I Crawl Through It by AS King | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To I Crawl Through It by AS King? I Crawl Through It by A.S. King is an audiobook that I recently purchased because I had Audible credits burning a hole in my pocket. Plus, I was all, hey it’s on my Netgalley queue and this is a fast way to finally […]

The Best Halloween Ever | Frazzled | Almost Super

The Best Halloween Ever by Barbara Robinson is essentially a sequel to The Best Christmas Pageant Ever. It features the same cast of characters, just with a different holiday. I felt obligated to read this book as there are definitely not enough books out there that are themed around Halloween. Overall, The Best Halloween Ever is the […]

The Trouble With Destiny by Lauren Morrill | Book Review

The Trouble With Destiny by Lauren Morrill has the distinction of being my first book of 2016. No regrets with that — I had quite the pleasant time reading this book. The Trouble With Destiny is a book that has not really been hyped by my friends and perhaps I am the black sheep with this […]

Unfriended by Rachel Vail | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To Unfriended by Rachel Vail? Confession: I love middle grade books. I mean, sure in the circles that I run in, young adult gets all the credit. I can see why, YA is so awesome. However, middle grade turns out to be pretty decent as well — especially middle grade fantasy. […]

Big Nate: Mr. Popularity by Lincoln Peirce | Book Review

Why Did I Read This Book? Honest to goodness you guys my reason for readingMr. Popularityby Lincoln Peirce is kind of pathetic — I picked this book for the 24 Hour Readathon that I totally failed at because it is a comic book aimed at middle graders and following logic would be a super quick […]

Counting By 7s by Holly Goldberg Sloan | Book Review

Counting By 7sby Holly Goldberg Sloan sat on my TBR pile for an embarrassing amount of time. I mean, it had been on my pile for over a year which is kind of sad given that I obtained it at BEA 2013 and was super excited to read it. I mean, it’s a middle grade […]