[Blog Tour] Review: A Totally Awkward Love Story by Tom Ellen and Lucy Ivison

Reasons you need this book 1. It is FUCKING HILARIOUS. It’s also just got a very different sense of humor found in American YA novels. The straight-forward, British humor made me LOL a lot. Also British humor in general is pretty great. Lots of LOLs to be had.  2. It is Sex-positive. It isn’t just […]

ARC mini reviews: Middle Grade Edition

 Mr. Puffball: Stunt Cat to the Stars by Constance Lambardo Genres: Humor, Graphic Novel, Middle GradePublication date: Sepetember 29th, 2015 by Katherine Tegen BooksFormat: eARC PURCHASE: | Amazon | Book Depository | Goodreads |   As a cat person, this little chapter book appealed to me at a spiritual level. I saw that it was about […]

ARC Review: The Doublecross by Jackson Pearce

Did you watch the Spy Kids when you were younger? Did you think it was the absolute best? If yes, this book is for you. If not, you might still like this book! I mean, what’s not to like about a cute little middle grade novel that features spies? As soon as I read the […]

Review: The Truth Commission by Susan Juby

Reasons to read The Truth Commission 1. The Writing Style. This book is written in a fun, witty style that will make it impossible to stop reading (unless you just happen to have exams pop up… like I did). What makes this book so much fun to read is the fact that it’s written as a […]

ARC Review: The Improbable Theory of Ana and Zak by Brian Katcher

Things to Expect from The Improbable Theory of Ana and Zak: 1.) Two wonderfully-portrayed main characters. Ana and Zak both have very different and distinct personalities. Both were a bit hard to like at first (Ana was pretty stuck up, and Zak was an arrogant prick), but as they continued to learn more about each […]

ARC Review: Jinn and Juice by Nicole Peeler

I adore Jinn stories. Jinn are my favorite PNR creatures ever so whenever I hear about a book coming out that features them, I get superrr excited. Just like I was about this one. Sadly though, it didn’t amaze me the way I wanted it to. There are so many things about it that I […]

ARC Review: The World Forgot by Martin Leicht

It seems that none of the books in this series ever really blew my mind but I will say that this one was a worthy conclusion to the series. I felt a little sad after finishing the book because it was kind of like saying goodbye to that nice co-worker who you were never really close […]

ARC Review: Anyone but Ivy Pocket by Caleb Krisp

I am not sure whether this book is absolutely brilliant or a pain in the ass. Ivy Pocket reads a little like Amelia Bedelia (who just happens to be one of my favorite characters ever) and that brings up the question of whether this book was supposed to be a satirical or if we’re actually […]