ARC Review: The Doublecross by Jackson Pearce

The Doublecross

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 […]

[Blog Tour]: A Book of Spirits and Thieves by Morgan Rhodes

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The Social Potato is proud to present you with A Book of Spirits and Thieves. As the first stop on the blog tour, today we bring to you a (somewhat long) review of this gorgeousness.  A Book of Spirits and Thieves by Morgan Rhodes Buy: Amazon | Book Depository | Barnes and Noble  Worlds collide in this suspenseful, […]

Review: The Truth Commission by Susan Juby

The Truth Commission

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 […]

Review: Alias Hook by Lisa Jensen

Alias Hook

Alias Hook has gotten so much praise and given everything I had heard, I was curious about this book and wondered if it would live up to the praise it had received. I am not a hundred percent sure it did. Don’t get me wrong, I loved this book, but I also struggled with it […]

Review: End of Days by Susan Ee

End of Days

I find it very hard to put into words what exactly this series means to me and seeing it end, I don’t quite know what to say. It hasn’t quite hit me that there will be no more of Penryn and Raffe and that my life will continue to go on without these two.

[Blog Tour]: Crimson Bound by Rosamund Hodge

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The Social Potato welcomes Rosamund Hodge to the blog Death Before Dishonor by Rosamund Hodge We’ve all heard the phrase “death before dishonor.” It doesn’t have a good reputation. For most of us, it calls to mind codes we find archaic and actions we find abhorrent–men dueling each other to the death over trivial insults, […]

Review: Under a Painted Sky by Stacey Lee

Under a Painted Sky

Under a Painted Sky was one of my most anticipated novels of the year so diving into it, I was more than ready to love it. But did I love it? DID I? Nope. I lurved it. THIS IS A BRILLIANTLY WRITTEN, GORGEOUS NOVEL THAT I WANT TO SHOVE AT EVERYONE. And I am using caps to […]

ARC Review: Cold Burn of Magic by Jennifer Estep

Cold Burn of Magic

Last year, one of my favorite series–Mythos Academy– came to an end. I, like many other fans was left feeling lost because I had fallen in love with the characters and wasn’t ready to let go (but when are you ever ready?). So when I found out the author had a new series coming out […]

[Blog Tour + Giveaway]: All The Rage by Courtney Summers

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This book is one of the worst books you will ever read and I mean this in the best way possible. This is a HORRFYING READ and one that will shock you and amaze you. This is a read that will make your eyes water if not make you outright bawl about how unfair things […]