6 05, 2017

Review: NOS4A2 by Joe Hill

By | Saturday, May 6, 2017|11 Comments

This story was such good fun. NOS4A2 features Victoria MacQueen as the female protagonist/heroine within a vampire-ish nightmare. But it isn't really about vampire. I know "what!" Read my description....or skip down to watch the author describe NOS4A2. Victoria starts with a unique ability to find lost things. She rides her bike, a [...]

5 12, 2016

Review: COMMONWEALTH by Ann Patchett

By | Monday, December 5, 2016|5 Comments

This story follows an epic family that has their story accidentally go public. COMMONWEALTH starts at the christening party for Franny. Bert invites himself to this party and kisses the mother, who is married to his cop colleague Fix. This act destroys two marriages but unites two families. Six kids grow up sharing [...]

30 11, 2016

Review: OF FIRE AND STARS by Audrey Coulthurst

By | Wednesday, November 30, 2016|7 Comments

Look at that cover. It's gorgeous! Ooh, the synopsis looks good. Yay, diversity in YA! Wait a minute, what is this? Ummm, this book wasn't what I thought it would be. OF FIRE AND STARS starts off without world building. Immediately, our two protagonists meet. Denna is betrothed to Mare's brother. Denna has [...]

10 10, 2016

Review: SPARE AND FOUND PARTS by Sarah Maria Griffin

By | Monday, October 10, 2016|14 Comments

This story was about a girl who wants to build herself a robot companion. In the far off future computers and technology are all gone. After some sort of virus/sickness, all of the computers were destroyed or disconnected. Nell is being raised by her crazy father, the inventor of so many artificial parts [...]

4 10, 2016

Review: DISRUPTION by Jessica Shirvington

By | Tuesday, October 4, 2016|4 Comments

Very good, very good! Disruption hooked me right away. This story takes place in a dystopian/sci-fi world where social rating is everything. Everyone wears an M-Band that displays their social love compatibility rating for you and anyone near you to see. This book had so much I love about dystopian YA: Protagonist that [...]

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