ARC Review: The Creeping by Alexandra Sirowy

The Creeping

The Creeping was a novel I was initially very excited about but when I dove in, I had a hard time really connecting to the characters. I LOVED the creepiness of it, and the dark atmosphere but when it came to the characters, there was only one I liked and he happened to be the […]

ARC Review: The Fixer by Jennifer Lynn Barnes

The Fixer

What we need more in YA is political thrillers. SERIOUSLY. This book was so much fun and so addictive. It’s the kind of book you want to high-five while reading (don’t question my logic of high-fiving inanimate objects). For starters, believe the tagline, this book actually did remind me of Scandal (the tv show) and in […]

Review + Game: Harrison Squared by Darryl Gregory

Harrison Squared

Harrison Squared genuinely surprised me. It’s not that I expected to not enjoy it, but since I hadn’t read a single review for it or even heard much about it besides what I’d gathered from reading the blurb, I had no idea what to expect when I dived in (if you’ve read the book, that statement would […]

Review: Duplicity by N.K. Travers

Duplicity

Duplicity is a book I can easily classify as brain candy. I had a lot of issues with the book itself but the premise just made it so much fun to read about even if the main character and  I didn’t get along at all. This book is fantastically imagined and the fact that I […]

ARC Review: Liars, Inc. by Paula Stokes

Liars, Inc.

This book is special indeed. After all the hype surrounding this book, I dived in expecting to be thoroughly charmed but I wasn’t. At least not at first. I liked it, I enjoyed it but I didn’t see why everyone loved it so much until a certain moment near the end. That’s what made this book […]

ARC Review: The Bargaining by Carly Anne West

The Bargaining

This book is far from perfect but I absolutely adored it. When I first dived into this book, I pretty much had no idea what it was about, I remembered reading the blurb and being intrigued but the only concrete detail I remembered was that this book had something to do with woods. I had […]

Review: The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin

review   I have been putting of reading this book for years. Claims that this book’s similar to Hush, Hush was the main reason why I was dreading this novel. My ratings for both books are similar, but I can’t exactly say that they’re similar.

[Blog Tour] ARC Review: Cut Me Free by J.R. Johansson

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Cut Me Free was quite honestly not what I expected it to be. I went into the book looking for something more along the lines of mind fuck and got something different.  But it was a good different. This book may not have been what I wanted it to be but what it was was […]

ARC Mini Reviews: Egmont Edition

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Genres: Horror, Paranormal, Young AdultRelease Date: August 26th, 2014Publisher:  EgmontUSASource:  eARC from EdelweissCheck out on GOODREADS Connor’s family moves to Amity to escape shady business deals. Ten years later, Gwen’s family moves to Amity for a fresh start after she’s recovered from a psychotic break.But something is not right about this secluded house. Connor’s nights are plagued with gore-filled dreams […]