Review: Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli

Review: Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli

Sixteen year old, high school junior Simon, is gay but he’s not officially out yet. Though the moment might come sooner than expected after his personal emails fall into the wrong hands. If Simon doesn’t help Martin win over his friend Abby, then his sexual orientation will become common knowledge. Worse yet the privacy of Blue, the boy he’s been emailing, will be compromised. High school is complicated enough without the added stresses of blackmail. On top of everything, Simon’s once tight knit group of friends has seemingly hit...


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February in Review

February in Review

Hi guys! So I’m doing something new. Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes… sorry I couldn’t resist! Where was I again? Apparently I’m easily distracted. Oh right.. my something new! If you couldn’t guess ( 😉 ) it’s a “month in review” post. Each month I will recap my reads and content along with mentioning things I’m looking forward to in the month ahead. We shall see how it goes, hopefully you guys like it! Anyways, I hope everyone had a lovely month (how many times can I say month?! just had to say...


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Review: Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff

Review: Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff

Kady thought the worst part of her day was going to be breaking up with her boyfriend. But who could have guessed that the day she breaks it off with Ezra their planet would be attacked? Not Kady. The year is 2575 and a rival corporation has marked the planet Kady calls home for destruction. Instead of parting ways, exes Kady and Ezra find themselves fighting for their lives in attempts to escape with the evacuating fleet. They succeed, but they’re far from safe. An enemy warship is hot...


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Review: Salt to the Sea by Ruta Sepetys

Review: Salt to the Sea by Ruta Sepetys

It’s WWII and the Soviets are quickly advancing through Germany, forcing thousands of weary refugees to flee to the coast in hopes of gaining passage on the Wilhelm Gustlofff. Inspired by the true events of the little known, yet largest tragedy in maritime history, Salt to the Sea tells the tale of four teenagers whose paths intertwine as they make their way to supposed safety. Different homelands, different stories, yet they have one thing in common: all are haunted by the realities of war. The ship may be their...


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Review: Glass Sword (Red Queen #2) by Victoria Aveyard

Review: Glass Sword (Red Queen #2) by Victoria Aveyard

Mare Barrow is a Red yet unlike others of her blood, she possesses powers. The lightning girl is nothing short of an abomination in the eyes of the ruling Silvers, particularly the newly crowned King, Maven, whom Mare once considered an ally. After escaping her execution with Cal, Mare knows what needs to be done. Armed with Julian’s list containing names of other Red’s like her, Mare sets out to recruit the newbloods to the cause. That alone is no easy task, but to make matter worse Maven knows...


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Book Cover Love: 15 Covers I've Been Having a Love Affair With Lately

Book Cover Love: 15 Covers I’ve Been Having a Love Affair With Lately

Happy Valentine’s Day my fellow book lovers! 🙂 In honor of the holiday of lovey dovey mushiness I decided to share with you the book covers I am currently having a love affair with. Yes, I judge books by their covers. You know you do it too, at least on some level! Don’t get me wrong, the quality of the cover is never the deciding factor in choosing a book, but if the cover is good I expect something amazing out of the story. Fair? Probably not, but good...


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Review: Opal by Jennifer L. Armentrout|Book Lovers Alliance|Book Blog

Review: Opal (A Lux Novel, Book 3) by Jennifer L. Armentrout

Problems are stacking up for Katy and Daemon, though at least their relationship isn’t one of them. Katy has finally accepted her and Daemon’s feelings for one another and, together, they’re ready to weather the storm ahead. Good thing, because when it rains it pours. Dawson may be back from the grasp of Daedalus, but they still have Beth. Their search to free her has them attempting to walk into the enemy’s door. But that’s not the worst part. In order to accomplish the impossible task, they are forced...


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