Review

Invictus

I had extremely high hopes for Invictus because I’m a huge fan of time travel books and I absolutely adored Ryan Graudin’s previous novels. Unfortunately, though, Invictus was rather underwhelming. I just didn’t feel that it lived up to the high standard Graudin set with her Wolf by Wolf duology (which I absolutely loved). Invictus… Read More Invictus

Review

Passenger

Passenger has an amazing premise, but, unfortunately the execution – the writing specifically – just isn’t up to par with the creative concept. Etta Spencer is about to make her debut as a professional violinist when suddenly she is transported back in time. She learns that a secret time travel organization is holding her mother… Read More Passenger

Review

Unremembered

Unremembered by Jessica Brody was definitely an enjoyable and overall solid addition to the YA sci-fi genre, and – while certainly not perfect – it definitely seems to have a strong potential as a series, and provided me with an entertaining read nonetheless. Forgetting who you are is so much more complicated than simply forgetting… Read More Unremembered

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

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