The Golem And The Jinni by Helene Wecker | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To The Golem And The Jinni? The Golem And The Jinni by Helene Wecker is a book that I’ve kind of been in the middle of reading for a wicked long time. I mean, since it came out I’ve started it and just had it on pause. Then one day I […]

I Was Here by Gayle Forman | Book Review

I Was Here is Forman’s latest offering to the young adult genre and it is a brilliant contribution. Forman’s latest book is just as serious as her previous books, but somehow feels a bit different. It feels a little more mature.

Invisible World | Suzanne Weyn | Book Review

Straight up, witches are cool. And for real? Who did not sit right up and pay attention during the Salem witch trials in history class? This girl was on that like white on rice. When I saw┬áInvisible World by Suzanne Weyn up for grabs at a book signing, I chose it because I thought it […]

Review: Jumpstart The World by Catherine Ryan Hyde

Are you looking for a brief book with a high impact? Look no further than Jumpstart The World by Catherine Ryan Hyde. The book opens with main character Elle moving into her own apartment at 15 because her mother’s boyfriend doesn’t want teenagers around. Kind of a strange situation, but it really does work for […]

Review of Beatle Meets Destiny by Gabrielle Williams

I don’t read a whole lot of Australian YA. As an American, my access to Australian YA seems limited to books by Melina Marchetta and Markus Zusak. I don’t complain, as Zusak is a fabulous author, and I have yet to read Marchetta but I hear she is excellent too. Beatle Meets Destiny by Gabrielle […]

Review of Maximum Ride: The Angel Experiment by James Patterson

Maximum Ride is not an ordinary teenage girl. She and her ‘siblings’ are part of a governmental genetic experiment. Max is part human, part bird, and a whole lot of attitude. Anyways, for the majority of the book, Max and her ‘flock’ are on the run from the government and these bad guys called erasers, […]