Remember Me by Romily Bernard | Book Review

Remember Me by Romily Bernard is the excellent sequel to her debut, Find Me. This trilogy is definitely under the radar, but I promise you it is also well worth reading. I mean, worth reading if you enjoy things that are awesome like computers, thrillers, kissing and corruption. After reading Remember Me, I have 100% committed to […]

Playlist For The Dead | Don’t Let Go | The Things You Kiss Goodbye | Mini-Reviews

Hello dearest reader friends! Today’s set of mini reviews have basically one thing in common – they are all published by Harper Teen. Also, I gave them all four stars. Each book had different things that I really enjoyed about it. Two are contemporary books and one is the final book in a trilogy that […]

Three Truths and a Lie by Brent Hartinger | Book Review

Three Truths And A Lie by Brent Hartinger is absolutely an unexpected book. I mean, I had accepted the Netgalley eARC for review on the premise that there would be lies and murder. Certain parts are hard to see coming. I will leave it at that. Readers, this is the book for you if you want […]

Escape Theory by Margaux Froley | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen to Escape Theory by Margaux Froley? Escape Theory by Margaux Froley appealed to me based upon the publisher – Soho Teen. Soho Teen was still a relatively new imprint when I had requested it on Netgalley. What they were doing sounded actually kind of really awesome. I am also a sucker […]

I Am The Traitor by Allen Zadoff | Book Review

ANOTHER SERIES COMPLETE! Seriously, put all of the high five GIFs in this review of I Am The Traitor by Allen Zadoff because I am incredibly proud of binge reading and completing another awesome series (also published by Little Brown, which you guys I don’t know what it is about their books, but lately it […]

I Am The Weapon by Allen Zadoff | Audiobook Review

Essentially, I Am The Weapon is about this kid who goes by Benjamin for the majority of Zadoff’s book. His parents were killed by his friend Mike when he was a teenager. Then Benjamin was recruited to essentially be an assassin. He receives training and is honed into the best possible weapon. From there, he is given coded assignments, gets close to a mark – usually another kid at the different schools he is sent to – and then kills their parent. This time, Benjamin is assigned to the mayor of New York City’s daughter – Sam. He ends up being really interested in Sam and also coming to like the mayor. So, he decides he wants out of the assassin business. Will he get out? That remains to be seen.