Title: To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before Author: Jenny Han Published: April 15th 2014 by Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers Genre: Young Adult, Contemporary, Romance My Rating: 4/5 “Love is scary: it changes; it can go away. That’s the part of the risk. I don’t want to be scared anymore.” Advertisements
My Rating: 4 leaky reactors Publisher: Random House Received from: Publisher, via NetGalley Available for purchase: Amazon Andria Williams’s first novel reads like a mix between Mad Men and Army Wives, with the looming threat of a nuclear meltdown simmering beneath it all. It’s a dazzling debut and a gripping read.
Natalie’s Getting Married By author – Rosa Temple My Review: This is the second of Rosa’s books I’ve read and, I LOVED it! Rosa’s books are lighthearted, fun and funny, and I felt like her second book was even better than her first! Her writing is pleasant, the characters are likable and you are… Read More Natalie’s Getting Married – Book Review
Author: William Ritter Pages: 299 Published: September 16th 2014 This book claimed to mix Sherlock Holmes and Buffy the Vampire Slayer. So of course, I had to pick it up! I don’t read a lot of mysteries, but this made me want to read more. It was so fun to read and I recommend… Read More Jackaby – Book Review
The Harvest is Chuck Wendig’s third installment in his Heartland series. If you haven’t read the first book, Under an Empyrean Sky or the second Blightborn, you might want to check out the links to my reviews of those, as there are spoilers to the first two books below.
It’s 1924 and the race to summit the world’s highest mountain has been brought to a terrified pause by the shocking disappearance of George Mallory and Sandy Irvine high on the shoulder of Mt. Everest. By the following year, three climbers–a British poet and veteran of the Great War, a young French Chamonix guide,… Read More The Abominable – Book Review
Synopsis: Marie-Laure lives with her father in Paris near the Museum of Natural History, where he works as the master of its thousands of locks. When she is six, Marie-Laure goes blind and her father builds a perfect miniature of their neighborhood so she can memorize it by touch and navigate her way home.