Stacey Lee's most recent novel is a stunning work of historical fiction that explores often-overlooked pieces of America's past and had me gasping at every plot twist.
Happy weekend, readers! It is my pleasure to share with you today a book review for a new favorite of mine, The Art of Breaking Things. Be sure to read to the end of the post, because I have a book giveaway in store as well!
Originally published in Australia (with the title Amelia Westlake), Amelia Westlake Was Never Here is a fun, subversive story about fighting injustice and falling in love.
In the Neighborhood of True is an engaging exploration of right and wrong set against the backdrop of 1958 Georgia. Read more for my thoughts on the novel, a Q&A with the author, and an excerpt!
The Fever King is a complex and immersive fantasy novel with sci-fi and dystopian elements that kept me on the edge of my seat.
Squad is an interesting story about falling out of friendship that's enjoyable, albeit a bit disjointed.
You Asked for Perfect is an intensely relatable high school narrative that balances academic pressure with heartwarming romantic and familial relationships.
The Breakaways is a sweet graphic novel about middle schooler Faith and how she navigates friendship and soccer.
The Birds, the Bees, and You and Me follows a high school student named Lacey who aims to change her school's old-fashioned sex ed program.
Our Year of Maybe is a fantastically written contemporary novel with complex characters, diversity rep, and an exploration of toxic friendships.