“Imaginary Girls” is not a book for everyone. Some will love it. Some will hate it. It certainly is unique, however, and that alone makes it worth your time.
Review: White Lines by Jennifer Banash
Adrienne Fray reviews White Lines by Jennifer Banash. Find out she says she couldn’t recommend it despite it keeping her interested.
Review: Just One Day by Gayle Forman
Stephanie Sinclair finally experiences the magic that is Gayle Forman with Just One Day.
Review: Speechless by Hannah Harrington
Kat Kennedy reviews one of the bigger contemporaries released in 2012, Speechless. A horror novel about Kat’s worst nightmare – not being able to chatter on incessantly. The horror! Oh the horror! Click on to read more.
Review: Such a Rush by Jennifer Echols
Kat Kennedy reviews Jennifer Echol’s Such a Rush. Click to find out what she loved, what she hated and what annoys her the most.
Review: The Fault in Our Stars by John Green
Green is a fantastic writer and storyteller, and I see his work as a wonderful example of YA literature done right. While I can certainly understand why some would find issues with the subject matter, I firmly believe that every reader who enjoys YA needs to give this one, at the very least, a try. It’s not perfect, but it certainly comes close, and its emotional power cannot be denied.
Review: Defy The Stars by Stephanie Parent
Adrienne Fray reviews the Romeo and Juliet retelling, Defy the Stars by Stephanie Parent.
Review: Amelia Anne is Dead and Gone by Kat Rosenfield
Adrienne Fray reviews Amelia Anne is Dead and Gone by Kat Rosenfield.
Review: Lola and the Boy Next Door by Stephanie Perkins
Adrienne Fray reviews Stephanie Perkins’ Lola and the Boy Next Door. She found it charming. Read more to find out why!
Review: Ask the Passengers by A.S. King
Cuddlebuggery’s newest reviewer, Anna Swenson, reviews Ask the Passengers by A.S. King. Read more to find out what she thought!
Review: Pushing The Limits by Katie McGarry
Kat Kennedy officially hands in her Badass Reviewer Badge after weeping uncontrollably while reading Pushing The Limits by Katie McGarry. Read to find out why.
Review: My Life Next Door by Huntley Fitzpatrick
Isabelle from Wake Up at 7 stops by Cuddlebuggery for a fierce gladiator-style battle! Well, not really. But she does review My Life Nest Door by Huntley Fitzpatrick.
Review: The Piper’s Son by Melina Marchetta
Kat Kennedy posts her review for The Piper’s Son by Melina Marchetta and discusses the trend in YA literature to infantilize teens.
Review: I’ll Tell You Mine by Pip Harry and Giveaway
Kat Kennedy reviews Pip Harry’s I’ll Tell You Mine on the blog today. Fact: Kat Kennedy is not entirely sure what a Goth is or whether she likes it. Lesser known fact: The Gothipotumos is not a real creature. She iz disappoint.
Review: Chopsticks by Jessica Anthony and Rodrigo Corral
Stephanie Sinclair reviews Jessca Anthony and Rodrigo Corral’s remarkable photographic novel, Chopsticks, proving that sometimes buying a book on a whim doesn’t always end in a furious, ranting review.
Review: Gone, Gone, Gone by Hannah Moskowitz
In the wake of the post-9/11 sniper shootings, fragile love finds a stronghold in this intense, romantic novel from the author of Break and Invincible Summer. Kat Kennedy reviews Hannah Moskowitz’s newest contemporary novel, Gone, Gone, Gone.
Review: Wanderlove by Kirsten Hubbard
It all begins with a stupid question: Are you a Global Vagabond? No, but 18-year-old Bria Sandoval wants to be. In a quest for independence, her neglected art, and no-strings-attached hookups, she signs up for a guided tour of Central America—the wrong one.
Review: Raw Blue by Kristy Eagar
Carly has dropped out of uni to spend her days surfing and her nights working as a cook in a Manly café. Surfing is the one thing she loves doing … and the only thing that helps her stop thinking about what happened two years ago at schoolies week.
And then Carly meets Ryan, a local at the break, fresh out of jail. When Ryan learns the truth, Carly has to decide. Will she let the past bury her? Or can she let go of her anger and shame, and find the courage to be happy?
Review: Where She Went by Gayle Forman
It’s been three years since the devastating accident . . . three years since Mia walked out of Adam’s life forever.
Review: If I Stay by Gayle Forman
I played the violin for five years and the viola […]
Review: The Legacy of Eden by Nelle Davy
It’s hard to talk objectively about The Legacy of Eden […]
Review: Before I fall by Lauren Oliver
I have to confess something before I write this review. […]
Review: Gone, Gone, Gone by Hannah Moskowitz
There are so many great things about this book. How […]
Review: Invincible Summer by Hannah Moskowitz
Summer. It’s the season of innocence, fun, laughter, all the […]
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