Layover by Amy Andelson and Emily Meyer: YA Review

What a super cute book! Synopsis Flynn: At first we were almost strangers. But ever since I moved to New York, Amos was the one person I could count on. And together we were there for Poppy. (I mean, what kind of parents leave their kid to be raised by a nanny?) I just didn’t […]

Review for The Ultimate Reading Challenge: Puddle Jumping by Amber Johnson

Review for The Ultimate Reading Challenge Once again Angelica (Angie) from Collector of Book Boyfriend and now Angela from Reading Frenzy enrolled me for another challenge. Read each month one book following their lead. January’s theme: re read an old favorite. I have many old favorites but I wanted to read something about a flawed […]

Review: Secondborn by Amy A. Bartol

Read it in one day! Synopsis Firstborns rule society. Secondborns are the property of the government. Thirdborns are not tolerated. Long live the Fates Republic.On Transition Day, the second child in every family is taken by the government and forced into servitude. Roselle St. Sismode’s eighteenth birthday arrives with harsh realizations: she’s to become a […]

Now I get it! Grip by Kennedy Ryan. Review

Yesterday I told you how I did not like Flow. Now I get the hype! Synopsis ***This is not a cliffhanger***Resisting an irresistible force wears you down and turns you out. I know. I’ve been doing it for years. I may not have a musical gift of my own, but I’ve got a nose for […]

Unpopular Opinion: Flow by Kennedy Ryan

I did not like it, so what? Synopsis In 8 years, Marlon James will be one of the brightest rising stars in the music industry. Bristol Gray will be his tough, no-nonsense manager. But when they first meet, she’s a college student finding her way in the world, and he’s an artist determined to make […]

Everless by Sara Holland: Review

Blood is Money Time is Power Desire is Treachery   Welcome to Everless Synopsis In the kingdom of Sempera, time is currency—extracted from blood, bound to iron, and consumed to add time to one’s own lifespan. The rich aristocracy, like the Gerlings, tax the poor to the hilt, extending their own lives by centuries.No one […]