Review: ‘The Star-Touched Queen’

I picked up The Star-Touched Queen on a whim – I had just finished a few contemporary stories and needed something magical to read. I checked Overdrive (an app & website that is part of your local library!) for a new audiobook and saw this was available so I figured, why not give it a… Continue reading Review: ‘The Star-Touched Queen’

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Review: ‘Retribution Rails’

Erin Bowman does it again with another western novel, set in Arizona in 1887! Now you may be thinking, “I don’t like westerns” but TRUST ME for a minute and give this story a try! You might be pleasantly surprised to find you love this world, just as I did! I’m not typical a fan… Continue reading Review: ‘Retribution Rails’

Review: ‘All Rights Reserved’

“In a world where every word and gesture is copyrighted, patented or trademarked, one girl elects to remain silent rather than pay to speak, and her defiant and unexpected silence threatens to unravel the very fabric of society.” This is the premise of All Rights Reserved, as taken from the Goodreads page. I loved the… Continue reading Review: ‘All Rights Reserved’

Review: ‘Once and For All’

I am a huge Dessen fan and I will literally read anything she writes.   Title: Once and For All Author: Sarah Dessen Series: Standalone Rating: 3/5 stars Summary This story follows Louna, whose mom is a wedding planner. Louna works for her mom in the business and is great at planning, as well as… Continue reading Review: ‘Once and For All’

Review: ‘A Semi-Definitive List Of Worst Nightmares’

Krystal Sutherland is now officially an auto-buy author for me. I will read anything and everything she writes. I LOVED A Semi-Definitive List of Worst Nightmares. L-O-V-E-D IT. And nobody is talking about it! Well, I’m here to talk about it and I hope you’ll decide to give this book a chance! Semi-Definitive List and… Continue reading Review: ‘A Semi-Definitive List Of Worst Nightmares’

Review: ‘They Both Die At The End’

The title ‘They Both Die At The End’ leaves little room for imagination and you already know how this story is going to end. I first remember hearing about this book at an event at Barnes & Noble featuring Nicola Yoon, Adam Silvera, and Kara Thomas. I believe it was to promote “The Sun Is… Continue reading Review: ‘They Both Die At The End’