Review: Light Years by Kass Morgan (Light Years #1)

Review: Light Years by Kass Morgan (Light Years #1)

Light Years by Kass Morgan was great! I loved the idea of the story and the synopsis. However, I’ll admit, I was skeptical that the story would work with four points of view. Morgan surprised me and interwove the POVs in a way that smoothly propels the plot. She also created a diverse group of characters, which I […]

Review: Analiese Rising by Brenda Drake

Review: Analiese Rising by Brenda Drake

I thoroughly enjoyed Brenda Drake’s Library Jumpers series. (If you haven’t read that series yet, I highly recommend it!) So I was more than excited to have the opportunity to read her upcoming release Analiese Rising. Analiese Rising follows Analiese or Ana for short who unknowingly has the powers to raise the dead and turn them into […]

Review: Nearly Found by Elle Cosimano (Nearly Gone #2)

Review: Nearly Found by Elle Cosimano (Nearly Gone #2)

I finally read Nearly Found by Elle Cosimano, the follow up to Nearly Gone. Nearly Gone was one of my favorite reads in 2014 when it was released. I remember recommending it as a bookseller. & I was HIGHLY anticipating reading Nearly Found. (By the way, you can check out my review for Nearly Gone on my Goodreads page.) Fast […]

Review: What You Hide by Natalie D. Richards

Review: What You Hide by Natalie D. Richards

What You Hide by Natalie D. Richards was the first book in a long while that I read in a single day. I loved delving into the relationship between Spencer and Mallory. I didn’t find it as thrilling as I hoped it would be; however, it was still quite the page-turner. What You Hide does touch […]

Review: All the Crooked Saints by Maggie Stiefvater

Review: All the Crooked Saints by Maggie Stiefvater

Maggie Stiefvater’s All the Crooked Saints was very unique. It’s about the miracles the Soria family perform, the pilgrims that come for miracles, and a boy that has come to work for the Soria family in exchange for a box truck. To start off, All the Crooked Saints has the very typical Maggie Stiefvater writing style, which […]