an abundance of katherines.♡ there was no crying in this one, but there was quite a bit of math. i liked the characters and i think the book was very well written, despite what some of my friends think.
YA Book Review: Winterspell by Claire Legrand. I really enjoyed Winterspell. I liked this darker twist on the Nutcracker retelling! Once I started reading, I couldn’t put this down. Recommended for readers who enjoy fairy tale retellings. Genres - Fairy Tales, Fantasy, Historical Fiction, Romance, Young Adult - Stand Alone - 4 Stars. Click through to my blog to read the full review!
5 Stars. Futuristic Adventure. Book 3 of the "Hunger Games" trilogy. Surprising twists, and Katniss choses between Gale & Peeta. I loved the series to the end. Won't voice opinions for a while. Don't want to ruin what happens for others.
The first in a YA trilogy, rooted in Russian and Slavic myth, in which each new book is better than the one before. During a terrifying encounter on the magically-created Shadow Fold, quiet and passive Alina discovers her remarkable gift: she is a sun summoner. As she studies with the magical elite,
Severed Heads, Broken Hearts: ‘The Beginning of Everything’ by Robyn Schneider
Book Review: Need by Joelle Charbonneau - So, I liked Need. It is one of those books that I don't have much to say about. But I will try. Long story short, NEED is a social experiment of the students of Nottawa high school. Genre: Thriller, Mystery, Contempoary. Click through to read more.