Review of Looking For Alaska by John Green

As a YA fan I feel a bit ashamed that I have never read any John Green before. As I have 3 copies of Looking For Alaska kicking around my humble abode, I thought it might be prudent to read this Printz award winner, so I can have some street cred as a YA fan. […]

Review of Shadow Kiss by Richelle Mead

Folks, I am absolutely not going to post the synopsis for Shadow Kiss by Richelle Mead, as it will spoil Frostbite for you. Let me tell you right now up front, if you want to read these books and be surprised by what happens and not spoiled absolutely do not read the synopsis for the […]

Review of Frostbite by Richelle Mead

Frostbite by Richelle Mead is the second installment of the Vampire Academy series. It is set about 3 weeks after the first book, Vampire Academy, ends. Frostbite opens with a prologue which explains everything that happened in the previous book as well as the difference between Strigoi and Moroi. We again learn what a dhampir […]

Review of Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead

When I first bought the Vampire Academy books, I only did it because money was burning a hole in my pocket and my fellow book bloggers were singing Richelle Mead’s praises. I bought the Vampire Academy books back around September and had yet to actually read them, with my towering TBR I just never made […]

Review of Suite Scarlett by Maureen Johnson

Dear Maureen Johnson, I worship at your alter. Your books completely charm me. Suite Scarlett by Maureen Johnson deals with what happens to Scarlett Martin on her fifteenth birthday, when as family tradition dictates, she gets a key to a suite in the family hotel and must take care of the suite and whomever stays […]

Review of Geek Charming by Robin Palmer

Geek Charming by Robin PalmerĀ is about a girl named Dylan who is at the top of the popularity chain. Dylan makes Regina George look like Eleanor Roosevelt. Anyways Dylan makes a promise to let Josh, one of her geeky classmates, make a documentary about her and the other popular people. As a character, I couldn’t […]