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.
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.
Seriously, August, where did you go? I feel like the months are just flying by these days. Read: 10 books
Extraordinary Means is yet another audio book choice from Scribd to keep me amused during long stretches of mind-numbing tedium. I'm going to stick with the "sick kids" genre until I get tired of it, but so far I seem to have hit on some pretty good ones. Synopsis: Lane is the new kid at... Continue Reading →
Three hyper-pretentious music nerds break out of jazz band camp to start a band and go on tour across America.
I was really excited to read Ever the Hunted when I learned that Sarah J Maas liked it because I'm a bit of a Maas fangirl right now. Unfortunately, I don't think that this book lived up to the hype.
Stevie's parents have sent her to a treatment centre to deal with her eating disorder, but what they don't realize is that she will be gone long before anyone can force her to "get better". The Anniversary is coming soon, and she is ready to pay with her life to atone for her misdeeds.
Many of us had imaginary friends as children, but what if they suddenly came back and weren't exactly imaginary anymore?
I have been a very bad blogger throughout July. I don't know if it's because the weather is making me lazy, or if it's my crazy life schedule, but I couldn't seem to sit down for very long without finding something else to do instead. I did manage to celebrate my 7th wedding anniversary with... Continue Reading →
You all know my weakness for books about books, so it should come as no surprise that I had to read The Invisible Library. I wrote about it in a Wishlist Wednesday not long ago, and actually preordered it just to make sure I had it on hand the moment it was released. Synopsis: Irene... Continue Reading →