Burnt Out on Books?

I think it happens to the best of us. One second, we’re reading every book in a particular genre… and the next second, you simply can’t. This is exactly what happened to me and Dystopian Books. For the longest time, I claimed Dystopia to be my favorite genre. I lived, breathed, and most importantly, read Dystopia novels,... Continue Reading →

Review: The Choice by Allison J. Kennedy

I’ve recently gotten myself into a bit of a realistic/contemporary fiction obsession. Where I once filled my shelves and wish lists with the newest Dystopian/Scifi/Fantasy/Paranormal novels, I’m now starting to find myself drawn to these realistic novels with real-world problems and tearjerking moments (not to say that I’m done with the other genres!) I received... Continue Reading →

Review: Afterworlds by Scott Westerfeld

Do you ever find yourself splitting your attention between two equally awesome and compelling novels, and then scolding yourself for it? Well, with Afterworlds, there’s no reason to scold yourself! There are two stories included in one book, both of different genres. Afterworlds tells the story of Darcy, the girl who writes the novel, Afterworlds,... Continue Reading →

Review: Butter by Erin Jade Lange

I wasn’t sure what I was getting myself into when I started this book yesterday. The title intrigued me, and the synopsis even more. I started reading between classes yesterday, and less than 24 hours later, I was done. Now, Butter kind of reads like a John Green novel. There’s wit, lessons, sass, and a... Continue Reading →

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