More Than This – Guest Book Review My rating: 4.5/5 Genre: Young Adult Length: 480 pages A boy drowns, desperate and alone in his final moments. He dies. Then he wakes, naked and bruised and thirsty, but alive. How can this be? And what is this strange deserted place? As he struggles… Read More More Than This – Book Review
Author: E. Paige Burks Book title: Return to Gexalatia Genre: YA Fantasy Publish date: March 10, 2019 Blurb: Nyx Estrella, a girl who thought she was from Earth, has finally made it to Gexalatia. She thought she was prepared, but Gexalatia is much more foreign and dangerous than she could have ever imagined. Jet, her teacher and… Read More Return to Gexalatia – Blog Tour
She pushed her sunglasses on top of her head and leaned back. She took several shots of herself. Yep, this was definitely the best swimsuit she’d owned. She took pics until she found the perfect one and added the words “Life’s a beach” scrawled across it. She took off her cover-up, feeling slightly self-conscious,… Read More Snapped – Book Quote Corner
Title: The Falconer’s Apprentice Author: Malve von Hassell Genre: YA / Historical fiction The Falconer’s Apprentice is a coming-of-age novel that follows the journey of a young man named Andreas, who has only known life inside the walls of Castle Kragenberg as an apprentice to a falconer. When a falcon named Adela is… Read More Editorial Review – The Falconer’s Apprentice
Author: Sidney Mazzi Book title: The Art of Hunting Humans: A Radical and Confronting Explanation of the Human Mind Genre: Satire / Psychology Publish date: Feb 5th 2019 Blurb: Imagine there was an evil alien society that had this bizarre interest in hunting humans for leisure. Now, imagine they prepared a full guide to teach… Read More The Art of Hunting Humans – Blog Tour
The Winter Knife – Guest Post Book Review My rating: 4 of 5 stars Good YA literature will stay with me long after I am finished with it, even as an adult. I would have been in the prime target audience for this book when I was a teenager, and I would… Read More The Winter Knife – Book Review
*Guest review post contributed by Ahouseofbooks* The Life of a Banana by PP Wong. When her mother dies in a freak accident, our 12-year-old narrator Xing and older brother Lai Ker move in with their domineering grandmother, disabled uncle, and wannabe-actress aunt.