Review

"All Our Yesterdays"

Intelligently plotted with memorable characters & a superb romance, All Our Yesterdays is the time travel novel that I have been waiting for. It is hard to review because the story itself is so intricate and well thought-out, but I will certainly try my best to serve it justice. But it’s the last line that… Read More "All Our Yesterdays"

Review

Really Awesome Mess

Honestly, the inaccuracy of this book is appalling. The way the authors chose to portray Heartland Academy were so incredibly off it was – frankly – ridiculous. Hospitals and reform centers like this are not warm and fuzzy places where people fall in love and make friends, contrary to what Cook and Halpin seem to… Read More Really Awesome Mess

Review

Letters to Nowhere

I won’t hesitate to admit that I wasn’t exactly the biggest fan of Mrs. Cross’s Tempest. I think that’s probably why I was so hesitant to buy Letters to Nowhere – even though it sounded like the kind of story I’d love. Nonetheless, I did end up getting a copy, and it was evident there… Read More Letters to Nowhere

Review

"Shatter Me"

Killing time isn’t as difficult as it sounds. I can shoot a hundred numbers through the chest and watch them bleed decimal points in the palm of my hand. I can rip the numbers off a clock and watch the hour hands tick tick tick their final tock just before I fall asleep. I can… Read More "Shatter Me"

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Insurgent

People, I have discovered, are layers and layers of secrets. You believe you know them, that you understand them, but their motives are always hidden from you, buried in their own hearts. You will never know them, but sometimes you decide to trust them. I absolutely adored Divergent – flaws and all – so I… Read More Insurgent

Review

Found

Margaret Peterson Haddix’s Among the Hidden series is one of my favorite dystopian series because of how utterly thought provoking and eerily plausible it is; so I was curious to see what she was able to do with Found. And she certainly didn’t disappoint. It wasn’t there. Then it was. It’s Angela DuPre’s first day… Read More Found