February 2019 Nostalgia Reads Round Up

Mary Anne’s Bad Luck Mystery by Ann M. Martin didn’t do a lot for me and I have to remind myself that I am a 34 year old woman reading books for tweens. The girls acted like such pre-teens and for some reason that got to me this time. I think it’s because it took Mary Anne an exaggeratedly long time to figure out what […]

Burned by Ellen Hopkins *Stephanie’s Review*

I have so many issues with Burned by Ellen Hopkins. Mostly I just don’t deal well with the harder aspects of life. I will do almost anything to avoid confrontation. I am a peace maker and people pleaser and therein lies my problem. Burned made me look at situation that aren’t Cleaver squeaky clean. Hopkins writes her novels in verse. Uncomfortable as I was with […]

Stephanie Reviews Uglies by Scott Westerfeld

Stephanie Reviews Uglies by Scott Westerfeld

Uglies by Scott Westerfeld was a fluke. It was a book that I had picked up largely based on the title alone. In an era where we outwardlytry so hard to not judge people for almost anything, a title like Uglies really jumps out at you. The first time I saw the book the title actually kind of made me mad. I didn’t check GoodReads […]

Lifelines by CJ Lyons *Lisa’s Review*

Lydia is having the worst first day. Ever. She is the new attending physician at Pittsburgh’s Angels of Mercy Medical Center and within hours of her first shift, loses one of her patients. As if that wasn’t bad enough, the patient just so happens to be the Chief of Surgery’s son. Now not only is her new job being threatened, but her whole career. Put […]

Lifelines by CJ Lyons *Lisa's Review*

Lydia is having the worst first day. Ever. She is the new attending physician at Pittsburgh’s Angels of Mercy Medical Center and within hours of her first shift, loses one of her patients. As if that wasn’t bad enough, the patient just so happens to be the Chief of Surgery’s son. Now not only is her new job being threatened, but her whole career. Put […]