I don’t really remember when I first spotted Am I normal yet? but the series has been on my radar for a long time now. I have to admit, the cover for the second book in the series, How Hard Can love be? definitely put me off a bit. I don’t read a lot of… Read More Review: Am I Normal Yet?
Patrick Ness is the kind of author that inspires absolute devotion in his fans, but I’ve always felt like a bit of an outcast. I read and enjoyed The Knife of Never Letting Go in June 2015 – but not so much that I’ve finished the rest of the series since. Release isn’t necessarily the… Read More Review: Release
I’ve seen a lot of great reviews for The Wrath and the Dawn and it’s sequel, but Flame in the Mist is the first Renée Ahdieh book I’d ever picked up, so I had pretty much no idea what to expect. Feudal Japan, Mulan-inspired, Fantasy… It sounded pretty epic, and so I had high hopes. … Read More TBR list review: Flame in the Mist
This book is described as Pretty Little Liars meets The Breakfast Club, and that’s a perfect description. Five students go into detention, and only four make it out alive. It’s quickly determined that the death of Simon – the school gossip – is no accident, and no one had better opportunity than the four students… Read More Review: One of Us Is Lying
I finished Night Study in 6 days. In comparison, Dawn Study took me twice as long, and sadly I didn’t feel it lived up to the previous books. Having really enjoyed every other Maria V. Snyder book, I went into this one with pretty high hopes, especially since it was the final book in the… Read More Review: Dawn Study