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I have said it before and I will probably say it once again, but I am a little tired of the fairy tale retelling trend in Young Adult. Mostly because I think sometimes the books have NOTHING in common with … Continue reading
I received this book from the publisher, this in no way impacted my opinion of the novel. Grit by Gillian French follows Darcy as she deals with an “easy girl” reputation and the aftermath of the fact that her ex-best … Continue reading
I bought a copy of A Monster Calls last year at a used book sale for 1 euro. It was the first Patrick Ness book I bought, but after reading this one, it certainly won’t be the last. It took … Continue reading
This book was sent to me by the publisher, this in no way influenced my opinion on the novel. Beheld by Alex Flinn seems to be the fourth novel in the Kendra Chronicles series of novels where Flinn mixes fairy … Continue reading
I was given an eARC of this book from the publisher; this in no way influenced my opinion. This is a Spoiler free review! American Street by Ibi Zoboi is one of the most powerful stories I have read this … Continue reading
How it Went Down by Kekla Magoon tells the story of Tariq Johnson who’s a 16 year old black young man who’s shot twice by Jack Franklin a white man. Tariq dies from the gunshot wounds he sustained. This is … Continue reading