Category: Book Reviews

REVIEW: The Problem with Forever

Posted July 9, 2016
REVIEW: The Problem with Forever

  Pushing the limits by Katie Mcgarry is one of my favorite Young Adult stories that I’ve come across in recent years. It wasn’t the most original or even the most exciting, un-put-downable novel I’ve picked up by any stretch but McGarry made me fall in love with all of the characters. Echo and Noah […]

REVIEW: Burn for Burn

Posted April 5, 2016
REVIEW: Burn for Burn

  There’s a certain skepticism that manifests after years of consistently reading novels in the same genres back to back. Unless you’re one of the lucky few readers who are able to find a handful of authors you can trust never to let you down…after a while you just don’t go into a book expecting […]

REVIEW: Take Me On

Posted January 22, 2016
REVIEW: Take Me On

  When I first started reading this I thought this was going to be another miss for me. I loved “Pushing the Limits”, Katie McGarry’s debut novel but up until now all of the additional novels she wrote for this series were hard to get into. But Take me on however, is another win for her. […]

REVIEW: Shadow & Bone

Posted December 8, 2015
REVIEW: Shadow & Bone

  It’s official. J.K Rowling has forever ruined Young Adult fantasy novels for me. And by that I mean, I’m incapable of reading one by another author without drawing parallels to the Harry Potter series. Now, with that being said… This book was FUCKING AWESOME! Finally, goddamn it—after not being able to get into a fantasy […]

REVIEW: Lying Out Loud

Posted December 6, 2015
REVIEW: Lying Out Loud

    Question: How is it possible to enjoy a book SO much when you can see every plot point coming before it happens? Answer: Kody Keplinger, ladies and gentleman. That’s how! Wow. I know that the L-O-L on the book’s cover is supposed to stand for “Lying out Loud” but if she were to change […]