ARC Review: Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff

I would like to start this review by thanking Jay Kristoff and Amie Kauffman for ruining my life. Thank you guys, I appreciate it. I am pretty sure they drink their readers’ tears to sustain themselves.  MOVING ON.  I am going to attempt to do the impossible and write a review for this book. No […]

[Blog Tour]: Nightfall by Jake Halpern and Peter Kujawinksi

The Social Potato welcomes you to the world of Nightfall, where dark things come crawling out once night falls… Today, the authors of this fantastically imagined book are here to talk about their biggest inspirations and how they contributed to the book. Peter Kujawinski My biggest inspiration as a writer is being a reader.  Growing up, […]

ARC Review: Walk on Earth a Stranger by Rae Carson

Walk on Earth a Stranger may just be the best YA Western I’ve read so far. It’s all I ever asked for bundled into an exciting adventure that had flipping pages as fast as I could. Fair warning though, this book won’t be everyone’s cup of tea. For as long as I can remember, reading books […]

ARC Review: Vengeance Road by Erin Bowman

You know what makes me happy? That YA Westerns are finally becoming a thing. One of my favorite (and most anticipated books of the year) was a YA Western and as soon as I heard that Vengeance Road was a YA Western (AND SAW THAT BEAUTIFUL COVER), I was sold. I ached with the need […]

ARC Review: Court of Fives by Kate Elliot

Court of Fives was kind of disappointing. The blurb had me excited but the book itself wasn’t nearly as exciting as I had thought it would be. I imagined that this would be a politically tense book and there would be high stakes but I never felt that way. Sure the MC is ripped away […]

Review: End of Days by Susan Ee

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.

ARC Review: Forbidden by Kimberley Griffiths Little

I think this book should be renamed to All The Bad Things That Can Happen to Jayden Over the Course of the Book. I AM NOT EVEN KIDDING. Jayden has the worst luck in the entire world. From the beginning of the novel to the end, tragedy seems to follow her around and she can […]

Review: The Bridge by Jane Higgins

I went into The Bridge expecting something that involved more secret agents but what I got was an intense dystopia that did not hold back on the realities of war. I have to say, with two good dystopias on my recently read list (this being one of them), I might just be ready to give dystopia […]