Secrets Of A Summer Night Lisa Kleypas Book Review

The thing that I love about being a new romance reader is that there’s this whole genre and world of books out there just waiting to be discovered. One could easily get lost trying to navigate the vast romance section, but luckily I have a lot of friends to guide my way. On recommendation from […]

Review of Monster by Walter Dean Myers

Monster by Walter Dean Myers was the first Walter Dean Myers book I have read, and it certainly will not be the last. What a great way to become acquainted with the work of WDM. Seriously, I often see his books, own a few of his books, but never really felt pushed into reading them. […]

Review of Owl In Love by Patrice Kindl

Maybe some of you may recall my tweet about Owl In Love by Patrice Kindl being a creeper. I still stand by that tweet. I will say, I did warm up to Owl In Loveby Patrice Kindl a bit, but definitely feel a little too old for it. Owl In Love by Patrice Kindl is […]

Review of Eyes Like Stars by Lisa Mantchev

Eyes Like Stars by Lisa Mantchev features Bertie Shakespeare Smith, a teen girl with blue hair in a staring role. The story takes place in the Theater Illuminata, a magical place where every single character from every play ever written is bound to live. Bertie is not a character in the play and must earn […]

Review of My Sister’s Keeper by Jodi Picoult

I love me some melodrama, absolutely love it. Especially when the melodrama results in gasps, and anger, and tears. My jury is still out on My Sister’s Keeper by Jodi Picoult. The plot of My Sister’s Keeperhad such huge potential. We’ve got a 13 year old girl, Anna,  who is basically born as spare parts […]

Review of Fade To Blue by Sean Beaudoin

My initial thoughts after finishing Fade to Blue by Sean Beaudoin were WTF did I just read. Either this book is bloody brilliant or the most illogical, strangest book I’ve ever read. It sort of reminds me of Donnie Darko, I know I should get it, but I don’t fully understand the work. Fade to […]