After The End by Amy Plum | Book Review

If you have a readathon coming up, like the April Dewey 24 Hour Readathon, it would behoove you to put Amy Plum’s After The End on your stack, if you have it in your possession. After The End has all the hallmarks of a perfect readathon book: first chapters, exciting story, consistent action, and a relatively short […]

Orleans | Sherri L. Smith | Book Review

Sometimes I am an idiot and read mediocre books with fast approaching release dates while letting the good ones languish in a pile. YOU GUYS, I let Orleans by Sherri L. Smith languish, like a total idiot, and let me tell you I have all of the regrets, because this book was AMAZING. Yes, all caps […]

Review of Brightly Woven by Alexandra Bracken

To be honest, I wasn’t very engaged with Brightly Woven by Alexandra Bracken at first. The story begins when this town on the outskirts of the kingdom receives it’s first rainstorm after many years of drought. Turns out some bad stuff is about to happen. Our lovely heroine Sydelle finds herself caught in the middle of this […]

Review of Boys, Bears, And A Serious Pair of Hiking Boots by Abby McDonald

Boys, Bears, And A Serious Pair Of Hiking Boots by Abby McDonald is pretty much exactly what it appears to be, a cute book about a girl who goes into the wilderness. To be honest, I thought this book did an excellent job of serving it’s purpose. It kept me entertained, I awwwwed in the […]

Review of Life As We Knew It by Susan Beth Pfeffer

ife As We Knew It by Susan Beth Pfeffer is a fine piece of YA post-apocalyptica. Life As We Knew It takes the format of a journal written by Miranda who is sixteen and living a super-normal life until in the space of a single day, everything changes.