American Royals hit so many of my favourite things on the head I couldn’t help but love it even if I tried. This ensemble novel gives a taste of this amazing amazing cast and I’m all too keen for the sequel. The premise for the novel is really cool and honestly the reason I picked... Continue Reading →
I read this book for a book challenge prompt, to read something by or about a nonbinary person. In this case, this pick is both by and about a nonbinary person, the first I’ve read, and to me this is why I love these challenges so much. They encourage you to read, not necessarily out... Continue Reading →
Tweet Cute has popped up on a lot of anticipated books lists recently. And to be honest, that is all I knew about this book before I began it, other than the fact that the cover is super cute which always sucks me in. To my surprise it’s a YA novel – I haven’t read... Continue Reading →
Every young adult should read The Hate U Give and live Starrs life for a couple hundred pages and get to know what life might feel like from another point of view and maybe help to make the world a more compassionate place.
Leah on the Offbeat follows the story of Leah Bourke, Simon's best friend from the first book in the series, Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda. We know Leah as Simon's long time quirky but moody friend with a lot going on, though we never exactly find out what!
Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda follows the story of teenager Simon, who is coming to terms with his sexuality and how that fits in with his family, his friends and his school. Along the way Simon faces challenges of love, betrayal, heartache and loss of confidence as he fights his way through the ups and downs of growing up.