I’m about to start university again, so I’m thanking past me for writing a lot of book reviews. Will they be enough to get me through the semester? Only time will tell. However, this is a very good book and you should definitely read my review thx. Continue reading “A Girl Like that: Diverse but how gritty is too gritty?”
(Why relevant, you ask? Because I’m leaving home and going back to university and all of that tomorrow ahhhhh). Anyway, I got on a bit of a YA Contemporary kick in january, and This Adventure Ends was one of the good ones 🙂
Continue reading “This Adventure Ends\\Title accidentally relevant to my life rn”
It’s been ages since I did any mini reviews, but look at me spicing up my blogging life lol. Continue reading “Mini reviews: Hello World and Untidy Towns”
This book was not what I expected. I guess I vaguely skimmed the synopsis when it came out, then placed a hold on it and got it some weeks later, then didn’t read it, then waited weeks more for my hold to come through and finaaaaaallly read it a few weeks ago. Anyway, it turns out that it is not a high fantasy about an innkeepers daughter (which is good because I’m going to write that book) but instead an urban not-quite-fantasy about a girl living in a small town (as I found out from another reviewer, in the eighties) that she wants to leave.
Hey Virtually readers! I know Shanti already reviewed this, but I’m very tired and running out of reviews, so find out what I thought about Foolish Hearts here.
Continue reading “Review: Foolish Hearts”
Title: City of Saints and Thieves
Author: Natalie C. Anderson
Genre: YA Contemporary (but very dark, with mystery/thriller aspects thrown in)
Themes: Refugees and refugee culture, family, violence, gang culture
Hey virtually readers! I’m so sorry I didn’t post until now this week, although here we are and it’s okay. I was away from internet but I didn’t know it was going to happen so I didn’t schedule anything whoops.
Continue reading “Review: Words in Deep Blue”
Ps: This is a pre written review. I’ll be back to proper posting and commenting and such in November. Continue reading “Review: Black Dove, White Raven”
Rebel of the Sands betrayed me. Which is funny, because there is a lot of deception in the story itself. My edition ended at 75% and the rest was just samples from the sequel and other YA novels. It was highly entertaining, with vibrant characters, intense action, and a intriguing fantasy world. Continue reading “Rebel of the Sands review”