The Faithless Hawk by Margaret Owen | Book Review

Hello hi I am converted and obsessed with Margaret Owen’s books. I picked up The Faithless Hawk immediately after finishing The Merciful Crow and have zero regrets. In fact, this is my favorite kind of reading to do. BINGE READING, where you just gobble up one book after another by the same author. I don’t often give […]

The Merciful Crow by Margaret Owen | Book Review

The Merciful Crow by Margaret Owen was so much better than I expected. I’ll admit I went in with not a lot of expectations. This book has mixed reviews on my goodreads. Still, I wanted to pick it up because I just absolutely love the design of the cover. Also, I’ve been on a roll […]

The Girl In The White Van by April Henry | Book Review

From time to time, it feels like I just want a quick thriller to rip through. Of course, there’s certain things I cannot handle in a thriller (very young children in danger) but otherwise, am good to go with picking one up. The Girl In The White Van by April Henry is a young adult thriller […]

The Do-Over by Jennifer Honeybourn | Book Review

I had randomly picked The Do-Over by Jennifer Honeybourn to read off my TBR cart because it was short and I quite liked the bright cover. Previously I had read Honeybourn’s Wesley James Ruined My Life and enjoyed my time with it. So, it seemed reasonable that I would also enjoy my time with this contemporary book. […]

Forward Me Back To You by Mitali Perkins | Book Review

Books written by Mitali Perkins are such a treat to read. Her stories absolutely will take you on a journey — and that’s not just me being cliche saying that. Forward Me Back To You, published in 2019 I guess, is an EXCELLENT read. While looking at books on my TBR cart, I decided that I […]

Now That I’ve Found You by Kristina Forest | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To Now That I’ve Found You by Kristina Forest? Now That I’ve Found You by Kristina Forest is a contemporary YA book that is not about Black trauma, so I wanted to read it. It’s important to talk up and promote books featuring Black joy, I’ve learned but also really truly […]