Although I have an ARC of The Sun Is Also a Star, I decided to listen to it as an audiobook instead. I am so glad I did, because the readers for this book were all amazing. I enjoyed this book so much that I passed my ARC to a couple of co-workers just to share the... Continue Reading →
Sorry for being absent so long, my readers. I have not abandoned blogging, but I'm finding it harder and harder to find time to do it these days. I'm going to try harder to at least write a review or two whenever I can. Months can go by so fast this time of year. Today's... Continue Reading →
I read using a number of different styles this month, which made for a pretty crazy amount of literary consumption. I started a bunch of other books as well but haven't finished them yet so we shall see if any of them actually get read. Trade: 7 books Audio: 3 books Graphic novels: 5 books Total... Continue Reading →
I'm running out of "teens in mental hospitals" books! If any of you have suggestions I'd love to hear them. Please leave me a comment with any recommendations you have. Cracked is an interesting take on this genre. Victor and Bull are the alternating narrators in this classic tale of bully vs. bullied, but the twist... Continue Reading →
Am I the only one who automatically assumes that when a book starts out by telling me that one character has killed another that it's a lie? Maybe I've watched too many crime dramas on TV because I always think that the first suspect is the least likely to have actually committed the crime. Synopsis:... Continue Reading →
If a psychologist were to look at my Goodreads account these last few weeks they might very well assume that I'm having some sort of breakdown with all these books about mental illness I've been reading. In fact, while I do have my own issues with mental health, I just find books like this totally... Continue Reading →
Two teens meet in an online group where people pair up to assist each other in completing their suicide plans. Although neither of them want to share their story or develop attachments, it's impossible to share such a secret without sharing something of yourself.
Bernadette has gone missing. Using a stream of letters, emails, phone conversations, receipts and other collected bits of evidence, her daughter, Bee, tries to piece together the mystery of what happened.
I am lucky enough to have talented friends who are willing to write guest blogs for me when they feel passionately about a particular book. This guest blog is written by Scotto Williams, the often irreverent and always hilarious man behind scottowilliams.com and @scottowilliams When I first cracked open Blake Crouch’s new novel, Dark Matter, I was expecting something like a... Continue Reading →
New girl, Eleanor, is forced to sit next to Park on the school bus each day which doesn't suit either of them until they discover a mutual love of comic books and music. As they tackle the ups and downs of highschool life, their lives outside of the school halls are where the real drama is happening.