Paola reviews Open Road Summer and explains that while it didn’t meet her original expectations, it was still a fun summer read.
Review: The Zoo Box by Ariel Cohn, Aron Nels Steinke (Illustrations)
Nafiza reviews the Children’s Graphic Novel, The Zoo Box, and explains why it didn’t quite meet her expectations.
Review: The Girl With All The Gifts
The problem is The Girl With All The Gifts is […]
Review: Pawn by Aimee Carter
“I didn’t hate it, and I doubt many readers will despite its faults.” Kat Kennedy reviews Pawn by Aimee Carter.
Review: Jane, the Fox and Me by Fanny Britt and Isabelle Arsenault
Nafiza reviews Jane, the Fox and Me and calls it a book that speaks to all women.
Review: Room by Emma Donoghue
Think of “Room” as an experiment of sorts. It isn’t a lengthy or overly demanding piece, despite the hesitant progress and rereading that comes with its opening chapters and initially distracting presentation. It is the sort of book that, regardless of one’s final opinion, will stick to the back of the consciousness for days afterward, demanding contemplation and consideration.
Review: Golden by Jessi Kirby
I definitely don’t venture into the realm of contemporary YA […]
Review: 20th Century Ghosts by Joe Hill
It is doubtful that one will truly like every piece found here, but so too is it unlikely that one will dislike them all. The important thing to note is that the highs and lows are evenly spread throughout and for the most part mild in their permutations, and should consequently ensure an engaging reading experience from beginning to end.
Review: The Magicians by Lev Grossman
Though it ends with a (fairly ridiculous) cliffhanger, “The Magicians” isn’t near captivating enough to make it a story worth rereading or immediately following up on.
Review: Horde by Ann Aguirre
Meg reviews Horde by Ann Aguirre, why can’t all the trilogies end as epically as Razorland?
Review: Cinnamon and Gunpowder by Eli Brown
Kat Kennedy reviews the breath-taking adventure of Wedge and Captain Hannah Mabbot in Eli Brown’s Cinnamon and Gunpowder!
Review: Allegiant by Veronica Roth
So, this book happened. (Nathan Fillion sums up my feelings […]
Review: Vicious by Victoria Schwab
Whaaaaaat did I just read? What was that? You guys, […]
Review: Untold by Sarah Rees Brennan
“This is an open letter to Sarah Rees Brennan demanding she be held accountable for my feels.” Come read Meg’s review of Untold by Sarah Rees Brennan.
Review: Antigoddess by Kendare Blake
Meg reviews Kendare Blake’s newest novel, Anitgoddess. Read on to see what she thought!
Review: Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell
Cuddlebuggery’s newest reviewer, Meg Morley, reviews Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell and, well, fangirls.
Review: Rot & Ruin by Jonathan Maberry
Ultimately, this is a story about the humans (those on both sides of the great mortality debate) that live in a dangerous world and how they find peace within it. There’s plenty of violence thrown in, of course, but it never feels excessive or pointless. Instead, it helps further the story and give depth to the characters and their actions.
Review: Warm Bodies by Isaac Marion
Kat Kennedy reviews Warm Bodies – blah, blah, blah, you know the drill, right?
Review: The Fault in Our Stars by John Green
Steph Sinclair reviews The Fault in Our Stars and explains why she both loved and disliked the book. Check out what she thought!
Review: We Need to Talk About Kevin by Lionel Shriver
It may not be an enjoyable reading experience, but I believe that “We Need to Talk About Kevin” is an important one.
Review: The Knife of Never Letting Go by Patrick Ness
This is a wonderful first installment in what will likely prove to be an incredible series, and it pains me to know how relatively unknown it is at present.
Review: This Song Will Save Your Life by Leila Sales
Adrienne reviews This Song Will Save Your Life by Leila Sales. Find out why she calls it a highly addictive read!
Review: Shades of Grey by Jasper Fforde
It’s quirky, well-written, smart, witty, and emotional. It has everything that a certain other book with a rather similar name does not have.
Review: Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell
Adrienne Fray reviews Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell. Come see what made Adrienne’s cool give way into rampant mushing.
Review: Arclight by Josin L. McQuein
Adrienne Fray reviews Arclight by Josin L. McQuein. Find out why she can’t wait for a sequel.
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