The Immortal Rules by Julie Kagawa *Alexa’s Review*

I have read some of Kagawa’s Iron Fey books and have enjoyed those but thought they were a little lacking in that extra something special. So I decided it was time to try other things by her to see if she could capture my attention. I have to say this book wasn’t what I was expecting. I was thinking this was going to be just […]

Lies We Tell Ourselves by Robin Talley *Stephanie’s Review*

I’ve been interested in Lies We Tell Ourselves by Robin Talley since I first read the synopsis a few years ago. There just aren’t a lot of books written about the years between the end of WWII and contemporary fiction. I think it’s why I enjoyed The Help so much. Reading about Civil Rights and events such as Virginia schools being forced to integrate really […]

Let’s Get Lost by Adi Alsaid *Stephanie’s Review*

Ah! I struggled so much with Let’s Get Lost by Adi Alsaid! It took me nine days to get through it all. That’s a long time for me anymore. I wasn’t really motivated to read it either. I was so mad at the book community for awhile. I remember this book being hyped and I couldn’t understand why there was so much love for this […]

Pawn by Aimee Carter *Bianca’s Review

I rarely take notes of my thoughts until right before I write my review but with Pawn I found myself making a Pro/Con list while I read so it seemed only fitting to keep my review in that format. Pros * Pawn felt like a combination of various other Dystopians I have read but in a good way. It still had its own interesting concepts. […]

Review: Pawn by Aimee Carter

Pawn by Aimee Carter is a dystopian young adult novel set in Washington D.C. I will admit that I primarily read Pawn because I liked the cover. The synopsis drew me in further. Plus I had read and enjoyed a few of Carter’s Goddess Test novels. I really liked Kitty Doe. I may not be able to identify with her situation but she is a […]