Review

Heartless

“But hoping,” he said, “is how the impossible can be possible after all.” Marissa Meyer’s Lunar Chronicles quartet is one of my favorite series, so it’s no surprise that I have been highly anticipating her new standalone Heartless from the moment I first heard about it. And Heartless doesn’t disappoint. All Catherine wants is to… Read More Heartless

Review

Ruined

Ruined is a strong start to what is sure to be an amazing trilogy. Tintera manages to have just the right balance of action, romance, and revenge to keep you glued to the pages. For the past year, Em has been planning and preparing for the moment when she can get her revenge against the… Read More Ruined

Review

Liars, Inc

It all starts with one little lie… Liars, Inc is exactly what the title suggests it is – a tale of lies, betrayal, and twists like no other. Especially considering it’s a young adult novel, Liars, Inc is especially grim and dark, which made me adore it even more. When Max’s best friend Preston asks… Read More Liars, Inc

Review

All the Bright Places

The thing I realize is that it’s not what you take, it’s what you leave. I’ll admit it flat out – I was incredibly suspicious of this book. The Fault in Our Stars meets Eleanor and Park? That’s a pretty hefty marketing comparison to pull, and I suppose you can’t blame me for being wary.… Read More All the Bright Places

Review

Heir of Fire

There is so much hype around Sarah J Maas and so much love for her books, but for some reason I never enjoy her books as much as everyone else seems to. Heir of Fire is no exception. If you remember, Crown of Midnight ends with Chaol sending Celaena to Wendelyn – the only place… Read More Heir of Fire

Review

Falling Into Place

Falling into Place by Amy Zhang is an incredibly well-done debut, and Amy Zhang has definitely met my expectations with this. A mash-up of Gayle Forman’s If I Stay and Lauren Oliver’s Before I Fall, Falling into Place brews with emotion and sensitivity. Falling into Place isn’t necessarily a new story, but it’s powerful and… Read More Falling Into Place