Monthly Archives: January 2017

Another Day (Every Day #2) by David Levithan This wasn’t nearly as interesting as the first book, but that’s a given. I did really enjoy seeing the missing pieces from Rhiannon’s storyline. She was a more complex character that I originally assumed, especially with the instant guilt she feels towards anything. She’s a little too modest, if anything. It’s refreshing to see. A genuine person who over cares. Rare for teens in YA,… Read More

The Hating Game by Sally ThorneMy rating: 5 of 5 stars Review to come. I just need a second to process how much I love this book. Clue; look at my updates. I LOVE THIS BOOK. REVIEW: 10000000/5 stars. Yep. My first favourite of the year. So idk where to start in reviewing this. I found this book because it popped up on my feed that somebody liked one of their friend’s… Read More

Almost to Die For (Vampire Princess of St. Paul #1) by Tate Hallaway 3/5 stars. This book was basically a rip off of the first half of Jessica’s Guide to Dating on the Dark Side. But with a half vampire instead. It was sweet with basic language, definitely suited for a younger YA audience. TBH I never felt the passion for her and her love interests, and we find out at the… Read More

Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs My rating: 2 of 5 stars 2.5/5 stars. Wow what a disappointment??? I really didn’t like the writing IM SORRY! I know how popular this book is. But it felt way too immature for me to read, and the main protag is 16??? 1 year younger than I????????? I’m not usually a fan of pictures in my novels either. Idk I will still… Read More

Zeroes (Zeroes #1) by Scott Westerfeld 2.5/5 stars. This book jus wasn’t for me– it was well written, but with all the action I still found it boring. The concept is interesting, and I wanted to read it so badly I bought the last copy last Christmas instead of giving it to my friend. Oops. I’m glad I’ve finally read it! My issue is, I love the mob. I love all mob… Read More

Angelfall (Penryn & the End of Days #1) by Susan Ee 4/5 stars. THIS BOOK WAS EPIC!!! It’s basically what I wanted after reading Cassie Clare’s awesome repicturing of angels. I did like the plot line, it was entertaining enough, and Penryn reminded me so much of Katniss it was crazy. Penryn was an ideal female protag; strong willed, brave and stubborn. I’m glad to read such powerful characters, it’s refreshing after… Read More

Wool Omnibus Edition by Hugh HoweyMy rating: 3 of 5 stars 3.5/5 stars. This book had an interesting premise, but it was hard for me to read the flow of the writing most of the time. I enjoyed the backstory at the beginning, as well as when Juliette reaches another silo. I didn’t really understand what was going on around the 3/4 mark, but that could be because I was falling asleep… Read More

See Me (See Me #1)by Wendy Higgins 3.75/5 stars??? Probably the best Wendy Higgins book I’ve ever read! Idk I do enjoy Sweet Evil… Anna and Kai are hot AF. But Kale and Robyn are so colourful with great characteristics, they’re both really enjoyable to read about. Rock was hilarious, I must say. It was very cheeky of him to to steal the girl’s clothes while they were swimming. Kale blushing and… Read More

Lola and the Boy Next Door (Anna and the French Kiss #2) by by Stephanie Perkins 4/5 stars. It was beautifully written and I shipped Cricket and Lola (both names I wasn’t a fan of but whatever) so much! It’s nice to feel invested in a good ship. I haven’t been feeling that lately. It was a bit quirky but if you like contemporary reads it’s fine– I’m just somebody who likes… Read More

The Twelve Days of Dash and Lily (Dash & Lily #2) by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan 4.5 stars– .5 a star taken off for the angst. That’s not what I signed up for in this Xmas novel. This was hella sad at the beginning, and I just wanted to scream, “GO AND TALK TO EACH OTHER! PLEASE!” It was a little cliche but tbh I’ve totally done it before as the… Read More