I have to confess that the only John Green book I’ve read is the Fault in Our Stars. BUT I definitely was excited for this one and it did not disappoint!
If you’re looking for a light-hearted contemporary YA that also deals with LGBT (and some romance!), then this is the story for you! I had been hearing about this book on Twitter and it peaked my interested. I ended up listening to this entirely via audiobook and the narration was fantastic! Title: Autoboyography Author: Christina Lauren Rating: 4/5 stars Upon first reading the summary, I … Continue reading Review: ‘Autoboyography’
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 of “westerns” either, and I can’t say I can name … Continue reading Review: ‘Retribution Rails’
“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 concept of paying for every word or gesture, that everything … Continue reading Review: ‘All Rights Reserved’
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 her previous book, Our Chemical Hearts, felt so REAL to … Continue reading Review: ‘A Semi-Definitive List Of Worst Nightmares’
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 Also A Star” by Nicola Yoon and Adam mentioned his … Continue reading Review: ‘They Both Die At The End’
Godsgrave is the 2nd book of the The Nevernight Chronicle trilogy and picks up a few months after where Nevernight left off. This review will contain spoilers for Nevernight, but none for Godsgrave. I listened to the majority of this as an audiobook and 10/10 recommend Godsgrave as audio! (Check out my review of Nevernight here!) Title: Godsgrave Author: Jay Kristoff Series: The Nevernight Chronicle … Continue reading Review: ‘Godsgrave’
I put off reading Nevernight until close to the release date of Godsgrave because I just had a feeling this would be a series I would want (need) to read back to back. And. I was right. Title: Nevernight Author: Jay Kristoff Series: The Nevernight Chronicle Rating: 5/5 stars First, please let me get my fangirling out. ALDSJLFJASLDFKAJDAFJLDASD ALL THINGS HOLY OMG CAPSLOCK TO INFINITY AND … Continue reading Review: ‘Nevernight’