Daughter Of The Pirate King by Tricia Levenseller | Book Review

Daughter Of The Pirate King by Tricia Levenseller is one of those books that popped up on my radar totally unexpectedly. I mean, I was not even aware of it until this Netgalley email came in that boiled down to – YOU NEED TO READ THIS BOOK. Far be it from me to resist hype. […]

Listen, Slowly | The Real Boy | Connect The Stars

Listen, Slowly is the first non-verse book by Thanhha Lai that I have read. I absolutely loved¬†Inside Out And Back Again, so when I saw this available on Edelweiss, I knew I had to read it. Of course, I am the biggest procrastinator, but eventually I got through¬†Listen, Slowly via audiobook. I have to admit […]

A Week Of Mondays | Kissing Ted Callahan | Read Bottom Up MINI-REVIEWS

Hello reader friends — I feel like it has been such a long time since I’ve really put effort into blogging. Let me tell you, they were not kidding when they said the first trimester is exhausting. I am finally coming out of the first with only a few short weeks to go. It is […]

Vivian Divine Is Dead by Lauren Sabel | Book Review

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, […]

This Is Where The World Ends by Amy Zhang | Book Review

This Is Where The World Ends by Amy Zhang is her second book, and well, it certainly knocked my socks off just a little bit. Zhang’s sophomore novel is an emotional read about two teenagers who exist on opposite ends of the social spectrum, yet are secret best friends, yet have this weird codependent friendship. […]

Tonight The Streets Are Ours | Leila Sales | Book Review

Tonight The Streets Are Ours by Leila Sales was the best book at the best time for me. It’s one of those books that captures what it is like to be a disaffected youth and then, I guess, to set some boundaries and move beyond that feeling. I read this book when like 5 other […]