Reign Of Shadows by Sophie Jordan | Book Review

Reign Of Shadows by Sophie Jordan is a book that I had picked up on a whim. I did not have it on a ten books I need to read next list. I did not have it on audiobook. It so happens that I just plucked it off my bookshelf. For some reason, it was […]

Finding Abbey Road | A Study In Charlotte | Stalking Jack The Ripper

Finding Abbey Road by Kevin Emerson is the final book of the Exile series. Straight up, this series is kind of awesome if you like contemporary books where music and bands and secrets play a strong role. I listened to the first two books via audiobook. They are superbly narrated by Emma Galvin. However, the last […]

Warrior | The Rose & The Dagger | The Paradox Of Vertical Flight

I am absolutely not reading enough diverse and ownvoices books. So, Warrior by Ellen Oh serves two purposes for me. For one, it allows me to read a diverse book which seems pretty interesting. Second, Warrior has been on my shelf since I got the ARC in 2013 and so, I get to continue on in the […]

Wild Swans by Jessica Spotswood | Book Review

Wild Swans by Jessica Spotswood is a book I would absolutely recommend to anyone looking for some forward thinking, feminist young adult contemporary fiction. I realize that is a bit of a mouthful to say. It is the best way to describe Spotswood’s latest novel and also the best way to describe all of her […]

The Winner’s Kiss by Marie Rutkoski | Book Review

The Winner’s Kiss by Marie Rutkoski is absolutely a book worth putting on hold at the library. It is a book worth walking over to the library to borrow. In fact, it is even worth buying. YOU GUYS! So, I was walking to the library to pick up my holds and the librarian gives me […]

And I Darken by Kiersten White | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To And I Darken by Kiersten White? I am a card carrying member of the Kiersten White fan club. Or, at least I would be if there was a fan club and there were cards. I’ve loved her books ever since Paranormalcy. She’s one of those authors where I have eagerly anticipated […]