One Man Guy by Michael Barakiva | Book Review

I read Michael Barakiva’s debut:One Man Guy in one sitting. This really is not something that I do often, however, Barakiva’s debut merits reading all at once. Listen, if you like your books with meaningful family presence, budding romance, coming of age, and ALL THE FOOD, you’re going to enjoyOne Man Guy. Like, I picked […]

Allison: If You Could Be Mine | Sara Farizan | Book Review

When I first heard about If You Could Be Mine, I knew I had to read it. I was so excited that I had found another book that included diversity in the young adult world! Honestly, that is something that is still sadly missing in a lot of ways. Especially when it comes to stories […]

The Miseducation of Cameron Post Emily M. Danforth Book Review

I love it when a book takes me by surprise, especially when I go in expecting to like it but then come out head over heels in love. It’s a wonderful thing, coming out of reading felling a sense of compassion and empathy. The Miseducation Of Cameron Post by Emily M. Danforth is a profound and […]

Review: Will Grayson, Will Grayson by John Green and David Levithan

I would totally buy a ticket to Tiny Cooper: The Musical. That’s how fantastical Will Grayson, Will Grayson by John Green & David Levithan is. My copy has every ten pages dog-eared because of the awesome quotes. This book was totally worth cutting off an old lady to purchase the LAST copy at the Penguin […]

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 […]