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.
To All the Books I Forgot to Review (1)
Steph gives you an overdose of mini-reviews from 2013 books she accidentally forgot to review. Also, a giveaway!
Review: Beauty Queens by Libba Bray
Meg reviews Beauty Queens by Libba Bray, gawdy satire at its finest.
Review: Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell
Steph Sinclair reviews Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell and admits to completely disliking it.
Review: Unteachable by Leah Raeder
Steph Sinclair reviews Unteachable by Leah Raeder and explains why the book made her feels fall out her eyeballs.
Review: While You’re Away Part I by Jessa Holbrook
Steph reviews the first part in Jessa Holbrook’s While You’re Away novel.
Review: How to Love by Katie Cotugno
Meg reviews How to Love, it was amazing and heartfelt and full of feels.
Review: Freakboy by Kristin Elizabeth Clark
Kat Kennedy reviewed Freakboy by Kristin Elizabeth Clark and she has lots of feels to share about it!
Review: Fault Line by Christa Desir
Steph Sinclair reviews Christa Desir’s gritty debut novel, Fault Line, an intense story that explores the effects rape has on victims and their loved ones.
Review: Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell
Cuddlebuggery’s newest reviewer, Meg Morley, reviews Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell and, well, fangirls.
Review: Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock by Matthew Quick
Steph Sinclair reviews Matthew Quick’s newest novel, Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock. Find out why she highly recommend it!
Blog Tour: Review + Giveaway for Gated by Amy Christine Parker
Today we are a stop on the Gated blog tour. Find out why Steph calls it a fav or 2013 and enter for a chance to win an ARC!
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 Distance Between Us by Kasie West
Steph reviews The Distance Between Us by Kasie West and explains why it had her twirling around in her living room like a Disney Princess.
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: Dare You To by Katie McGarry
Kat Kennedy vaguely reviews Daring You To and compares it to Pushing the Limits, Katie McGarry’s first novel in the Pushing The Limits series.
Review: The Beginning of Everything by Robyn Schneider
Adrienne Fray reviews The Beginning of Everything by Robyn Schneider and enjoys a good book squee. Come see what all the fuss was about.
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: Fifty Shades of Grey by E.L. James
Don’t read this. Not even as a joke. It’s just not worth it.
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: 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: Sins & Needles by Karina Halle
Steph Sinclair reviews Sins & Needles by Karina Halle and gives three reasons why here happy cat died along the way, complete wit pop culture references FTW (because obviously she was bored enough to sound track her review).
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: The Bully Book by Eric Kahn Gale
Stephanie Sinclair actually approves of a Middle Grade novel. *gasp* Find out why she calls The Bully Book by Eric Kahn Gale “hilarious and utterly charming.”
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