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: We Are the Ants by Shaun David Hutchinson

If you like confusing books where you’re never sure about what is actually going on, We are the Ants is for you. This is an incredibly well-written book that will tell you a lot of things that might or might not be true. The real mystery is trying to figure out what the fuck is […]

ARC Review: Up to this Pointe by Jennifer Longo

If you are/were obsessed with Antarctica at any point in your life, you already know you need this book. Otherwise, you might want to read this book because THE STRUGGLE IS REAL, OKAY? One of the saddest things in the world is that in our society, we expect kids to have their life figured out […]

ARC Review: Thicker Than Water by Brigid Kemmerer

Brigid Kemmerer’s novels are some of the best brain candy out there. They are always so much fun to read, so engaging, and I am always drawn in from the very start. As much as I enjoyed Thicker than Water though, it wasn’t nearly as awesome as Kemmerer’s Elemental series. Thomas was a great character […]

Letter Review: Because You’ll Never Meet Me by Leah Thomas

Because You’ll Never Meet Me is a book that breaks the mould. Looking at its cover, you might be tempted to think this is a contemporary novel. However, what lies within is a delightful mix of genres. It features a strong speculative bend while retaining some authentic moments of adolescence, and it proves that stories […]

Review: The Sacred Lies of Minnow Bly by Stephanie Oakes

I love books that are difficult to group into a genre, so it’s little wonder that I enjoyed The Sacred Lies of Minnow Bly. In a publishing landscape filled with quirky teens, fantasy world or dystopic wasteland, this book stands apart in its unique setting and dark psychological streak. Forget about Snow White or Cinderella […]

Review: A Little Something Different by Sandy Hall

I bought this book due to the gorgeous cover, despite Jenna’s warnings about it (see her review). I’m sorry, Jenna, I know to always listen to you from now on! The cover was the only thing this book had going for it. I can confidently say this is the worst book I’ve read so far […]

ARC Review: The Anatomical Shape of The Heart by Jenn Bennett

I’ve loved everything I’ve read by Jenn Bennett and she is on my autobuy/read list so this review might be slightly biased…. BUT THE BOOK WAS REALLY GOOD OKAY? I went into this book expecting to fall in love and that’s exactly what happened. NO SURPRISES THERE. Jenn writes the most amazing romances that won’t fail […]