ARC: Wink Poppy Midnight by April Genevieve Tucholke

I don’t even know how to react to this book. It takes you on a twisty, surreal journey and leaves your brain scrambled. So what actually happened? That is a good question. DON’T ASK ME. I might be lying and you would never know. Oops. Likes Creepiness: While this book may sound like a mystery/contemporary, […]

ARC Review: The Heartbreakers by Ali Novak

Instead of torturing myself further, I finally decided to give up on this book the second I finished the 103rd page. I’m surprised I made it that far, and I definitely have no regrets. Within those miserable–okay, maybe I’m exaggerating, but I did NOT enjoy anything I read AT ALL–103 pages, I managed to:

ARC Review: Nothing Left to Burn by Patty Blount

This book had a pretty insane amount of drama, one that didn’t properly blend with the supposed huge mystery that the synopsis promised. And I say “supposed” huge mystery since it never really felt like an important part of the story for me. The romance overtook it for sure. Now, the romantic in me says […]

ARC Review: Becoming Jinn by Lori Goldstein

What do you do when a book’s synopsis promises a mind-numbing fantasy world with dark secrets and deceptions? Obviously, you take your expectations to the next level. And when the book lets you down? You rant. Becoming Jinn started off promisingly. Azra had just grown into her powers and was being a satisfyingly rebellious-but-not-too-rebellious teen. […]

ARC Review: None of the Above by I.W. Gregorio

Ever heard of the term intersex? Before coming across this book, I already knew that there were people who outwardly looked like a true male/female, but had other parts, but I never really knew anything about this condition other than that. None of the Above opened my eyes to this concept, and I believe everyone should […]

ARC Review: Things We Know by Heart by Jessi Kirby

“Every heart sings a song, incomplete, until another heart whispers back.” –Plato First off, you guys need to know that Things We Know by Heart will break your heart into a million shards, then tape the pieces back together (and possibly even staple the holes shut). And then the ending will… well, I’m not going to spoil you. […]

ARC Review: A Wicked Thing by Rhiannon Thomas

review  A Wicked Thing, quite frankly, was a huge snooze fest. It had lots of potential to become a unique, whimsical and gorgeous read, but in the end, it turned out to be dull and lame (although it was still pretty unique).