American Royals (American Royals #1), Katharine McGee

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 Wish You All the Best, Mason Deaver

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, Emma Lord

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 →

The Hate U Give, Angie Thomas

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.

The Kissing Booth, Beth Reekles

I read The Kissing Booth after watching the Netflix movie, mainly because I find it interesting to compare novels to their film adaptions. In a rare outcome, I found the movie better than the book... even though the movie was only ok.

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