Publisher: St. Martin's Press

Bah Bah Black Sheep: The Star-Touched Queen

Bah Bah Black Sheep: The Star-Touched Queen

I am always a fan of reading about unique cultures and mythologies. Especially when they’re interwoven with a great story and great writing. The Star-Touched Queen by Roshani Chokski promised all of that. And it received major hype from practically all the bloggers and reviewers out there. People were raving. So I was expecting to love it, and I was ecstatic to see that I got accepted for a review copy. However, this book didn’t work for me. But I’m a fair person; I try to be a good reviewer. So I’m going to attempt to explain my dislike of it. But before I delve into the […]

Posted June 29, 2016
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In Real Life: An ARC Review

In Real Life: An ARC Review

Upon finishing In Real Life by Jessica Love, my first thought is: this book is cute. It’s that cute, feel-good type novel that permeates YA contemporary romances. “Cute” just seems to sum it up nicely in four letters. Personally, I didn’t connect with the main character Hannah a ton because she just seemed a lot younger than I and I think she was a little immature. Like the point of the novel is that she goes to meet Nick, a guy that she’s been talking to over the internet and phone for years. (Pssst, don’t worry. They met through Hannah’s sister and not creepily over the […]

Posted March 4, 2016
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Reread Review: Fangirl

Reread Review: Fangirl

Fangirl is lovely, easily one of my favorite contemporaries at the moment. I love its easy style and its lovable characters. And it’s just funny. And relatable. And just wonderful.

Posted July 11, 2015
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