. However, that’s the life of a voracious reader, yes? Anyways, I am kind of still reeling over here from that ending. I guess I can take a break from […]

Still Life With Tornado by AS King | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To Still Life With Tornado by AS King? Still Life With Tornado by AS King basically hit my radar back in October 2016. Actually, I am excited I listened to it now instead of waiting like another four years. Regardless, I have really liked the majority of books that I’ve read […]

Finding You by Lydia Albano | Book Review

Finding You by Lydia Albano is one of those books that is kind of hard to categorize into a genre. Sure, it is easy to say that the audience is young adult. However, the society and world in this book are fictional. There’s no magic though. The technology is not clearly laid out – there’s […]

Bad Romance by Heather Demetrios | Book Review

Bad Romance by Heather Demetrios kind of solidifies my opinion of Demetrios’ books. THEY ARE SO GOOD. I have zero regrets about reading I’ll Meet You There after Andi talked it up on Twitter. I knew after really falling for that book that I wanted to prioritize whatever Demetrios has out next that comes my way. […]