In which I review two fantasy books (The Silvered Serpents & Ninth House) I've read since my school shut down and I resumed not really leaving my house.
I am so excited to share with you today my review for a new favorite of mine: Christina Hammonds Reed's fantastic debut, The Black Kids.
Welcome to my blog tour stop for Mayhem, a recent read that I really enjoyed. If you like beach towns and morally gray supernatural happenings, this one's for you!
Difficult to read at times, but incredibly well-written, Cracked Up to Be is raw and powerful and heart-breaking.
Hello everyone! I am lucky enough to be joining the blog tour today for Foul is Fair by Hannah Capin. This book, a clever retelling of Shakespeare's Macbeth, is SO good, and I can't wait to share my thoughts with you in this review.
How to Be Remy Cameron is a well-written, diverse novel that explores the complex topic of identity through the lens of a teenage boy trying to figure out how to write his college essay.
A while back, I was a part of the blog tour for Fake It Till You Break It, and unfortunately, I was not a huge fan of the book. Now that the tour's been over for a while, I'll be sharing some thoughts on why it didn't work for me.
She's the Worst is a fun romp through LA that tells a story of sisters reconnecting over the course of (for the most part) one day. I felt that it was lacking in some areas, which prevented me from rating it higher than three stars, but I still found this contemporary novel fairly enjoyable.
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!