Missing Review

Missing Review

Who doesn’t love a good villain in a book?  I love Kelley Armstrong’s supernatural books, so when I spotted this new mystery by her I knew I had to read it. The story is about this town in Kentucky where teens are going missing and as it goes on you unravel the mystery of what… Read More »

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13 Reasons Why – Book & Show Discussion

13 Reasons Why – Book & Show Discussion

I listened to the audiobook of 13 Reasons Why probably around 2-3 years ago. I didn’t review it because I just kind of felt meh about it. I’m pretty sure I just rated it 3 stars on Goodreads. I hate to say but I feel like it kind of glorified suicide. I mean, YES, the… Read More »

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Castaways Review

Castaways Review

Castaways is definitely a different kind of story! There is an island that kids and teenagers end up on after running from something in their lives. The main character Olive is brutually bullied (I was quite angry for her it was really intense!) and she ends up on the island as such an insecure girl…. Read More »

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Books I Read in One Sitting

Books I Read in One Sitting

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by the Broke and The Bookish. Top Ten Books I Read in One Sitting. Samantha’s top ten I actually reallyyyy like sitting down and reading a book cover to cover. It is hard finding the time to make it happen but it is my favorite way to read books. Most… Read More »

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The Bone Witch Review

The Bone Witch Review

The Bone Witch has such an intriguing fantasy world – it is a bit odd and dark (at times confusing!), but the cool thing is it’s not like anything I’ve ever read! I think what makes The Bone Witch stand out is the unique plot and magic system. It is seriously so intricate and unique!… Read More »

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The Inexplicable Logic of My Life Review

The Inexplicable Logic of My Life Review

Benjamin Alire Saenz has such a unique and beautiful writing style that I think people will either love or hate, it can seem pretty choppy at times. But I personally LOVE his writing style it just makes the characters seem so real and genuine. He is also so good at writing characters that are different… Read More »

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Most Intimidating Books

Most Intimidating Books

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by the Broke and The Bookish, and this week’s topic is most intimidating books. TTT is currently on a hiatus, so I picked out a missed topic to do instead. So let’s get to it! Samantha’s Top Ten 1. LES MISERABLES Mostly big books don’t bother me, but Les Miserables… Read More »

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Rebel Spring Mini Review

Rebel Spring Mini Review

***I will do my best to discuss without spoilers. Read on with caution!    Rebel Spring is the second book in the Falling Kingdoms and let me sum it up: I am addicted to this series The twists and turns are stressful in a good way I love all the characters even the evil villain  I am… Read More »

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The Radius of Us Review

The Radius of Us Review

If you are looking for a book that deals with diverse characters and situations than I think this book is it! I love LOVE how The Radius of Us adds diversity. One of the best things about this book I think is the diverseness (is that a word haha?) seems real. The main characters have… Read More »

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Falling Kingdoms Review

Falling Kingdoms Review

Falling Kingdoms is one of those books that really took me by surprise. Which is always the best thing ever. This book has been sitting on a shelf collecting dust and lookin’ sad but I finally decided to pick it up. Andddd I’m glad I did because it is my new ya fantasy obsession.  So… Read More »

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