Monsters Of Men by Patrick Ness | Book Review

There is something special about the Chaos Walking series. These three books - The Knife Of Never Letting Go, The Ask And The Answer, and Monsters Of Men have this way of reaching inside you and revealing universal truths. They have this way of extracting some really serious feels from what feels like your core. To me, these books […]

Finnikin Of The Rock by Melina Marchetta | Book Review

Finnikin Of The Rock is a deeply romantic story of not just Finnikin and the dream walker Evanjalin, but of a people who have suffered unspeakable things who will finally, finally return to their land. This is the story for those who love an underdog.

The Strange And Beautiful Sorrows Of Ava Lavender | Leslye Walton | Book Review

I am going to be straight up and honest with you — when I first cracked open The Strange And Beautiful Sorrows Of Ava Lavender by debut author Leslye Walton, I was really skeptical. I thought, a girl with wings and her struggles this is going to be dumb. Turns out the only dumb one was […]

Girl Parts | John M. Cusick | Book Review

Books with unique concepts tend to pique my attention. As I finished Girl Parts by John M. Cusick, I had no clue how to categorize it. Was it contemporary? No, because there’s technology that does not exist. Was it science fiction? No, because the only technology that doesn’t exist in it is the whole Companion thing. […]

Garden Princess | Kristin Kladstrup | Book Review

There’s a pretty famous blog out there that coined the whole ‘put a bird on it’ term and I totally do not remember what blog that was. But you guys? That is how you get me to pick up a book solely based on the cover, PUT A BIRD ON IT. When I saw Garden Princess […]

Allison: The Obsidian Blade | Pete Hautman | Book Review

From time to time you randomly pick a book out from your to-be-read pile because you’re looking for something a little different from what you’ve read recently. Sometimes this is a good thing as you find yourself unexpectedly falling in love with a new book. Unfortunately, this isn’t how it always works out, and sadly […]