Karma Patrol by Kate Miller isn’t a diamond. It’s a tube of Dior 999 on a bad day when all you could find before was chapstick. If you’re confused by my meaning, it’s basically everything you could need in a book when you ned a pick me up wrapped with mystery. It follows Jade Bailey- a … More Karma Patrol
So despite the fact that it took me forever and a day to find time in my never-resting life, I finally finished Winter, the final book in the The Lunar Chronicles. It did not disappoint. Winter was just as full of love as its predecessors and it was even more jam-packed with action. I was constantly thrown … More Winter: The Final Book of The Lunar Chronicles
So school has started and I’ve gotten ridiculously busy. Most people drop reading fun books for school but I would probably go insane without the comfort of stories to escape into so you can bet that I’ve been reading novels on my phone in my spare time instead of the textbooks I should be reading. … More The Lunar Chronicles and My Agony
“Well, for one thing, he looks like a Ken doll. And you’re beautiful.” I trip and fall down on the sidewalk. ~~~~ I finally gave in to all the listicles I’ve read telling me to read Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins. I don’t know what kept me from it before because this is … More My Heart’s in Paris
Wow, wow, wow, wow, wow. I just finished The Testing by Joelle Charbonneau and wow. I. Am. Speechless. Well not quite. My mind managed to utter a couple coherent thoughts about what I just read. First I have to say that I devoured this book. In a matter of hours, not days, but hours I poured into the … More Wow. The Testing.
In my quest for distraction and good books to read I sought out the best YA books of the year and summer to make my summer reading list. I’m always a little skeptical of these lists however because despite my wide taste in books I found that some just didn’t tickle my fancy and I … More The Liars Stole My Heart
So I’m a hardcore fan of Sarah Dessen’s novels. Honestly, I’ll recommend them to pretty much everyone. From Just Listen to Dreamland to my personal favorite Lock and Key, Sarah Dessen covers a variety of different issues faced by teenage girls and captures their struggles and thoughts perfectly while making them relatable. She takes serious issues … More Saint Anything
So I’ve always wanted a place where I could rave about books because my friends get way too tired of me talking about them. This is where my reviews have come to live, so enjoy my excited posts! Advertisements