[Book Review] Red Queen

Don’t forget to join in on my 500 follower giveaway! Title: Red Queen Author: Victoria Aveyard Pages: 383 Genre: Fantasy, Romance, Young Adult Rating: 4 out of 5 stars In a world, where there are only two types of people. Those who bleed red and those who bleed silver. Those who bleed red are treated…

[Book Review] From Twinkle, with Love

Title: From Twinkle, with Love Author: Sandhya Menon Pages: 328 Genre: Young Adult, Slice of Life, Drama Rating: 4 out of 5 stars A teenage novel about a prospective movie director named Twinkle Mehra. She has longed to make movies and is finally given the chance when a fellow student named Sahil approaches her with…

[Book Review] The Delusion

Title: The Delusion Author: Laura Gallier Pages: 316 Genre: Paranormal, Horror, Young Adult Rating: 3 out of 5 Stars Just a warning, this book is about students committing suicide and a lot of death occurs throughout and is described as well. The main character, Owen Edmonds, drinks some water one day and is somehow able…

[BOOK REVIEW] This is Where it Ends

Title: This is Where it Ends Author: Marieke Nijkamp Pages: 285 Genre: Fiction, Young Adult, Slice of Life Rating: 4 out of 5 stars “Everyone has a reason to fear the boy with the gun” Specifically four people in particular. This young adult book follows four students who attend Opportunity high. During a speech in…

[BOOK REVIEW] Empire of Storms

Title: Empire of Storms Author: Sarah J. Maas Pages: 693 Genre: Fantasy, Romance, Young Adult, Action & Adventure Rating: 5 out of 5 stars Wow wow wowzzers. Empire of Storms is the Fifth book in the Throne of Glass series and began right where we left Aelin in Queen of Shadows. We follow Aelin as she, yet again,…

[REVIEW] Upside of Unrequited

First off, I would love to say that this is one of my favorite books that I have ever read. Such a sugar sweet romance with many heart wrenching, jealously driven, and homey moments. It’s a great read for anyone just getting around 16/17. That graduating age and moving on to the next parts of…

[REVIEW] Making Friends

It has been a very long time since I have ever received an ARC of a graphic novel! I used to receive them at old NYCC but now they’re very few and far between! This is a great middle school book about what it is like going on to the next grade and not being…