Steph Sinclair reviews The Fault in Our Stars and explains why she both loved and disliked the book. Check out what she thought!
Review: The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey
Steph Sinclair reviews The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey and expects Kat’s declarations of Review War in the mornin’.
Review: Invisibility by Andrea Cremer and David Levithan
Adrienne Fray reviews Invisibility by Andrea Creamer and David Leviathan. Alas another meh read for her, come find out why!
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: The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey
Kat Kennedy is holding Rick Yancey’s review of The 5th Wave hostage until she gets the second book.
Review: Nameless by Lili St. Crow + Giveaway
Kat Kennedy reviews Nameless by Lili St Crow, and she may have a fixation on clouds. Find out more about the cloud thing by reading on. Also, more about Nameless!
Review: The Edge of Nowhere by Elizabeth George
Adrienne Fray reviews The Edge of Nowhere by Elizabeth George. Find out why she calls the story “a jumbled, monotonous and transparent mess”.
Review: The Symptoms of My Insanity by Mindy Raf
Steph Sinclair reviews The Symptoms of My Insanity by Mindy Raf, muses over awkward teen moments and rages over the last 3rd of the novel. Find out why!
Review: Out of The Easy by Ruta Sepetys
Adrienne Frey reviews Out of The Easy by Rupa Sepetys and discusses the benefits of historical fiction in regards to atmosphere.
Review: How to Lead a Life of Crime by Kirsten Miller
Steph reviews How to Lead a Life of Crime by Kirsten Miller. Find out why she thinks you should be adding it to your re-read lists.
Review: Imaginary Girls by Nova Ren Suma
“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: 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: Paper Valentine by Brenna Yovanoff
Adrienne Fray reviews Paper Valentine by Brenna Yovanoff and expresses her disappointment with a mystery that seemed to solve itself.
Review: Amelia Anne is Dead and Gone by Kat Rosenfield
Adrienne Fray reviews Amelia Anne is Dead and Gone by Kat Rosenfield.
Review: Prodigy by Marie Lu
Stephanie Sinclair reviews Prodigy by Marie Lu, regrets ever complaining about the characters in Legend and has a moment of angst. She’s sorry. It was unavoidable.
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: Quintana by Melina Marchetta
Kat Kennedy raves, and raves and raves some more about Quintana. Come see what has her so excited – and prepare yourself. Marchetta fever is highly contagious.
Review: Easy by Tammara Webber
Stephanie Sinclair reviews Easy by Tammara Webber. Find out why she calls it one of the best books she’s ever read!
Review: Easy by Tamara Webber
Kat Kennedy reviews Easy by Tamara Webber, shakes her booty and waxes lyrical about the treatment of rape in literature. Read on to see what got her shaking what her mother gave her.
Review: Riveted by Meljean Brook
Kat Kennedy makes a small divergence from Young Adult novels to review Riveted by Meljean Brook. Read more to find out what she thought!
Review: Origin by Jessica Khoury
Stephanie Sinclair reviews Jessica Khoury’s debut novel, Origin, and remises about one of her favorite movies, Jungle 2 Jungle, and the boy who named himself “Cat Piss.” Ah, the memories.
Review: The Telling by Leah Giarratano
Kat Kennedy reviews Disharmony by Leah Giarratano.
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.
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