15 YA Audiobooks For All Types Of Readers

Are you a YA fan who wants to check out some audiobooks on Hoopla, Libby, Scribd or Audible that feels completely overwhelmed by HOW VAST THE SELECTION IS? Well, here’s fifteen young adult audiobooks you might want to give a shot from many different genres as they might fit the bill for what you are […]

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. […]