I really enjoyed working on this annual series last year, so I have decided to do it again for 2018. Today, I will be sharing with you my favorite 18 books that I have read this year. If you want to check my review for any specific title, then feel free to click on its…… Continue reading Top 18 in 2018: Awesome Books I Read in 2018
Blurb Teenager Leila’s life is full of challenges. From bouncing around the foster care system to living with seasonal affective disorder, she’s never had an easy road. Leila keeps herself busy with her passion for environmental advocacy, monitoring the Urban Ecovists message board and joining a local environmental club with her best friend Sarika. And…… Continue reading Book Review of The Girl and the Grove- A heartfelt Urban Fantasy that explores environmental activism, acceptance, family, and friendship!
Blurb Summers are supposed to be fun, right? Not mine. I’ve got a job at my dad’s company, which is sponsoring a college scholarship competition. I just found out that, in addition to my job assisting the competing interns, I’m supposed to vote for the winner. Totally not what I signed up for. My boss…… Continue reading Blog Tour- Book Review of Spies, Lies, and Allies: I didn’t realize how much I missed Lisa’s writing until I started this book.
Title: Lie to Me Author: Natasha Preston Genre: Contemporary Romance Release Date: April 23, 2018 Blurb At nineteen, Savannah Dean escaped her family, leaving behind a note and the people who caused her so much pain. Now, she lives on…… Continue reading Blog Tour- Book Review of Lie to Me: An emotional, romance infused read.
Let us know what you think of the cover for Spies, Lies, and Allies: A Love Story by Lisa Brown Roberts, which releases May 1, 2018! “Isn’t it gorgeous!!!!!!!” About Spies, Lies, and Allies: A Love Story: Summers are supposed to be fun, right? Not mine. I’ve got a job at my dad’s company, which is sponsoring a college scholarship…… Continue reading Cover Reveal: Spies, Lies, and Allies by Lisa Brown Roberts.
Blurb: To all my old friends: So here you all are. Nice to see you can show up for a person once he’s dead. When Ruby St. James returns to her hometown, it is to the grave of her old friend Danny, a member of a group that was, ten years ago, Ruby’s whole world.…… Continue reading Blog Tour- Book Review of Friends and other liars: Realistic Events, Raw Emotions, PLL vibes, and a Bucket Full of Heartache!
Basic Keywords and Intro: Own Voices: Muslim debut Novel YA Contemporary First Person Point of View + 3rd person interludes A Coming of Age Novel Maya, an Indian-American Muslim teen, faces Islamophobia after a horrific terror attack occurs. Maya is also torn apart between being a good girl & doing everything her parents expect of…… Continue reading Book Review- Love, Hate & Other Filters: Fluffy moments, bigotry, and life.
My Review: This book was able to show, in a very vivid way, different ugly aspects of the human nature. The vegetarian is a collection of three novella, all of which revolve around Yeong-hye; however, we don’t always see things from her perspective. In the 1st novella, it is told from her husband’s…… Continue reading Book Review: The Vegetarian by Han Kang, Deborah Smith (Translator)
Title: Girl on the Verge Author: Pintip Dunn Publisher: Kensington Publication Date: June 27th, 2017 Genre: YA, Contemporary, Thriller Format: Ebook My Rating: 4/5 stars Plot: How far would you go to belong? In her small Kansas town, at her predominantly white school, Kanchana doesn’t look like anyone else. But at home, her Thai grandmother chides her for being too westernized.…… Continue reading Book Review: Girl on the Verge by Pintip Dunn
Title: Goodbye Days Author: Jeff Zentner Publisher: Penguin Random House Publication Date: April 6th, 2017 Genre: YA, Contemporary, Realistic Fiction Format: Review e-copy My Rating: 4.5/5 stars Blurb: Can a text message destroy your life? Carver Briggs never thought a simple text would cause a fatal crash, killing his three best friends, Mars, Eli,…… Continue reading Book Review: Goodbye Days by Jeff Zentner