Uncommon Criminals Ally Carter Audiobook Review

Instead of art, it’s cursed emeralds this time. The whole crew from Heist Society is back in Ally Carter’s Uncommon Criminals. This second book has got more swoon heyyyy Hale, more con jobs and much more jet setting. Katarina Bishop has been drifting from her family and friends, doing big jobs alone. When Kat is […]

When You Were Mine Rebecca Serle Audiobook Review

We all know the story of Romeo and Juliet — heck I had to read it in high school – but what about the minor characters? Rebecca Serle examines the character of Rosaline, Romeo’s love interest pre-Juliet against the modern backdrop of high school in Southern California. When You Were Mine is a heartbreaking read that […]

The Drowned Cities Paolo Bacigalupi Audiobook Review

It’s hard to say for certain what I like most about Paolo Bacigalupi’s young adult books. Maybe it is the sense that Paolo Bacigalupi doesn’t write down for his audience and tackles deeper themes with a certain finesse. Or perhaps it is the world building? Or maybe I really like his complex and flawed characters the best? […]

The Fault In Our Stars John Green Audiobook Review

When people call YA trite, shallow and mediocre, I think I will hand them The Fault In Our Stars by John Green as it is one of the best young adult offerings. The Fault In Our Stars is filled with meaning, deeper themes and a sense of personal investment. As a reader, I was deeply invested in […]

The Name Of The Star Maureen Johnson Audiobook Review

When I started The Name Of The Star by Maureen Johnson I was under the assumption that it was a historical fiction murder mystery. That was an incorrect assumption. Yet, I was not disappointed by The Name Of The Star turning out to be a modern day paranormal murder mystery as opposed to historical fiction. Maureen Johnson […]

Amy And Roger’s Epic Detour Morgan Matson Audiobook Review

You know you love a book when you find yourself google mapping a trip to Graceland in the middle of reading it. YOU GUYS! The open road is SO trans-formative and I know I will forever love road trip book. Amy & Roger’s Epic Detour by Morgan Matson definitely holds a special place in my heart. Yes, […]