Lark Ascending by Meagan Spooner | Book Review

If you’re a fan ofThese Broken Stars andThis Shattered World and are not quite sure what to read next, I think that you should give Meagan Spooner’s vastly underrated Skylark trilogy a chance. Spooner’s trilogy published by Lerner Publishing Group blends fantasy and science fiction to create a world that’s unique. This series is interesting […]

Shadowlark | Meagan Spooner | Book Review

Last summer, I read Meagan Spooners debut novel, Skylark and fell in love a little bit. Then this summer I read her sophomore work, These Broken Stars, co-written with Amie Kaufmann and basically decided it was one of my 2013 favorites. And thus it was with great anticipation that I read Shadowlark, the sequel to […]

Skylark Meagan Spooner Book Review

What is it about domes that I find SO appealing? Seriously, you guys, set a book in a dome and maybe have some people escape, and I am SO there, and I say that with the caveat that I was not entirely in love with The Simpsons Movie which also takes place in a dome, so […]

The Curiosities Maggie Stiefvater Tessa Gratton Brenna Yovanoff Book Review

Straight up, short stories are awesome. They give you a little taste of the author’s writing so you can decide if that’s something you want more of. Usually short stories are SUPER focused because there isn’t much room for meandering, thus I personally get a lot of enjoyment from them. The Curiosities: A Collection Of […]

Book Review: What Can’t Wait by Ashley Hope Perez

After reading Forever YA‘s review of What Can’t Wait by Ashley Hope Perez, I knew I needed to hop on Netgalley and immediately request an egalley. Kids What Can’t Wait is worth the brief amount of time it will take to read. I read about 200 pages of it at work, and when I got […]

Review: I, Emma Freke by Elizabeth Atkinson

Emma Freke, aside from having an unfortunate name, is at an awkward stage in life. She’s 12, about to hit puberty, has a new age-y mother and is the tallest girl in her class. She’s also got crippling self-esteem issues. I’m sure we all remember our middle school/pre-teen years. I know I was super awkward […]