From Twinkle, With Love by Sandhya Menon | Book Review

From Twinkle, With Love cements Sandhya Menon as one of my MUST read YA contemporary authors. No sophomore slump here. Also, can I put the caveat on this review, that if I hear you complain about names like Twinkle or Dimple, I will write you a strongly worded letter and follow you around with a […]

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 […]

In Some Other Life by Jessica Brody | Book Review

In Some Other Life by Jessica Brody is one of those awesome parallel life kind of stories. Think The Family Man (or Sliding Doors but I haven’t seen Sliding Doors) or Pivot Point. I love books that fall into this genre even though I am not entirely sure what the trope is called. I had a few […]

The Wood by Chelsea Bobulski | Book Review

The Wood by Chelsea Bobulski definitely feels like it needs a sequel. I rarely, if ever, say that. BUT FOR REAL YOU GUYS. The way this book ends has me still asking some questions. Like, I am satisfied and not feeling as though I wasted my time. However, I want more. So, you should know that […]

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 […]